Jewellery designs for the Experimental


Are you trying to invest in a statement neckpiece for the wedding season? Well, the current style trends are mostly guided by the millennials and Gen-Zers. The same goes for jewellery trends. The young generation is experimental and hence ready to mix metals and add textures to their accessories. The gemstones combined with a variety of metals and textures are the culmination jewellery everyone is looking for this season. Peculiar motifs and unstructured, raw gemstones are in vogue and are here to stay. Wedding Affair picks some jewellery pieces that are sure to add oodles of charm to your outfits.

Chanel Lion Necklace


Gabrielle Chanel was born under the sign of Leo, her birthdate August 19, 1883. Like the lion, Mademoiselle was majestic, instinctive, radiant, powerful and fiercely protective of the things that were hers. In the necklace jewellery, one paw of the lion rests majestically on a diamond star, as though like Mademoiselle, it has the universe in its hand. If you peer carefully through the lion’s crystalline body, you see a constellation crafted from 18K gold, the celestial map of the Leo, the astrological sign of Mademoiselle. (Source: Chanel)

Van Cleef & Arpels secret des amoureux clip

Van Cleef & Arpels

Cupid, the well-known god of love from Roman mythology, invited the spectator to share a secret with a gesture meaning ‘shh!’. He appears here surrounded by his traditional symbols, perched on a heart-shaped rubellite of a pinkish purple hue. Intended to plant the seeds of love in the hearts of men and women, the bow – crafted from a twisted thread of gold – supports an opulent garland of pink and mauve sapphires, while the arrows are punctuated by pear-shaped and baguette-cut diamonds. Hence, this jewellery piece is for both bride and groom as a symbol of the new stamp of love. (Source: Van Cleef & Arpels)

Sparkling Cluster by Harry Winston

For more than 80 years, the House’s superlative jewellery designs have served as glittering expressions of cherished memories and breathtaking moments. This treasured tradition continues with a colourful rendition of a classic diamond staple from Harry Winston. The Sparkling Cluster Sapphire, Aquamarine and Diamond Necklace is a mesmerizing fine jewellery creation that features a unique medley of 25 round brilliant and pear-shaped sapphires weighing a total of approximately 4.45 carats, 23 round brilliant aquamarines weighing a total of approximately 2.80 carats, and 130 round brilliant and pear-shaped diamonds weighing a total of approximately 8.73 carats, set in platinum.

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