Neo-worn, tailor-made, daring associations or iconic models … An overview of these wedding rings and engagement rings that will attract all eyes in this new year.
In the wake of the stainless manila bracelet, in vogue since its creation in 1966, Fred’s Force 10 unveils, this season, another facet of its range. Or a nice set of thin rings to wear in series, subtly offset to let shine this contrast between braided cable and luminous paving.
A series of sweet words engraved with naivety and simplicity in yellow gold and punctuated with diamonds … Enough to seduce unconditional fans of the cult Dior Oui ring, a bestseller bearing the malicious signature of Victoire de Castellane which had won the prize. setting in the early 2000s.
Appeared on our radar in 2019 with her UFO finery which dressed the face with precious tears, Camille Moncomble stands out again this season with a piece of rare poetry. A reflection on emptiness and fullness, a touch of wabi-sabi, a future to build … So many perspectives and thoughts that come to mind when faced with this confusing and divisive jewel. Mission accomplished, the charm works instantly.
After the success of her solitaire, stitched with a clip to switch in the blink of an eye from a ring to an earring, the designer Stéphanie D’heygere turns these rings into a collector’s bracelet, which folds over itself. – even to be slipped with malice on all fingers.
If Ana Khouri’s ultra-modern cut diamonds invariably catch the limelight, her wedding proposal catches our attention for 2020. A minimalist ring of radically full-bodied proportions to dispense with the superfluous. To be chosen in a monolithic block or slightly curved to follow the curves of the hand.
This is the comeback of early 2020. Reimagined in ear cuffs, precious bracelets or hypnotic double-headed rings, the Panther star of the Cartier house is also available in fine mini-rings at essential price and volume.
Flashback. It was in 2017 and Atelier Swarovski celebrated in Cannes its 10 years of creation by unveiling its first eponymous diamonds. Unique stones designed and developed in the laboratory, then mounted as solitaires or as classic charm Grand Soir earrings. Since then, the house has expanded its ethical offer by increasing the number of inspired collab’s and a trendy design, like this sleek model with a double star diamond.
By giving free rein to her creativity on her favorite playground, vermeil and silver, Charlotte Chesnais comes to spice up the greatest classic of jewelry: the engagement ring and its indispensable diamond. After a first system of well thought-out double rocking ring, it is a pretty gold buckle which comes to flesh out the sides of this essential alliance.
The star diamond drops from the house of De Beers have been shining on the skin for a decade now. All that remained was to be carried away by the inspiration of the moment to come and play with these precious crowns and forge a highly symbolic two-tone alliance.
Armed with her architectural mounts, Charlotte Dauphin de la Rochefoucauld tilts the center of gravity of the lonely people. bridal to redefine its contours. Or even replace them on a vertical axis as surprising as it is attractive.
The key to understanding the secret of these unique alliances? Lean towards the Morse code to decipher the graphic rhythm of these dashes and golden dots, hidden from the eyes of all.
If recently, Nourah Al Faisal, the creator of Nuun, had chosen to abandon the rhythm of seasonal collections, she has not stopped creating. This time, she now uses unique and inventive pieces, like this neo solitaire on the wire, where the pearly lights of this fine pearl are reflected in the purity of this half-moon diamond.
Golden claws, refined signet rings … At Vanrycke, the rings cultivate this solar charm that we want to wear high every day. New recruit, the Charlie model and its straight lines will nestle naturally at your fingertips.
We knew his fantasized bestiary where frogs pearled with gold came to entwine cabochons of raw magnetic stones. We now discover the bespoke Garnazelle and in particular the vintage charm of this model above where shine 8 carats of diamonds.
Pretty designer with gold hands nestled in the Parisian Marais, Sarah Appleton continues to adorn her collections with unique pieces with skilfully crafted minimalism. Our favorite ? This duo of cut stones perfectly articulated according to its signature technique of invisible setting.