Sweet stones, vitamin lacquer on solar gold… Spurred on by a handful of prominent designers, the traditional solitaire rebels with mischief for a decidedly fun and playful look.
Like a nature that would regain its rights, the electric solitaires of the young Italian designer slip evidently and repeatedly around the ring finger. An almost floral composition where a pop enamel gold accompanies the softly colored crystalline stone. Multi-awarded for her resolutely innovative creations, Bea Bongiasca has succeeded in imposing her new vision of jewelry, like this irresistible climbing design.
Placed in orbit the day after confinement, this very young label is taking the Parisian jewelry scene by storm with a generous and resolutely timeless design. The contemporary touch is however revealed in a mixture of materials and finishes worthy of the most informed. An already iconic link adorns this crystalline aquamarine here, whose soft symmetry offers a twist of solitaire 100% precious and labeled Fairmined.
Expertise, rare materials and architectural design … For more than 20 years, the designer of Thai origin, a graduate of the excellent Saint Martins School, has been keen to combine the legendary know-how of her native country with a totally contemporary vision . Just like this very solar micro-chain in 18-carat gold, full of Paraiba tourmaline in the magnetic lagoon.
Heir to a long family of Lebanese jewelers, Selim Mouzannar has the expertise of the gem in his blood. After his years of study spent between France and Belgium, it was in 1993 that he opened his first workshop. A tireless globetrotter, he did not deny his roots and settled in the heart of his native district in Beirut, from which he draws all his inspiration. Like the buds that unfold there, it adorns a warm gold purple rhodolite, the line of fir enamel in a natural setting to perfect a Gemma collection of rare optimism.
With her passion for colored gems tied to her body, it was after an internship at Chopard that Alice Fournier joined the GIA and then completed her training at the Louvre School before launching her own eponymous house. In line of sight, the Alba ring where the stone of your choice rests on a gold leaf engraved by hand.
Propelled to the top thanks to their neo-carabiner earring with electric accents, the Italian duo, formed by Romy Blanga and Chiara Capitani, today showcases their straightforward lines as a very pop solo. An almost protruding setting accented with a line of technicolor enamel for a bridal well in tune with the times.
Her vases with very feminine shapes are appearing more and more on Instagram and like the virality of her design objects, Anissa Kermiche is always looking for new shapes with which to play. An ultra-thin and adjustable chain makes this minty solitaire an emblem of second skin wear. Since 2016, each creation of the designer out of the Central Saint Martins marries the feminine and the sublime as if to underline her freedom.