Cover Jisoo wearing the Panthère de Cartier collection (Photo: Cartier)

Blackpink’s Jisoo looks splendid in Cartier’s Panthère de Cartier jewels, while Camille Razat flaunts Chopard’s My Happy Hearts Collection

Cartier

A note of caution: the new additions to the Panthère de Cartier collection may consume you with their fierce brilliance. The collection’s star piece is the Panthère jewellery watch in white gold and diamonds. A sparkling panther head bites into the diamond-encrusted bezel bars, concealing a clasp that can be unlocked by pressing the panther’s ears. The white gold version has the option of a diamond-set dial; rose gold and yellow gold versions of the novelty are also available.

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Ronald Abram

Ronald Abram’s collection of Kashmir sapphires now includes a 17.07 carat emerald-cut gem. This sapphire is classified as “royal blue” due to its impressive carat size and colour, making it a collector’s item. It comes from the Himalayas, where mining was permitted for a few years in the late 1800s, but is now prohibited. Not only is the stone rare because of this, but it is also considered a luxury because of its emerald cut.

Tiffany & Co

Tiffany’s 18-karat yellow, white and rose gold bracelets add a touch of effortless style to your everyday ensembles. The lock motif, inspired by Tiffany padlocks from the 1950s, has evolved over the last 20 years, appearing in many of the maison’s collections. This year, the bracelets feature an innovative new clasping mechanism reminiscent of a padlock. The metallic bracelets are available with or without diamonds, are gender neutral, and can be layered up or down depending on your vibe on any particular day.

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King Fook Jewellery

King Fook Jewellery’s edgy monotone collection is made up of black, grey and white diamonds on necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings that can be stacked or worn as standalone statements. Made of 18-karat white or rose gold in distinct styles, there’s enough variety to suit every sense of style and every occasion.

Graff

An immortal vow: Graff’s breathtaking promise setting has been reimagined to reflect the brilliance of love. The new silhouette embodies the curves of a tulip and minimises the metal surrounding the diamond, putting the latter centre stage. The side stones add a softness to the bezel and hide the claws that hold the rock in place.

Swarovski

There are autumnal vibes in Swarovski’s Harmonia collection for fall-winter 2022, with oversized cushion-cut crystals coloured in golden hues. Giovanna Engelbert, global creative director, has expanded on the brand’s signature design philosophy, infusing the pieces with a playful twist and offering a wide range of crystals for all ages and aesthetic sensibilities.

De Beers

The three rows of diamond- studded magic make De Beer’s Adonis Rose a statement-making classic on anyone who wears it, regardless of age or gender. Set in white gold, the diamonds measure 16.51 carats in total. The natural diamond piece was worn at the MTV Video Music Awards earlier this year by Lil Nas X, who accented the look with classic round- brilliant diamond studs, the Horizon ring by De Beers and an eternity band.

Chopard

With Chopard’s latest My Happy Hearts jewellery collection, less is more. The range is made of 18-karat rose or white gold and includes delicate pendants, chain bracelets, rings and earrings, all accented with a heart made of carnelian, mother- of-pearl or diamonds. Simple but stunning.

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