The designer’s latest offerings celebrate the opulence of the City of Light
The lights and decor of Paris inspire the latest jewelry collection from Zoë Chicco. The CEO of the eponymous firm fell hard for the interior design of a flat rented last year during market week, in which gold embellishments adorned the ceiling. The Paris collection is made in 14k yellow, rose, and white gold featuring colorless diamonds in baguette, princess, round, pear, and trillion shapes across 48 SKUs. It debuted to the trade in June and is shipping now to stores.
“The design motif of the ceiling is most evident in the collars in my new Paris collection,” explains the artist. “The mixed pattern of diamonds balancing on either side of the bar is reminiscent of the design on the ceiling. We have had a lot of success with our bezel-set round diamond collection, so I wanted to expand on that with some new settings and cuts.”
The ceiling of Chicco’s 2015 Paris rental inspired her new jewelry collection.
Suggested retail prices start at $200. Buy-in is about 10 to 15 pieces.
Mixed Wrap ring in 14k gold with 0.27 ct. t.w. princess- and round-shape diamonds, $1,225
Mixed Shape Large Circle studs and jackets in 14k gold with 0.44 ct. t.w. princess- and round-shape diamonds, $1,975
Collar necklace in 14k gold with 2.26 cts. t.w. baguette-, princess-, round-, and trillion-shape diamonds, $12,300
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