Could there by a better time to launch a collection inspired by Tropical wilderness? Swiss jeweller Piaget wows us yet again with a superlative collection “Wings of Light” inspired by tropical vistas that often is rich in myriad colours, textures, contours and shapes. The underlying intention behind this collection is to set free and imagine wild. The high jewellery maison marries its renowned technical mastery with the finest of gemstones sourced from all over the world.
The collection is divided into three sub-collections: Enchanted Light, Magnificent Haven and Ecstatic Dance. At the heart of the collection lies a sense of escapism drawing cues from Nature’s bounty in the tropical lands and of course, stunning birds. Nature has been done poetic justice with Piaget’s creative prowess and design know-how.
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