Stars, meteors, comets and planets: this time, you don’t need a telescope to admire the most brilliant constellations in the galaxy. All you have to do is break open our most dazzling chest of treasures to find an explosion of stars and planets: Colette‘s Estrelle bangle in white gold and diamonds, unconventional Solange Azagury-Partridge’s lunar ring or Diane Kordas‘ sparkling crescent moon-inspired diamond earrings. Stars have never shone as bright as Nessa’s 5-point pendant earrings or Morphée‘s amazing limited-edition ear cuff.
Designer Brooke Gregson’s snapshots of the sky explore the peculiarities of the zodiac and the constellations in her Astrology collection, giving her the role of trusted astrologist. Chanel is in a universe all its own: the 1932 collection recaptures the very first Haute Joaillerie collection designed by Madame Coco in 1932. It inspires dreams with 80 divine and extra-terrestrial pieces in gold, diamond, Australian pearls and blue sapphires.
Venturing further into our rare and precious galaxy, we find Suzanne Syz‘s sophisticated meteor necklace in titanium and diamond; Kimberly McDonald‘s earrings are the reflection of an entire universe outlined by rosette-cut diamonds; Sardo‘s romantic jewelled version of shooting stars as earrings that playfully alternate different lengths and a triple-finger ring in yellow gold, silver and white diamonds. If you see a falling star, don’t make a wish, try to catch it instead!
Text by the editorial staff
17 December 2013