Headband-earrings, python rings sold in pairs, and pearls that have had a rebirth. Details that make a difference
Wednesday, 09 October 2019,
by VO+ Magazine
This season celebrates a version of ready-to-wear high jewelry and a new vision of demi- ne jewelry with a magnetic allure. The three protagonists interpreted by this course make femininity and a desire to reconnect with nature their main goal. Each piece by the Brazilian designer Ana Khouri, who presented Harmony, her latest collection, at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris last July, expresses a strong desire to reconnect with the magic of nature through diamond and emerald jewelry showing great design innovation. From a “multi-task” chain earring, which continues on to decorate the head as if it were a headband, to a rigid choker and an explosion of briolette-cut stones that gracefully enwrap the ear. Showing a bolder side, inspired by the strength of the Ancient Greeks, Diane Kordas’ Armour is sold in pairs, available in python, diamond and sapphire ombre pavé, or all gold. A new look is making an impact on the world of pearls, thanks to the sensibility of Yana Nesper who picked up on a true need: to lead pearls into an innovative, yet always harmonious, easy-to-wear dimension.