Cinemas, Candies and Contrasting Colours

Three of the biggest jewellery maisons in the world have launched their latest high jewellery collection, and each and every one delivers astounding brilliance.

Gem Dior

Victoire de Castellane has created Gem Dior to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Dior Joaillerie, the largest high jewellery collection that’s ever been unveiled by the house. With this collection, the artistic director tells a charming story of stones and colours. Entwining diamonds, rubies, emeralds and sapphires, with precious stones like tanzanites, rubellites and garnets, the jewellery line is really a sugary sight to behold.

By Cartier

Cartier really took the world of haute joaillerie by storm this year when it launched the Magnitude line, its latest high jewellery collection. Magnitude shakes things up by juxtaposing contrasts – from materials, to colours and shapes. See how the mineral and the precious stones complement each other. Our favourite from the collection is the emerald necklace – brought to popularity by actress Lily Collins at this year’s Met Gala.

By Bvlgari

Bvlgari recently unveiled its latest collection of high jewellery, mesmerizingly called Cinemagia. Just like the name suggests, the collection pays homage to the Italian Maison’s sultry and passionate relationship with the cinema. Inspired by the wonders of the silver screen, Cinemagia showcases daring and unprecedented colour combinations, materials and gemstone cuts that are meticulously crafted to capture the dreamlike magnificence of the masterpieces.

Asia Dreams August – October 2019