Louis Vuitton Bavery II Collier Multipin
Louis Vuitton Bavery II Collier Multipin
Schenelle Dsouza 
With Paris Couture Week in full swing, luxury fashion houses have launched some of their most artistic creations. While most of Louis Vuitton’s wonders celebrated the life and work of late designer Virgil Abloh, the maison also took the opportunity to unveil the second chapter of their high jewellery collection Bravery at Maison Louis Vuitton Place Vendôme on January 24.
The first chapter of the Bravery collection was launched last year in July to celebrate the 200th birthday of the house’s founder Louis Vuitton. A collection of 90 emblematic pieces, the first chapter of Bravery was a celebration of Louis Vuttion’s journey to Paris at the age of 14, where he went on to become a legend.
The second chapter of Bravery, however, celebrates the identity and charm of Louis Vuitton encircling the invention of the iconic trunk, which revolutionised travel.
Comprising 20 different pieces, Bravery II is composed around four themes: Le Multipin, Le Magnétisme, La Mini Malle and Cocktail Rings. The collection has a refreshing tone of colours with well over 100 coloured gemstones, set amidst sparkling diamonds.
Le Multi Pin
Louis Vuitton Bavery II Collier Multipin
Louis Vuitton Bavery II Collier Multipin
Revisiting its iconic lock clasp, Louis Vuitton’s Le Multi Pin features a collection of vibrant stones. Pink and green tourmalines, yellow citrines, blue aquamarine, and violet tanzanites are a part of the piece. The Collier Multipin Necklace is paired with a matching cuff bracelet, both decorated in colourful gemstones. While the bracelet is fashioned with a 20.67-carat pink oval tourmaline, the necklace features a magnificent 42.42-carat lagoon blue tourmaline at the side.
Louis Vuitton Bavery II Collier Bracelet Multipin
Louis Vuitton Bavery II Collier Bracelet Multipin
Le Magnétisme 
Louis Vuitton Bavery II Collier Magnetisme
Louis Vuitton Bavery II Collier Magnétisme
Boasting two rows of pink, orange and yellow tourmalines, the Le Magnétisme has a total of 152.86 carats. The focal point of the necklace however is the 20.29-carat cushion-cut sapphire from Sri Lanka. A noteworthy design of the necklace is the baguette diamond set which not only symbolises Vuitton but also represents the metal corners of the iconic LV trunk. The yellow sapphire can also be detached and worn on a separate chain.
La Mini Malle
Louis Vuitton Bavery II Collier Mini Malle
Louis Vuitton Bavery II Collier Mini Malle
La Mini Malle is the collection’s only monochrome set made with diamonds set in white gold. The gender-fluid piece takes inspiration from Louis Vuitton’s 2014 Petite Malle bag. In such, three petite malles highlighted with Louis Vuitton’s star diamonds, weighing 3.34 carats each, placed near the front of the necklace.
Cocktail Rings
Louis Vuitton Nature Morte Visuel
Louis Vuitton Nature Morte Visuel
The cocktail rings are a chic addition to the collection. If reports are to be believed, it took the brand three years to find the stones fitted in the rings. Available in four mesmerising tones, the rings include circular-cut diamond, a pink 1.30-carat Padparadscha Sapphire from Madagascar, a dazzling 1.34-carat ruby from Mozambique, a 2.09-carat cerulean sapphire from Madagascar and a rich, vivid green 1.34-carat demantoid Garnet.
Louis Vuitton Nature Morte Visuel
Louis Vuitton Nature Morte Visuel
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