Founded in 1888 by René Lalique, the French heritage brand is famous for its creativity expressed through a luxury lens. Signature enamel jewelry and glasswork reflected the Art Nouveau movement of the time, while new pieces in this latest assortment find inspiration in the bold costumes of the Diaghilev ballets, infused with an Art Deco feel.
This exquisite assortment pays homage to founder of the Ballets Russes (the most innovative dance company of the 20th century), Sergei Diaghilev. The ballet's theatrical costumes together with references to the Russian landscape, history and natural fauna inspire three collections, each named after a majestic bird.
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A striking palette of black and white jade, orange sapphire and flame-hued carnelian, complete with fire opal and radiant yellow gold conjures the principal character in the evocative classic.