Channel your inner earth goddess with precious jewels inspired by flowers and nature.
Fickle as fashion may be, some trends never grow old. This year’s bounty of botany-inspired fine jewellery and timepieces gives every plant lady (myself included) much reason to rejoice. For the lover of all things floral and green, here’s a round-up of the most stylish nature-inspired accessories that deserve a forever home in your dresser.
Louis Vuitton B-Blossom
First bloomed in 1896 as part of Louis Vuitton’s monogram, the iconic star blossom takes centre stage in this stunning jewellery collection. The extensive B.Blossom range includes rings, bracelets, cuffs, pendants and chain necklaces, but the statement pieces are surely the rings – all seven renditions feature the star-shaped floral motif atop an orb crafted from yellow and pink gold or precious gems such as diamonds, malachite, onyx, pink opal, and white agate. Of the seven, three handsome signet rings will definitely appeal to collectors of chunky rings.
Dior Rose des Vents
With the eight-pointed compass rose as the central motif, the Dior Rose des Vents collection is a nod to Monsieur Christian Dior’s favourite flower and a symbol of the brand’s creative journey.
Embodying elegance and femininity, Chanel’s fine jewellery perfectly capture the exquisite beauty of the Camellia. The Pétales de Camélia ring traces the gentle curves of the flower’s soft petals in thread-like gold while Extrait de Camélia features a dainty stylised miniature bloom in rose gold. A sparkly diamond sits in the centre of both pieces.
Piaget – Gala and Possession
As green as the lush forests of La Côte-aux-Fées where Georges Piaget founded his watchmaking business, malachite is the gemstone featured in many Piaget creations, such as in the dial of the 2019 Limelight Gala watch and the cabochons of the Possession bangle, as pictured above.
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