Luxury brands have recently released their newest high jewelry collections that all feature unique, extravagant pieces—each with their own distinctive story and purpose. We’ve rounded up highlights from these new collections that are worth admiring and appreciating, even if the screen is the closest we can get to these masterpieces.
Bulgari Giardino Dell’Eden: The Garden of Wonders
Bulgari’s new Garden of Eden-inspired high jewelry collection puts a lighthearted twist on the Garden of Eden’s sinister creature, the snake, and reimagines the brand’s recognizable Serpenti design with lush florals and petals.
The collection’s highlight is the Dell’Eden Tourbillon watch that features a cuff with a detachable brooch adorned with jeweled foliage, flowers and butterflies, evoking a rich Mediterranean garden scene. The piece’s 6,500 stones total 223 carats and includes a cabochon Paraiba, emeralds, garnets, pink tourmalines, opals, rubies, multicolor sapphires and diamonds.
Cartier Beautés du Monde
Cartier’s new Beautés du Monde collection showcases an array of exquisite jewels that are testament to the beauty of the world.
Highlights from the collection include the Dodone necklace, a white gold necklace featuring five large Ethiopian emeralds totaling 86.92 carats surrounded by smaller emeralds and brilliant cut diamonds; and the Mizuchi ring, a platinum band featuring a 4.96-carat cabochon-cut tourmaline stone from Mozambique, emeralds, onyx and brilliant-cut diamonds.
Chanel’s new 1932 high jewelry collection celebrates 90 years since the founder’s first and only high jewelry collection, Bijoux De Diamants. Inspired by the same celestial theme of Chanel’s original creations, The Allure Céleste is this collection’s centerpiece.
The diamond necklace reflects the movement of the night sky with its long tail of assorted diamonds, a crescent moon that cradles a blue 55.55 carat sapphire and a comet with an 8.02 carat pear-shaped diamond center.
Chopard Red Carpet Haute Joaillerie
Chopard is celebrating 25 years of sponsoring the Cannes Film Festival with its Red Carpet Haute Joaillerie collection. The high jewelry pieces are inspired by many iconic films, including Titanic and My Fair Lady.
Stunning highlights from this collection include the Out of Africa necklace, which features a large medallion embellished with yellow and white diamonds that can be worn as a brooch; the To Catch a Thief diamond necklace that features a 13.69 D-grade diamond centerpiece; and a pink sapphire ring set in 18-karat gold that resembles rose petals.
The new high jewelry collection Graffabulous from Graff is inspired by the women of ancient mythology.
Graff’s high jewelry necklaces feature the Goddess of the Sun crafted with 73.15 carats of pear-shape yellow diamonds and 74.52 carats of pear-shape white diamonds that form into 22.08 carat yellow diamond pear-shape drop. Within the spectacular collection of rings is The Goddess of the Sea ring which features a 38.13 carat Type lla diamond, an ancient gem known for its transparency.
Louis Vuitton Bravery
Bravery, Louis Vuitton’s newest high jewelry collection, honors Vuitton’s courage and bravery that led to his creation of the iconic trunk.
The Le Multi Pin necklace is a vibrant statement piece that presents three perfectly aligned rows of colorful diamonds around a translucent 42.42 carat blue African Tourmaline that perfectly balances the piece’s color palatte. Meanwhile, the Le Magnétisme necklace features two rows of orange and yellow tourmalines that come together to form a signature Loui Vuitton “V” just above a suspended 20.29-carat Sapphire from Sri Lanka.