The trend for a return to coloured stones – diamonds or otherwise – in wedding jewellery means there are more ways than ever to say “I do”. Photo: Getty Images
The trend for a return to coloured stones – diamonds or otherwise – in wedding jewellery means there are more ways than ever to say “I do”. Photo: Getty Images
Weddings

How high jewellers reimagined classic bridal gems in 2022, from coloured diamonds like J. Lo’s engagement ring by Rahaminov, to Tiffany & Co.’s platinum rings and Boucheron’s minimalist series

  • The spring/summer shows at Couture Fashion Week in Paris saw plenty of dreamy bridal gowns … and sparkling modern takes on classic bridal jewellery too
  • Mikimoto went the more traditional route with feminine pearls, Chaumet’s tiaras took inspiration from Napoleon’s wife Empress Joséphine, and you can’t go wrong with Graff’s bow motif

The trend for a return to coloured stones – diamonds or otherwise – in wedding jewellery means there are more ways than ever to say “I do”. Photo: Getty Images
The trend for a return to coloured stones – diamonds or otherwise – in wedding jewellery means there are more ways than ever to say “I do”. Photo: Getty Images
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