COURBET escapes from the Parisian pavement for a collection: heading to the clay court for a heated match between elegant lines and pop colors.
Ready for a tennis game?
Taking inspiration from past eras to embody contemporary jewellery is part of COURBET’s leitmotifs. TENNIS draws its identity from the aesthetic of the 1960s, where white polos, high socks, and pleated skirts are a must on the court. One detail caught the attention of Marie-Ann Wachtmeister, creative director of the Maison: the V-neck of the sweaters and their coloured border. A collection is born.
With TENNIS, sportswear flirts with glamour. With unparalleled brilliance, lab-grown diamonds are multiplied into an infinite number of lines. Around the central set of white and blue diamond jewellery, consisting of a bracelet, a pair of hoop earrings, a ring, and a necklace, there are a plethora of multicolored ribbon rings. Reverse tradition and stack them on every finger for a sparkling and unique look.
COURBET once again disrupts the world of jewellery by offering a unique collection. Fancy colour diamonds are extremely rare in nature as well as in laboratories. Allowing them an entire collection and using them as paving stones was until now perilous. The Maison achieves the feat of gathering several dozen coloured diamonds within the same creations and the achievement of bringing together so many diamonds with almost perfect colorimetric homogeneity. Thus, TENNIS is born, a collection with blue, orange, and pink lines, ambassador of COURBET’s technical know-how and disruptive nature.
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