Lapis tiny circles explode into a twinkling cascade of yellow gold, making the Hawaii Color design a must-have for a stunning summer look.
Buccellati Hawaii Color collection enshrines a strong desire for innovation, always maintaining unaltered the traditional characteristics of this line, designed in the 1930s. The distinctive original design is here enhanced by small circles in jade, lapis, carnelian, light blue chalcedony or onyx, which stand out in the rigorous yet apparently casual geometry of the design, thus becoming captivating, unusual and eccentric. The color splashes become essential elements of a timeless design, full of history and totally future-oriented.
Color is elbowing its way through the finely engraved circles of gold of Hawaii pendant earrings.
The Hawaii Diamonds collection symbolizes Buccellati’s continuous experimentation on its creations. It is a constant push beyond the obvious in order to capture new and surprising viewpoints.”
The pendant earrings of this collection are adorned with small circles in white gold and diamonds to offer a refined and precious interpretation of this design, dating back to the ‘30s. The diamonds dot the weave of the circles and create pauses of exquisite elegance, thus expressing the stylistic concepts of high jewelry.
Buccellati have sponsored the first ever Women4Walkabout Ladies Luncheon hosted by Carolina Gonzalez-Bunster, Co-Founder of Walkabout Foundation. The event took place at London’s Claridges Hotel to launch the foundation’s monthly giving campaign, featuring a live and silent auction. For the occasion, Buccellati gifted table
guests with a pair of the new Hawaii Color pendant earrings, one winner for each table, and allowed 100% of the proceeds to go directly to the Walkabout Foundation programs and projects.
Over 300 influential women across fashion, art and business were in attendance at the Luncheon together with Charity Nana, Guest of Honor and Beneficiary of the Foundation’s work.