Summer Trending: Jewellery Styles

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Every occasion calls for elaborate jewellery styling. And why not? Jewellery is trending like never before. Today we shortlist some of the most trending styles for you! Take a look at Wedding Affair’s picks for the summer trending jewellery.

1932 Necklace

jewelleryInspired by the fringe made popular in the Roaring Twenties, and embodying one of the original High Jewellery codes of Gabrielle Chanel, the necklace gleams with the light of more than 35 baguette-cut diamonds, and 535 brilliant-cut diamonds, while its supple construction and multiple layers create an effect that is thoroughly modern. The radical designs, which Gabrielle Chanel chose to exhibit in her private townhouse at 29 Faubourg Saint-Honoré, were comprised of five timeless themes, chosen to represent Coco Chanel’s lucky number: fringe, ribbon, feathers, the sun and stars — a mysterious constellation to mirror the mosaics on the floor of the orphanage at Aubazine, where Gabrielle Chanel spent her youth.

Sixteen Stone Ring

Jean Schlumberger’s visionary creations are among the world’s most intricate jewellery designs. Brilliant diamonds alternate with golden X’s to create this dazzling design. As one of the 20th century’s most gifted artists, Jean Schlumberger is renowned for his fantastical creations infused with wit and curiosity. With extraordinary gemstones as his palette, he transformed nature’s wonders into objects of mesmerizing beauty, and strong, sculptural designs into magnificent bejeweled statements—unrivaled in the world of jewelry design.

Cathedral Necklace

5 pear-shaped Colombian emeralds weighing a total of approximately 65.63 carats with 122 pear-shaped, baguette, and marquise diamonds weighing a total of 46.83 carats, set in platinum and 18K yellow gold.An impressive group of emeralds explores Harry Winston’s timeless tradition of creativity and partisanship in jewellery. Five beautifully matched pear-shaped emeralds are handset in an opulent necklace that celebrates the beauty synonymous with the House of Harry Winston. 

Hortus Deliciarum Earrings

jewelleryAlessandro Michele channels his curiosity and curatorial instinct into Gucci’s first high jewellery collection Hortus Deliciarum—Latin meaning ‘Garden of Delights’—scouting for the best stones to adorn his creations. Crafted by hand, some of the 200 pieces inspired by a mythical garden debuted in Gucci’s first high jewelry boutique on Place Vendôme in Paris—the epicenter for haute jewelry.

Royal Oak Self Winding Watch

Audemars Piguet’s encounter with British luxury fashion house Ralph & Russo provides an inspiring lens on the natural synergies between Haute Horlogerie jewellery and high-end fashion creations that combine bold designs with the technical precision of age-old skills.

Dedicated to time-honoured craftsmanship, creativity and reinvention, both brands consistently reinterpret and develop coveted skills to set pioneering trends within their industry, while bringing people together all over the world through the language of emotions.

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