The new stackable sparklers from Monica Vinader
Founded in 2002, Monica Vinader has become synonymous for contemporary, collectable jewellery that bridges the gap between high and low; that is, luxury jewellery for the everyday. And for the fall/winter 2016 season, the British luxury jeweller impresses again, revealing four new releases — all twists on their signature classics.
New Signature Bangle
The organic bangle blends strong, clean lines with flowing curves; exuding a sensual mix of modernity and femininity. Sculptural and comfortable, the bangle is available in sterling silver, 18 carat yellow and rose gold vermeil. Customers also have the option of a pavé set diamond bar, or personalisation by engraving of a name, message, motif or hand-drawn doodle.
With shades spanning from subtle champagne to bold blue, watch the midnight sky come to life with Colour Diamonds collection. Outstanding yet subtle, the rings, earrings and pendants are striking by themselves, but can also be elevated with stylish stacking. In short, the mix-and-match options are endless.
Linear Stone Collection
The popular Linear collection* has been amped up with the introduction of a semi precious gemstone. The ancient technique of Pietra Dura inlay has been used to allow the stones to stand out naturally. The Linear Stone collection is available in four vibrant stones: Turquoise, blue lace agate, amethyst and amazonite. Besides the classic bracelet, the range now extends to rings, which comes in stone and plain finishes, perfect for engraving, stacking and styling.
Men's Havana and Linear Bracelets Collection
The Men's Bracelets collection has been expanded with new styles and more colours for added vibrancy. The new hues for the Havana men's collection includes tangerine and Mallard blue, while the colour cords of the Linear Bracelets now includes black, denim blue and steel grey.
*The Linear Stone collection will be launching soon.
The Monica Vinader boutique is located at ION Orchard and Takashimaya Department Store.
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