In 2004, Boucheron launched a line that remains the epitome of craftsmanship with high-quality materials and delicate designs. The iconic Quatre collection began with a ring merging four motifs from the archives at Boucheron; Grosgrain, Double Godron, Ligne Diamants, and Clou de Paris. Together, these graphic codes are not only striking owing to a certain urban elegance but also seem to evoke the values and history of the French luxury house.
The Double Gordon remains a symbol of infinite love, one that reminds us of the bond that Frédéric Boucheron shared with his wife Gabrielle. An ode to the jeweler’s origins amidst soft and supple fabrics emerges in the delicately pleated gold ring known as Grosgrain, while Clou de Paris pays tribute to the cobblestones of Place Vendôme. In the Ligne of diamonds, we seemingly discover a fraction of eternal life. With the ability to morph into a number of different combinates these creations – rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings – become a mirror to the mood, disposition, and inspiration of the wearer.
With Mila Al Zahrani, these novelties seem to dazzle even more than usual, from pared-back to dramatic, from classic to strikingly unusual. The Quatre Double White Edition collection adorns the Saudi actress in a certain white refinement. Grosgrain and Double Godron are sculpted in white gold, while the Clou de Paris in pristine Hyceram sits alongside the line of diamonds. Small rings, earrings, ear cuffs, and a sparkling head jewel with a cylindrical openwork design present a vision of light and beauty. Elsewhere, the Quatre Classique and Radiant editions complete this foray into haute joaillerie.
Style: Polina Shabelnikova
Hair: Ivan Kuz
Makeup: Michel Kiwarkis
Production: Dinika Govender
Talent: Mila Al Zahrani