With diamonds and rare coloured gems, Fabergé’s Imperial Collection is inspired by the grandeur of the Imperial Romanov court and draws on the changing colours of the four seasons.
Pushing the boundaries of haute joaillerie and horology, Chanel’s Code Coco is designed to disarm. At first glance it looks like a sleek stainless-steel bracelet; on second view you’ll note the clasp inspired by the brand’s famous quilted 2.55 bag, which rotates to reveal a black lacquered dial set with a princess-cut 0.05ct diamond. Available with or without 52 diamonds around the bezel, it’s a remarkable piece that offers an unusual and discreet way to tell the time.
The brilliant collection from Fernando Jorge is the first time the house has made diamonds the focus – and it’s paid off; his award-winning Disco earrings are studio 54 worthy.