With its centuries-long expertise in luxury items spanning bags, fragrances and ingeniously crafted foldable furniture, fashion house Louis Vuitton has long been recognised as a heavyweight in the sartorial world. The maison is also known for its exquisite high jewellery festooned with scintillating diamonds and glorious gemstones.
The latest addition to its sparkling jewellery repertoire is the Blossom High Jewellery range, which was unveiled in July and is inspired by the brand’s iconic four-petalled monogram flower. Comprising necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings, the collection features a stunning array of gemstones such as mandarin garnets, tsavorites and opals — all of which are, of course, designed around the floral motif.
A particularly lust-worthy piece is the beryl and chalcedony necklace, which culminates in a striking four-petalled pendant shaped to resemble the monogram flower.
One of its petals is bedecked with a 43.05-carat beryl — which comes in a beautiful blue-green hue reminiscent of the ocean — while the other three are fashioned in lustrous blue, perfectly calibrated chalcedonies framed with baguette-cut diamonds. For a final opulent touch, the necklace chain consists of chalcedony beads interspersed with glittering diamonds.