Paloma Picasso has long been an icon in the world of fashion. The younger daughter of famed artist Pablo Picasso has established herself as a designer in her own right, away from her father’s spotlight. Known for her jewelry designs, the style star of the 70s even has an entire collection named after her by Tiffany & Co. This year, the luxury jeweler revisits Picasso’s most successful collections, called ‘Calife’ to produce the Paloma’s Melody.
This year, the design is reinvented to include gemstones, that add to the beauty of the intertwined rings. Inspired by her life in Marrakesh and the grandeur of the Orient, Picasso joins Tiffany to enrich the band of rich gold, and silver bands. The collection, that is made up of bangles, rings, pendants and earrings that perfectly shows off the fluid nature of the design. Much like the harmony of life, the designs glide along with the movement of the body as it falls back together. The collection sees the 18-karat white gold and 18-karat yellow gold designs paired with diamonds and the 18-karat rose gold designs are paired with black spinels.
Made up of five interlocking bands the each represents a personal sentiment of the designer, the gentle sounds that are made as the bands fall back together as a whole helped in naming the collection. Standing for dreams, beauty, creativity, gratitude and passion, Paloma’s Melody is one that is sophisticated and elegant.
The Paloma’s Melody collection is also available in nine and five bands in various metals and gemstones at Tiffany & Co.