By  on January 31, 2018

PARIS — This is what a gold rush looks like in the 21st century. In Paris, that is, during couture week. Starting with gold the metal, back in yellow, it runs the gamut of stones, from the imperial topaz up to a fancy intense yellow diamond, over 30 carats.

Not to neglect the gold-as-an-investment department, the brand-new online jewelry brand Mené unveiled a digital display for its collection of rings, necklaces and cuff bracelets at the Gagosian Gallery, just off the Champs-Elysées. The jewelry sat on shelves that flashed their weight in real-time gold rates, directly linked to their prices, as cofounder Diana W. Picasso and creative director Sunjoo Moon showed the pieces to visitors in a side room of the “Picasso and Maya, Father and Daughter” exhibit.

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