Van Cleef & Arpels recently co-sponsored a contemporary art exhibition in Hong Kong which coincided with the launch of the brand’s Perlée collection.
Called “Popping Up: Revisiting the Relationship between 2D and 3D”, the show was curated by Fumi Nanjo (Director of the Mori Art Mueseum in Tokyo) and drew together thirteen celebrated Asian artists. It was held at the Hong Kong Arts Centre and explored the process from which 2D becomes 3D.
The brand also used the exhibition to help showcase its new collection, Perlée, which is designed to capture youthfulness, modernity and freedom.
The rings boast a variety of detailing options including an engraving of the Van Cleef & Arpels label, Alhambra motifs set with round diamonds and circles paved entirely with diamonds.
A particular highlight of the new line are the bangle bracelets, which come with the same finishes and engravings sported by the Perlée rings.
Other showstoppers include a cuff bracelet made from crumpled pink gold and elliptical hoop earrings which are available in three different sizes.