Boucheron unveıls futurıstıc hıgh jewelry collectıon Carte Blanche, Holographıque
For the new high jewelry collection, Boucheron Creative Director Claire Shuang is experimenting with materials. Instead of traditional rare stones and diamonds, the pieces are made of sand, marble, and airgel. Shuang this time plays with light, its refraction, creating holographic decorations, on which you can see all the colors of the rainbow. In collaboration with industrial engineers, the creative director of Boucheron has taken high jewelry to a whole new level.
The Carte Blanche, Holographique collection features nine sets and twenty-five pieces of jewelry, each created in harmony with light. Opalescence’s oversized betta fish necklace and mono-earring are complemented by translucent powdery opal fins that allow light to pass through. The Ondes set includes opal necklaces and earrings with a thin line of diamonds, on which the rays of the sun play. The collection also includes large rings with opals from Australia and Ethiopia, pink and blue-green shades, opening in a cabochon, as well as products depicting a peony and pansies from the Chromatique set.
The Prisme bracelet is made up of several rows of crystals and diamonds, creating a highlight, the ring and pendant earrings in this set are pear cut. The collection is crowned with a luxurious Holographique necklace, assembled from thin crystal blades.