Céline Rivet, with a very rare sensitivity, brings forward her marvellous talent and tremendous generosity in the jewels she creates for her brand, Garnazelle: works of magic, of alchemy, shaped from gold to suit our fancies. To further discover her works of art head over to, Rue du Marché-Saint-Honoré in Paris, or the Gaya de Garnazelle, the entire experience exalting and harmonious. A force to recon with on the playing field of high jewellery.
“Paper Flower” is the first chapter written by Reed Krakoff for Tiffany & Co. A collection of fine jewellery for which the newest ‘chief artistic office’ for the New York based jewellery giant bring upon us, assuredly, his visual vocabulary and his definition of contemporary luxury. It’s simple, it’s fresh: a precociousness which is most suited for the everyday. (2)
Samuel François mixes with a applaud-worthy agility allegorical representations of the passage of time, the vacuous nature of human passions and the gentle breath of life, poetically depicting them through a flamboyant and baroque bouquet of jewels. We adore this ode to the strange and sometimes surrealist, but always celebratory in spirit. (3)