Our favourites for October!

Between Paris Fashion Week, press meetings and a trip to Los Angeles for our editor-in-chief, the last few weeks have been very busy (and you know we love that!). The editorial staff has spotted for you the latest fashionable pieces to wear this fall!

Author By Justine Dupont-Martin

Piaget reinvents the Possession collection

Since the creation of the Possession collection in 1990, Piaget has constantly reinvented its iconic design. This year, the House has associated its flagship aesthetic signature with Possession: the “Décor Palace” – a guilloché technique most often used in its watch designs. Between refinement and everyday wear, this collection has not finished surprising us!

Possession ring with Palace decoration in pink gold set with 45 brilliant cut diamonds – Piaget
Boucheron continues its commitment to sustainable development
Jack Boucheron Ultimate Fine Jewellery Collection – Boucheron

Last September, during Paris Fashion Week, the media discovered a new material, Colafit – a material derived from the recycling of industrial waste. It took months of research and development to cut and polish Colafit into the faceted shape of the Jack motif.

Claire Choisne, the artistic director of the House of Boucheron, has signed five unique pieces for this new “Jack Boucheron Ultime” high jewellery collection – a true stroke of creative genius.

Crush: The new Viltier Edge collection


Bague Edge – Maison Viltier

Once again the Parisian duo Iris de la Villardière and Thomas Montier Leboucher break the codes of jewellery with graphic, original and modern pieces – in Fairmined gold and Kimberley Process certified diamonds of course.

This autumn’s hot collaboration? Maison Romae x McCullough Hat
Birkin hat – Maison Romae x McCullough Hat

For this brand that wants to be bohemian-chic like its creator Éléonor Picciotto (our favourite adventurer) what could be better than to co-create a collection of hats with the McCullough Hat brand? A collection of unique hats, combined with ornamental stones, sourced by Eleonor herself in Tucson, Arizona. Respecting the traditional artisanal manufacturing, all the hats from this capsule collection are Made in France!

Mystery Joy – Au nom de la Rose
Rose Antique necklace – Mysteryjoy

For Joy Toledano, the creator of Mysteryjoy, each of her jewels is a mystery to discover. For this new “Unreal Forest” collection, she honours the rose, symbol of immortality, charm and voluptuousness. Continuing her ethical and social approach, all her creations are set with synthetic diamonds.  To be found on the brand’s e-shop and at the Printemps store in Paris on the 2nd floor.

A brand to watch : Victoria Leivissa
Coco Moonlight Sari necklace – Victoria Leivissa

With her precious creations, the French designer Victoria Leivissa takes us to India. Her jewellery is a tribute to the rich and varied Indian craft industry. Respecting the know-how and traditions, her jewels are in the colours of this country she fell in love with a few years ago. We love this gold and diamond necklace inspired by the traditional “Suncatchers”, lucky talismans illustrated here by blue diamond pendants.

Volume and avant-garde at Vhernier
Pirouette ear clips – Vhernier

The Italian brand has added ear clips to its emblematic “Pirouette” collection. Elegant and contemporary, these new models with their original sculptural lines delicately embrace the earlobes. A sensual beauty that we can’t get enough of.

All that glitters ! Bulgari Diamond Sparkle


Bulgari is putting glitter in our lives and that’s saying something! Last month, the House presented its new leather goods collection for spring 2023 at Milan Fashion Week. Unanimously, the Serpenti Forever bag was the editor’s favourite.

With more than 10,000 crystals, this little jewel is just the touch of sparkle we needed. Whether worn on the shoulder or across the chest, this bag is yet another example of Bulgari’s multiple skills, both in jewellery and accessories. One thing is certain, you won’t go unnoticed.

Alice Fournier : The creative one
Baku Ring in 18K White Gold and Diamonds – Alice Fournier

The French-Swiss designer presented a pop-up in Geneva last week. For the occasion, we discovered her universe inspired by architecture from the four corners of the world, art and nature. Everything around her becomes a real source of inspiration for her creativity.

As Alice Fournier likes to say, her made-to-measure and half-measure creations invite us to be creative and to dare using colour. Because what she likes most is working with shades and daring combinations. A ring that makes us want to say YES (again)!

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