Force Of Nature
Prestige Singapore|September 2020
Force Of Nature
With nature as a muse, imagination knows no bounds. Blurring the lines between wilderness and fantasy is cartier’s awe-inspiring [sur]naturel high jewellery collection, which makes its debut print appearance in southeast asia via our exclusive spread shot in Paris.
Allyson Klass

A powerful contrast of colors and materials, the Panthère Tropicale wristwatch is a hybrid piece that is equal parts of animal and organic. Set in yellow gold, the bold, graphic piece is adorned with two octagonal aquamarines and two octagonal blue tourmalines weighing 12.71 carats and 20.58 carats respectively. One side of the quartz timepiece flaunts ultra-delicate gadrooned coral, while the other is speckled with brilliant-cut diamonds and flecks of onyx that mimic the panther’s spots.

Pleated gown, Elie Saab

Named after a sacred river in southern India, the platinum-set Kaveri necklace showcases a riot of colours recalling the Maison's iconic Tutti Frutti jewellery style of the ’20s and ’30s. The spectacular creation is adorned with two fancy-shaped carved sapphires from Ceylon totalling 123.44 carats, a 7.61-carat melon-cut Zambian emerald, carved oval sapphires, melon cut emeralds, carved sapphires, rubies and emeralds, as well as square and brilliant-cut diamonds. The necklace is a transformable piece that can also be worn as a brooch or a pair of bracelets. Pictured here too are the Kaveri bracelet and ring set in platinum, bedecked with sapphires, emeralds, rubies and diamonds.

Top and pants, Alexander McQueen

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September 2020