Art Déco is Multiwear in the Boucheron High Jewelry Collection

Boucheron's savoir-faire gives life to a new collection that brings the Roaring Twenties to life through contemporary “multiwear”pieces

"A History of Style, Art Déco", Boucheron's new high jewelry collection, stands out for its sophisticated preciousness, which expresses the masterful ability to tell opulence through pure lines and a particularly rigorous aesthetic. Claire Choisne, Creative Director, delved into Maison Boucheron’s Art Deco archives, to celebrate the spirit of the Roaring Twenties. The different sets in the collection bring to life the radical simplicity of a time when Parisian women asserted their femininity wearing masculine garments, showing off necklines, high-waisted trousers, long necklaces and short hair. That era of extravagance, in which style was a question of attitude, is revisited in a contemporary key, through jewels created in an engineering way to be "multiwear". A necklace, for example, turns into a tie and holds an exclusive emerald in the center that can also be worn as a brooch. A long ribbon is a real genderless accessory, which can be worn both as a men's belt over a tuxedo, as well as a women's headband or collar; a ring comes with a removable element that can also be used as a bow tie on a men's suit or as a hair clip. And yet, a showy plastron, inspired by the Boucheron necklaces created for the Maharaja of Patiala, is able to transform into a choker and a bracelet.

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