Rings ranging from historical pieces to Seventies biker rings will be displayed at L’École des Arts Joailliers on Oct. 5 to Nov. 30.
Honorees spoke to the growing self-purchasing trend among jewelry consumers.
The company’s Diama stone business will be part of its luxury Atelier Swarovski division.
The experiential retail concept has consumers lining up to have thin gold bracelets welded around their wrists.
Traditional boundaries widened with a fresh injection of cultural diversity, color and new and confounding notions of preserving nature.
The service allots three to five pieces with a week to try them on, with customers keeping what they like and retuning what they do not.
The new line comes as the house gears up for international expansion with backing from its new owner, Fortune Fountain Capital.
The Spanish actress was in Paris to show her Atelier Swarovski collection of fine jewelry with a sustainable bent.
Called “Wild Pop,” the collection pays tribute to Andy Warhol, the music of that decade — and even offers a pointer to some transgressive pastimes.
The manufacturing facility is part of a wave of growing interest in diamonds produced in labs.