Louis Vuitton B.Blossom mixes precious stones with the famed monogram and quatrefoil motif
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Nothing says Louis Vuitton more succinctly than the monogram and its accompanying quatrefoil motifs. That star-shaped flower goes all the way back to 1896 when George-Louis Vuitton created it as a symbol of the maison.
Today you can wear this playful design on the B.Blossom collection's stylish range of rings, bracelets and cuffs, earrings, pendants and necklaces. Designed by Louis Vuitton's newly appointed artistic director of watches and jewellery, Francesca Amfitheatrof, who was last seen at Tiffany & Co., the collection marries precious gold with hardstones and diamonds.
Bringing texture and colour to the fore are such timeless semi-precious materials as malachite, onyx, white agate and pink opal.
The collection also redefines the signet ring and its play on heritage while emphasising on their three dimensionality.
Obviously the pieces can be stacked or worn individually. Necklaces come in long and short chains that are ultra-feminine yet harmonious with the pendants' geometrical styling.
As is de rigueur with many modern jewellery collections, the Louis Vuitton B.Blossom has obtained Responsible Jewellery Council certification, which ensures that the precious materials trace back to sustainable sources.
The B.Blossom collection is available at Louis Vuitton Marina Bay Sands Island Maison, and the Ion Orchard boutique.