Diamond crusted gold cuff and ring from Saint Laurent. I am very much into bling for the moment and I find it beautiful to just have it as simple as possible, as always… Saint Laurent have done it as well as Gaia Repossi for her acclaimed and self-titled jewelry line. I could wear anything from her, all the Repossi pieces are truly amazing and unique of it’s kind.
I wouldn’t say no to the new re-designed Tortue piece from Cartier, neither in rosé gold nor in warm grey silver. The watch has been a piece in their selection since 1912 (!) and now its updated with a diamond embellished face and more slim bracelet.
Gaia Repossi’s latest ring is a duo of diamonds in rose gold with princess and oval-cut stones. The stones are put together in an ring that ‘disappears’ while slipped on your finger – and putting especially focus on the diamonds with a combined 28 carats. I love her previous work and this ring is no exception.
Love these pieces from the talented Sophie Bille Brahe, everything from earrings to rings. She works with 18 carat gold and diamonds that makes all of the pieces just stunning and wearable for both everyday use. Above you see my absolute favorites from her ‘gold’-collection. You can find Sophie’s pieces here.
As I mentioned in the previous post, I just had to show you some of the amazing pieces from Gaia Repossi’s line. All of them are favorites, of course… But if I had to choose one particular pieces I must say I am in love with the ‘Berber’ earring – both in 18 karat rosé-gold and white gold (the pieces in with the four rings in the middle of the pic). You can find the jewelry at Net-à-Porter, Barneys and Montaigne Market.
Emily Di Danato looks absolutely stunning in this watch-editorial in Vogue Paris April 2013 by Giampaolo Sgura. But, it was not her, but the watches I wanted to mention. Vogue Paris is amazing in finding beautiful, classic and timeless pieces for their editorials, and in this one you can see it is no exception. I love the Hublot watch as well as the Chanel link-watch in silver (the last picture). I love my current watch, and use it every day. Although I wouldn’t mind updating it with an alligator leather strap… But if I would go for a new one a would definitely want the Chanel one, or a Jaeger-LeCoultre (the Reverso is a favorite!).
…this Collier de Chien bracelet from Hermès is just amazing. Ok, so I get that some of you guys find it a bit too much, but I just love the idea of the diamond crusted studs. Price on request and I guess there is a very long list even to purchase it.
The one thing you should be doing at Christmas, or at least at New Years Eve, is to dazzle – dazzle with jewellery. Both chunky, bigger one works as well as smaller pieces. My personal fav way of styling jewellery is to keep it simple – either if you have a huge chunky necklace or a pair of small diamond earrings. Although, if it’s New Year’s, why not go all in? Like in this editorial, ‘A fine Excess’ in the December 2012 issue of Flare Magazine, where Elizabeth Cabral has styled Dolores Doll in both a chunky big necklace and a huge pair of earrings, AND on top of that – a grand sparkling diamond bracelet. The editorial is photographed by Max Abadian. Get inspired for all the Christmas parties!
On top of my shopping list for the moment you’ll find rings. I want a really thin ring with a small detail, like a star, heart or a diamond, preferably in silver or gold that I could wear everyday. This one above is a really nice candidate in 18 karat gold and comes from Jennifer Meyer.