In commemoration of the brand’s 160th anniversary, Boucheron gave us “Nature Triomphante,” a collection fashioned after the beauty of the natural world around us. The dreamy collection includes nine rings (each bearing hyper realistic flowers with a gem in the center) as well as four necklaces, and a brooch. While each bloom in the collection is divine, the highlight would have to be the Nuage de Fleurs necklace—a waterfall of pavé-set diamonds and mother-of-pearl hydrangea petals framing a single cushion-cut pink tourmaline.
Bulgari’s high jewelry debut, “Wild Pop,” is a tribute to the big, boisterous, and colorful decade that was the 1980s. Staying true to the house’s tradition of experimentation in its high jewelry collections, “Wild Pop” includes a variety of statement pieces featuring colorful jewels, iconic 1980s symbolism (like the cannabis leaf and a David Bowie-esque lightning bolt), and nods to Andy Warhol’s art. A favorite of the collection is a diamond an onyx necklace, which resembles the keys of a piano.