The season of lights gets even brighter this year with David Yurman’s latest holiday campaign, marking the first time the luxury jewelry brand debuted a campaign in color rather than its signature black-and-white aesthetic.
“We wanted the imagery and the introduction of color to evoke joy, lightness and life. It had to have a spirit of playfulness yet sophistication, and signal empowerment and confidence. The layering of jewelry and the distinct style speak to our unconventional perspective and personality,” said Sybil Yurman, co-founder, David Yurman.
For a dose of color and sophistication, add some of David Yurman’s vibrant creations to your jewelry rotation, such as the pavé gemstone designs and 18-karat gold pieces legendary stylist Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele styled for models Anna Ewers and Kate Moss.
Celebrating the hub of art and individualism Downtown New York embodies, the Petite Pavé Collection includes elegant pieces that sparkle with pavé diamonds and sapphires meant to evoke the magic of the city at night. Stack the rings, available in blue sapphire and pink sapphire for $850 each, for a stylish layered look. The same blue and pink sapphire options are also available as earrings at $1,050 a pair; bracelets for $975 each; and necklaces for $850 each.
For the gold look Moss dons, check out the Cable Classics Collection, David Yurman’s signature. The Cable Spira Bracelet is another impressive stackable piece, available in a variety of stunning options such as 18-karat rose gold with pavé diamonds for $4,900; 18-karat yellow gold for $3,800; sterling silver with pavé diamonds for $1,500; and sterling silver and 18-karat yellow gold for $575.
David Yurman collections may be found at 42 retail locations throughout the United States and France and at more than 362 locations worldwide through the luxury brand’s exclusive authorized fine jewelry and timepiece network of retailers.
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