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April 2021

Graphic jewellery

For spring, jewellers are going for playing with geometric lines. Their settings exuding no-frills radical modernity.


Chaumet. Minimalism.

Arcs shaped by different sized brilliant-cut diamonds. The white gold earrings from the Joséphine d'Aigrette collection light up an elegant bearing.


Dior.The laws of abstraction

Available in different colour metals — gold or steel — with different dials, the Gem Dior watch asserts an abstract-organic style. The yellow gold, diamond, and onyx version here.

Dinh Van. Cubic.

A minimalist interpretation of two geometric shapes, the round and the square, Le Cube Diamant creations combine simplicity and elegance. Girls-about-town can have fun stacking bracelets, set or not, in pink, yellow or white gold.


Tasaki. Epure

The iconic Balance collection, structured and minimalist, has continued to evolve. Pearls perfectly lined up on horizontal gold bars, symbolising harmony and balance, immortalised in new jewellery designs: necklaces, earrings, and rings.


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