The House of Fabergé just recently launched a beautiful new campaign showcasing The Art of Colour, a contemporary approach to unite the Russian originated jeweller’s incomparable craftsmanship and the modern influences of our times.
Rich in colour with a particular focus on crimson shades from emerald to ruby to sapphire among others, finest precision from selection to manufacture led to preciously created pieces that stand for the fine jeweller’s heritage as much as for the ability to take the Zeitgeist into account.
“Capturing the house’s aesthetic of pure luxury, refinement and innovation” was perfectly achieved and I dare to say that Fabergé designed a creative range of subtle statement pieces that represent the house’s spirit as well as its typically classy way with a newly increase of modern twist.
The Émotion rings as seen on Fabergé’s page and in this campaign must be one of my favourites and each one of the six variations is said to feature over 300 unique gems. Set in 18 carat yellow gold and comprising of a variety of gem stones, these rings seem quite bold in comparison to the classic egg pendants (as also seen in The Art of Colour).
The accompanying film to the campaign was directed by James Appleton and should additionally highlight the new collections as well as Peter Carl Fabergé’s continuous perfectionistic character along his verve and creativity.
A stylish way to present the regard of a fresh direction without overdoing it or excluding the house’s well known style.
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Picture & video credit: Courtesy of Fabergé