Add a technicolour flourish to your wardrobe with Piaget’s colourful new fine jewellery compositions. Watch the campaign video below, starring Olivia Palermo
What better way to ring in the arrival of Spring than with a vibrant new jewellery collection? Piaget has given its iconic Possession line a multi-coloured makeover, featuring bold pendants, stackable bracelets and glistening rings bathed in beguiling hues. Bright and brilliant colours range from the deep blue of lapis lazuli to intense black of onyx, in addition to vivid turquoise, enchanting malachite green and rich, carnelian red.
“To me, red means Valentino heels from the sixites, and love,” said Olivia Palermo, who returns for a second year to front the Posession campaign. “Blue is my husband’s school uniform, while green reminds of the English countryside, the military and flowers.”
Bright and brilliant pendants, stackable bracelets and glistening rings bathed in beguiling hues
The emotive collection features a lengthy sautoir, which can be wrapped around twice to create a shorter necklace, hung with a gleaming, spherical pendant with a single sparkling diamond. Stackable bangles feature vivid gemstones framed in diamonds, while a delicate bracelet completes the collection, set with a single diamond and a vibrant, coloured bead.
The campaign, shot by Palermo’s husband Johannes Huebl, is an explosive celebration of colour, set to an energised pop soundtrack. It features the American style icon playfully cavorting in an art gallery and closes on a kiss with Huebl.
“Add colour to your life with interior design, the way that you dress and with happiness," Palermo continues. "When experimenting with colour, start with an accessory and take it from there. Play about in front of the mirror and you will be surprised by what works.”
The Piaget Possession collection is available to buy for the first time on NET-A-PORTER, marking Piaget’s first foray into e-commerce outside of its own platform. Make like Palermo and pair your Piaget with further eye-popping shades. Otherwise, set against a muted palette and let your accessories steal the show.