A Girl’s Best Friend
A sneak peek at how renowned luxury jewelers at The House of Graff are threading together contemporary design and opulent composition.
Written byLila Bock
AboveFancy Intense Yellow Diamond Threads Ring
Graff is a family-owned and -operated jewelry company based in London, known for its impressive collection of brilliant diamonds and commitment to quality. This fall, Graff will launch its new collection, Threads, a graphic new design to celebrate how stories are told in an increasingly connected world.
The Threads collection draws its inspiration from globally minded travelers, with pieces designed to be nods to scintillating memories formed by authentic human interaction. Graff’s signature lustrous diamonds are on full display in dynamic pieces that highlight the diamond’s natural beauty in a new and innovative fashion.
“Each piece in the Threads collection rests like a network of gems upon the skin,” says Anne-Eva Geffroy, Design Director at Graff. “The sleek lines of the custom cut diamonds accentuate the graphic silhouette of the jewels and timepiece, each of which is effortlessly contemporary.” This contemporary design meets perennial elegance in the form of a strikingly angular necklace, where layers of diamonds and exquisite sapphires build depth and breathe new life into the classic design. Even classic stud earrings are revamped in the Threads collection, where different cuts of both white diamonds create a nest for a brilliant yellow diamond, resulting in a high-energy piece of jewelry sure to impress.
The versatility of the luxe pieces in the Threads collection means that they can be worn for special occasions or just for a night on the town—the choice is yours. Either way, the pieces are sure to elevate your look and turn heads.
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