A mix & match from inspired styles, prominent Art Deco influences to ultramodern approaches from young designers, to be sure to find the ideal ring.
As her fifteenth birthday approaches, Marie Poniatowski returns to her first love with a 2019 collection that condenses all her obsessions: divine crosses with curves merged into hoops, briolette-cut diamonds and above all this charm specific to old jewelry that she infuses in thread of her everyday jewelry. The ideal alternative to vintage rings, sometimes excessively patinated by time or too anchored in the codes of the time, the Gilda model and its graphic harmony of baguette-cut and brilliant diamonds to let an Art Deco touch shine on this second skin ring. To be found in the house’s e-shop, in the boutique on rue des Saints-Pères and, in a handful of months, in the second address of the Parisian designer, still confidential for the moment.
The Fashion Week ball barely finished, the house of Harry Winston prides itself on couture details and unveils a capsule of 6 engagement rings which sign the perfect harmony between fashion crafts and the haute joaillerie know-how of the New York house. Here, the squared perfection of an emerald-cut diamond which is doubled with a lace of marquise-cut diamonds. There, a shower of fine diamonds to weave a glittery outline in a big evening sequin dress. Our favorite ? The skilfully mastered asymmetry of this duo of marquise-cut diamonds, entwined in a graphic Toi & Moi.
If, lately, the House of Repossi have been playing tightrope by placing the weight of a cushion-cut diamond on the thread of its invisible Serti sur Vide frames, the latter reverses the balance of power with its new Blast collection. The concept ? Marrying the impeccable caratage of this center stone with the solar impact of a minimalist twist tube. A boost at your fingertips.
Thinner and more discreet, Mira rings condense in a more casual format the genius duality of the first Celestial Mechanics rings launched into orbit in 2015 by designer Elie Top. A single click is enough to tip the white gold capsule, which conceals this pompadour of diamonds and sapphires, revealing only a bright, magnetic and highly modern silver sparkle.
At the top of our list of desires, this yellow gold crossover signed by Berlin designer Ina Beissner. An architectural tourbillon that is very much in tune with the times, which only reveals the fires of this diamond cut according to the classic princess cut, coupled with the ascending arc of this ultra-thin ring.