Resourceful Director Claire Choisne Is Given Carte Blanche In Boucheron’s Most recent Higher Jewelry Collection

Holographique necklace (Image: Courtesy of Boucheron) By Tatler Hong Kong July 21, 2021 Tatler+ Boucheron

Holographique necklace (Image: Courtesy of Boucheron)

By Tatler Hong Kong

July 21, 2021

Tatler+ Boucheron

Boucheron ponders the upcoming in all its opalescence and iridescence via Carte Blanche Holographique, its most up-to-date superior jewelry selection

Fusing heritage and holograms to build jewelry that not only captures light-weight but refracts and suspends it, the new Carte Blanche Holographique high jewelry collection from Boucheron, developed by Claire Choisne, is a stunning tour de pressure.


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Holographique necklace (Photo: Courtesy of Boucheron)
Holographique necklace (Picture: Courtesy of Boucheron)

Accurate to the spirit of Frédéric Boucheron, the collection consists of 9 jewelry sets and 25 parts in full, and signifies the freedom to produce previously mentioned all else.  And what Choisne set out to create—with spectacular success—was to delve deeper into the topic of light and its electrical power to categorical the attractiveness of the ephemeral, transcribing its fleeting emotion without having words and phrases, encouraged as she was by the interaction of light-weight and colour in the performs of artist Olafur Elisasson and architect Luis Barragán. 


Choisne has included elements not frequently seen in significant jewelry. The pièce de resistance, the Holographique necklace—which resembles shards of glass gleaming with opalescence—is the consequence of contrasting rows of fantastic diamonds set from holographic rock crystal, embellished with yellow sapphires.

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3 rings make up the Illusion established, just about every that includes an eye-catching stone at the centre, this time magnificent opals from Australia and Ethiopia. The trompe-l’oeil impact is magnified and multiplied by the gradation of multicoloured stones established in white gold, deepening and brightening in the altering daylight.


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In Prisme, the bursts of color are bolder and far more geometric the cuff attributes several rows of holographic crystal and diamonds, generating a activity of light-weight and color endlessly mirrored and refracted.


The effects—rhythmic, otherworldly and mesmerising—are evident in the rest of the selection. The Halo set, consisting of a necklace, bracelets and ring, is fully transparent, with holographic bands of colour sliding across the rock crystal, anchored by diamonds. 


Lesser-slice opals dot the Ondes set in concentric waves mixed with diamonds and mom-of-pearl, generating ripples of mild and iridescent color. Continuing the opal theme is the aptly named Opalescence. Composed of a necklace and a solitary earring, it imagines a betta fish swimming via an opal sea.  The fragile couture fins are crafted working with the plique-à-jour technique which catches the light and results in holographic reflections.


Choisne named the assortment Holographique, which means “to stand for everything” in Greek. And indeed, it does showing at the moment bold and nuanced, weightless yet indelible, resolutely futuristic however grounded in generations of custom and craft, radiating the DNA of Maison Boucheron.


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