Gabrielle Coco Chanel in 1932 introduced jewelry that made waves across the world, and that too when the economic market was on the verge of collapse during the Great Depression. Her collection, Bijoux de Diamants’ was unique, exquisite and unlike any other design have seen before. She focused on the universe up there that included comets, sun, stars and even constellations. She ‘wanted to cover women with constellations’ and that is exactly what she did with her enchanting collection. It was also the first time that she ditched the jewelry trays used for exhibiting them and went for wax figures to make an impact. In 2012, the brand celebrated the 80th anniversary of the collection and came up with jewelry items that paid tribute to ‘Bijoux de Diamants’. Let’s have a look at the exquisite collection that changed the perspective of jewelry designs:
Coco Chanel, a name still ruling the fashion industry, freed the women in fashionable ways. She presented ideas that were unlike any other and introduced concepts and designs that are still considered high-end and worthy of class and statement.