Channel Zendaya by hopping onto the dramatic colourful jewellery trend: 5 dazzling pieces by Bulgari, Chopard, Boucheron, Mikimoto and Cindy Chao
While the body of the ring is studded with diamonds, the Prisme is named for its whopping central crystal, given a holographic coating to mimic the weightlessness of a soap bubble and to ensure the Halo collection lives up to its name, US$90,500 (HK$705,000)
Taking the theme of paradise for its latest Red Carpet Collection, this bracelet is made of ethically sourced 18k white gold, speckled with Paraiba tourmalines, Padparadscha sapphires, opals and diamonds. Price upon request.
Taking inspiration from junihitoe, a ceremonial kimono of at least twelve layers, this brooch’s folds are detailed with peridots, sapphires, garnets, diamonds and coral in 18k white and yellow gold. Price upon request.
The Star Sapphire Magnolia Brooch features a 19.99-carat royal blue Burma star sapphire at the centre of its replica flower. Diamonds, emeralds and other crystals and gemstones are cleverly employed to form the petals, stem and leaves. Price upon request.
Channelling the bigger-is-always-better-ness of the Baroque era, this multicoloured necklace captures the essence of opulence. The glamorous mix of gems includes a citrine, peridot, rubellite and amethyst, plus aquamarines and tourmalines, all united by a framework of pink gold and diamonds. Price upon request.
- Bulgari’s statement Baroque-style necklace drips with seven kinds of gemstones – from diamonds to tourmalines – in pink gold
- Boucheron’s diamond-studded Prisme ring is named for its whopping rainbow central crystal, while Mikimoto’s brooch is inspired by ceremonial junihitoe kimonos