Louis Vuitton’s B Blossom collection: the repeated brand is the true star of jewels ♦
After the Blossom collection came the Star Blossom and, now, it’s the time of the B Blossom. We always speak of flowers, but of particular petals: those that make up the star created by Georges-Louis Vuitton in 1896. The most well-known and copied brand for years celebrates itself by reproducing itself on clothes, bags and jewelry. Just like in the different versions of the Blossom collections.
The jewels of the new line are in rose and yellow gold and diamonds, and include seven rings, bracelets, earrings, pendants and chain necklaces.
Vuitton’s Monogram is the undisputed king of the collection. In case anyone had any doubt about which brand they are, well, it won’t last long. In addition to gold and small diamonds, jewels use semi-precious stones such as malachite, onyx, white agate and pink opal. Three rings are chevalier, both in carved stone or in pavé diamonds. Again, needless to add, with the star-shaped flower in diamonds set on white gold.
Another highlight of the collection is a gold bracelet with five pearls and diamonds, or onyx. Did we tell you how much the Vuitton flower icon repeats? Giulia Netrese