Complementing the joyful summer vibe in a bright kaleidoscope of colors, Chaumet launched new jewellery creations from its iconic collections, Liens and Hortensia, as precious second-skin talismans for elegant ladies. The imagery for the new items was created by American photographer Karen Collins who focused her lens on a Parisian swimming pool, capturing the allure of its Art Deco architecture, with graphic lines and pop art colors.
Hortensia Eden complements the naturalistic collection with a line dedicated to vividly-hued natural stones. Ultra-feminine mini-watches offer a palette of dazzling colors with malachite, turquoise, lapis lazuli, mother-of-pearl and pink opal dials, which can be paired with an array of lizard-skin or satin straps in powder pink, fuchsia, green, blue and orange, according to the mood of the moment. These jewellery timepieces go well day or by night, and match perfectly with precious jewellery pieces: delicate between-the-fingers rings, pendants and ear-studs.
A delightful addition to the existing Hortensia collection, the five new pieces of the Hortensia Astre d’Or line with its rounded contours -a sautoir necklace, a bracelet, a pendant, a pair of long earrings and a ring- that celebrate Empress Josephine’s passion for flowers, combine brushed rose gold and diamond pavé-setting.
A playful promise of halcyon days, the Jeux de Liens creations are enriched with new colors: chrysoprase and pink opal set on rose gold, white and grey mother-of- pearl set on white gold, and sparkling versions featuring pavé-set diamonds on white or rose gold. The vibrant pieces are all ready for a game of mix and match, and each is available as a double-chain bracelet or pendant necklace. Discreet, feminine and iconic, these second-skin jewels are the universal symbols of the loving ties between two souls.