From home goods and interiors to high fashion and must-have accessories, this season the design world is moving away from barely-there minimalism toward something altogether more dramatic.
Intense and unusual hues combined with structural silhouettes underpin an aesthetic that’s turning heads across diverse consumer sectors, not only the jewelry world, where a raft of multicolored, architecturally informed pieces are injecting a youthful vibrancy into the scene.
As the jewelry lover becomes more experimental in her tastes, unorthodox gemstone pieces are a fantastic vehicle for telegraphing her individualism.
A surge in demand for proprietary cuts speaks to a desire for solutions that offer something different. Combined with a preference for mouthwatering saturated hues, this trend presents fine jewelers with an opportunity to embrace gemstones that infuse their collections with personality and contemporary appeal.
Swarovski’s Genuine Topaz lends itself perfectly to this emerging aesthetic. Innovative cuts such as the Puresse cater to the vogue for graphic shapes and composite forms. The gem’s broad spectrum of on-trend hues—achieved via environmentally friendly Thermal Color Fusion (TCF)—adds a color-infused flourish that’s hard to resist.
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