With the new “Like Chromatic” series, the no-frills design of Crivelli’s cult collection “Like” is enriched by the colors of the gemstones in combination with rose gold and sometimes complemented by diamond pavé. Shown here: three bangles from the “Like Chromatic” edition in the “Slim” version. Crivelli entrusted the launch campaign to top photographer Fabrizio Ferri.
Designed by Eugenia Bruni, the “Giardini Segreti” (“Secret Gardens”) collection radiates a magical aura and tells tales of a little-known charm of Milan: the gardens hidden in courtyards in the center of the metropolis. While gazing at the leaves on the branches, the designer was inspired to find a way to wear these marvels of nature on her fingers. She accordingly designed rings with light, curved shapes that nestle atop their wearer’s hand like leaves rustling in the breeze.
Inspired by the romantic hometown of Romeo and Juliet, the “Love in Verona” collection is Roberto Coin’s tribute to all women. The four-petalled flower is a familiar element in the designs of this Venetian jewelry creator. Thanks to the minimalist, extremely exquisite style, several pieces from the collection can be worn simultaneously.
This ring from Annamaria Cammilli’s “Velaa Pavé” series is made of 750 gold alloy in the color Orange Apricot. A row of diamonds perfectly blends into the curved design, where the gems sparkle among the tidy shapes and accentuated contours that typify the “Velaa” collection. The alternation of matt and glossy surfaces emphasizes the depth of the forms.
A true showpiece of the house, these tennis bracelets are offered in versions ranging from 0.50 to 13 carats and can also be crafted with even higher carat weights by special request. The length can be customized to ensure an optimal fit for each wrist. This model is available in white, rose or yellow gold or plated with black rhodium, and with white, black or champagne-colored diamonds as well as sapphires, emeralds or rubies.
Baume & Mercier
In the new “Riviera Baumatic,” Baume & Mercier brings together two highlights of the brand’s history: the “Riviera,” with its angular design, has been a staple in the collection since the 1970s; and the “Baumatic” is this maker’s first in-house movement. Now the Swiss watch brand presents the fifth generation of the “Riviera” with modernized proportions – in various sizes and with readily interchangeable wristbands. The highlight is the “Riviera Baumatic,” which reveals its in-house self-winding movement through a dial made of transparent sapphire crystal.
A bright orange diver’s watch? Connoisseurs know which timepiece we’re talking about because Doxa’s “SUB 300” is a legendary watch for the underwater world. First introduced in 1967, it soon achieved cult status – partly thanks to Jacques Cousteau, who was one of the many aquanauts who wore this diver’s watch on their underwater excursions. Now the “SUB 300” returns in stainless steel and with a self-winding mechanical movement. The Swiss watch brand thus continues the tradition of its 132-year history.
Masterful enamel work, fascinating engravings and characteristic design: the Alexander Shorokhoff watch brand is inspired by the versatility that a timepiece can offer. This is evident in the distinctive collection of this manufactory, which was founded by Alexander Shorokhov in Alzenau, Bavaria in 1992. The “Deep Ding” is this label’s first watch that remains water resistant to ten bar. It will be on display at THE SHOW, whose visitors can admire this brand’s signature design on the dial, where the shimmer of mother-of-pearl reveals itself beneath a decorative grid that accentuates the sporty character of this automatic wristwatch.