Serial collection, offbeat chords, graphic audacity … Review of our favorites which will outline the strong wedding trends of the season.
If the perfection of its diamonds has sometimes given De Beers a classic aura, it is now on the side of neo-worn that the British house is venturing. Or a series of playful rings with a minimalist outline like “Horizon”, a first earring offered as a unique piece and a desire to play with its different solitaires to create inspired mix & match. You can choose from the perfect match between two gold colors of the same design for the “DewDrop” collection or a series accumulation, which combines the natural beauty of “Talisman” rough diamonds with the graphic brilliance of a cut. shiny or emerald.
If the openwork cage frame has enlivened the work of Charlotte Dauphin de la Rochefoucauld since her very first creations in 2014, it is the intention behind this double line of diamond settings that caught our attention. A crossover between linear rigor on one side and a clever hybrid of brown or white diamonds to underline the impact of passing time and redefine the contours that were thought to be eternal.
If her first creations gave pride of place to the magnetic facets of baguette-cut diamonds, it is now for another cutting game that Baylee Zwart, the creator of Azlee, has propelled her engagement rings into orbit. Asymmetrical or ultragraphic cuts, diamond, shield or triangle style, which invite to plunge the gaze into the infinity of this precious kaleidoscope.
For the kickoff of her high jewelry presentation last June in Paris, it is armed with a series of high-end hybrid pieces and emeralds with ethical green lights that the designer Ana Khouri has made her entry into the collection. Haute Couture Fashion Week. Alongside these masterpieces, his essential minimalist ear cuffs with doubled volumes and entirely paved with diamonds. A ring that we also found affixed on the skin in neo engagement rings with nicely off-center diamonds.
At the head of her very young Parisian jewelry house Statement, Amélie Huynh for a time abandoned all silver in which she forged her signet rings and sharp rings to give shape to an aerial setting in white gold. A sketch of Toi & Moi punctuated by a half-moon diamond, with perfectly cut edges with a well-felt graphic laser stroke.
Barely arrived and already cast by the concept store Dover Street Market, the two Brazilian designers of Prasi, Helena Sicupira and Mariana Prates, give a new breath of life to the allure volume of the signet ring, which blends with the radiance of the traditional lonely.
After the success of his first variation on the all white diamond, Fernando Jorge doubles the bet with “High Brilliant Galaxy”, the second part of this jewelry saga initiated in 2017. This time, the volumes are cut in negative in the white gold and lines of diamonds assembled by diameter to weave a pretty, precious canvas on the skin.
Gaya de garnazelle
When the designer of Garnazelle, Céline Rivet, adapts the codes of her inspired and poetic universe to the demands of the bridal, the result is in her image, airy, with a shower of brilliant-cut diamonds nestled between the gold beads that shape her signature .
In tassel, this is the credo displayed by the Japanese duos of Hum, Yuka Inanuma and Tomohiro Sadakiyo, to decenter the eternal lonely and make it a very fashionable ring. Most ? Ethical commitment with a shower of synthetic diamonds supplied by Diamond Foundry exclusively for Dover Street Market.