Symbolic by vocation, intimate by definition, the jewel must be chosen in harmony with the character of the one who wears it and the spirit of her outfit on D-Day.
She walks without looking behind her and commits herself as she would go on a journey. The optimistic fiancée opts for a voluminous and cheerful gown that she adorns with a diamond necklace, like the Sparkling Cluster, a model in which each flower is made of pear-cut and brilliant diamonds. Signed Harry Winston, it illuminates his already solar face.
Her gaze is inspired and her loose hair floats a wreath of flowers. The romantic lover loves discreet accessories that reflect the purity of her feelings, such as the Lotus Cluster ring delicately illuminating her hand.
Attentive to the fall of a garment and to the smallest detail, from the material to the finishes, the sophisticated bride gives the final touch to her outfit with a pair of “sparkling” earrings. For example, she opts for those from the Pirouette collection from the Harry Winston house. Combining 16 marquise-cut diamonds and 2 brilliants, their very couture spirit fits it like a glove.
Always impeccable, the future wife, with a determined approach and structured dress, does not bother with jewelry. She prefers to dress her wrist with a sober and elegant watch like the Emerald model. Set with diamonds, it can be worn on a satin or Milanese mesh bracelet depending on the mood.