Cover Supermodel Anja Rubik poses with the Boucheron collection (Photo: Boucheron)

Boucheron reinvents its signature collection while Chanel's cocktail rings make heads turn—this month's picks spell sophistication

Louis Vuitton

Francesca Amfitheatrof, the artistic director of jewellery and watches for Louis Vuitton, has reinvented the maison’s Empreinte collection that was first launched in 2004. The interlinked double Empreinte bracelet in 18-karat pink gold and diamonds is a beautiful addition to the coveted collection. 

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Boucheron

Boucheron has reimagined its signature high jewellery collections with oversized versions of the designs. The Jack de Boucheron bracelet is one of the most versatile pieces. Made of yellow gold and with a pavé diamond clasp, it can be wrapped around the wrist, arm, neck, hair or waist to suit any ensemble and occasion. 

Kavant & Sharart

Thailand-based fine jewellery designers Kavant & Sharart have unveiled a new collection inspired by the world of rock ’n’ roll. These 18-karat yellow gold double jacket enamelled earrings are set with blue sapphires and tsavorites, with a South Sea pearl at their core. They can be worn in multiple ways, reflecting the free-spirited nature of the musical genre.

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Chanel

Coco Chanel’s love for constellations has been given a new interpretation with Chanel’s Comet collection. The Comète Infinie ring is one to bookmark, with its 3.54-carat cushion-cut yellow diamond taking centre stage.

Chaumet

The Comets from the Sea ring, part of the Ondes de Merveilles de Chaumet collection, is a gorgeous blend of the ocean and heavens. Rows of pearls complement a 3.5-carat Padparadscha sapphire from Madagascar, along with brilliant-cut and fancy coloured diamonds.

Buccellati

The Profondo Blu cocktail ring is part of Buccellati’s vintage collection. A 10-carat cushion- cut sapphire dominates the nucleus of the ring, surrounded by ten brilliant-cut diamonds, all set on a base of white gold with openworked detailing.

 

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