Start by drawing a first collection of twelve unique pieces inspired by two designs. Then intertwine delicate ties above which a precious stone seems to float. Or create a subtle geometry where diamond-set ties cross over.
Reach out to the art of couture and follow its path through impeccable construction, vaporous or sculptural lines, diamond-studded ribbons, precious fabrics of interwoven baguette and round diamonds.
Sing a song of diamonds, but also of sapphires, aquamarines and tourmalines. One is white, luminous, stunning, sparkling. The others are blue, deep or crystalline, majestic.
Treat each stone like a star: enhance hues and translucency by combining brilliant and baguette cuts. Let the cushion-cutís fifty-six facets express their ability to dance with the light. Choose white gold: for its strength, its purity, its uncompromising elegance.
Bestow on the art of high jewellery a true Parisianís bold elegance; the sort that transforms classicism into impertinence - perfect for a modern-day princess. Finally, take a last glance at a necklace created by the Maison in 1907 which, for the first time ever, was adorned with a Liens motifÖ