From contemporary and abstract styles to elegant, vintage-inspired pieces, this season’s wave of high jewellery is inspired by nature and takes many forms. Explore Victoire de Castellane’s RoseDior collection, Tiffany & Co.’s breathtaking brooch, or simply peruse MOJEH‘s very-own edit of the most show-stopping high jewellery on offer this spring.
A Rose(Dior) By Any Other Name
Ten years after her Bal des Roses collection, Victoire de Castellane is once again drawing on Monsieur Dior’s infatuation with the roses of his childhood garden in Normandy for the House’s latest high-jewellery collection, RoseDior. Reinterpreting the romantic bloom with textured stone-paved petals and thorny stems, each piece comes sprinkled with colour and includes a pink gold necklace with a diamond rose that can be unclipped and worn as a brooch, rings that come bursting with verdant tsavorites, and delicate earrings sparkling with emerald-cut diamond buds. Totalling 54 pieces, the collection is as feminine as it is fabulous. dior.com
Force Of Nature
Rewriting the rules of high jewellery this season with its new Blue Book collection, Colors of Nature, Tiffany & Co.’s latest creations celebrate the mesmerising rainbow of colours that can be discovered in the natural world. Known for his hyper-bright, nature-inspired designs, Jean Schlumberger is the creative force behind the collection. This 18k yellow gold dragonfly brooch is brought to life with custom-cut multicolour sapphires totalling more than 39 carats, and more than five carats of mixed-cut diamonds set in a honeycomb pattern. Reminiscent of the symmetry found in these magical winged creatures, it will breathe new life into any iftar outfit. tiffany.com
In Full Bloom
Be it adorning yourself in elegant florals or putting your personality on display with eclectic animal themes, MOJEH’s cherry-picked edit is in full bloom.
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