The sisters, Karine and Virginie Glustin started Galerie Glustin manly focusing on exclusive pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries, and later expanded into 20th-century furniture, and the most recent…
Unlike the world of luxury watches, where the creator is able to stamp their name clearly on the watch, in the world of jewelry it is quite difficult to be recognized at a glance. Many brands struggle to accomplish just that, but Louis Vuitton seems to have no problem whatsoever.
The brand started its jewelry line 15 years ago and they managed to make it recognizable, just like its other products. They used the symbol that is always present in their handbags, sunglasses and cosmetics: the famous Monogram Pattern.
Their new collection, Monogram, features the flower in a circle and stars that were influenced by the artifacts that arrived from Japan in Belle Epoque Paris. Back then, with the rise in steam-travel, George Vuitton saw an opportunity to conquer the world with the water-tight trunks and decided to use the Monogram Pattern to avoid being copied.
Their new collection of Monogram Jewels has cute earrings that can be bought as singles or mixed and matched, stackable rings, long necklaces and bracelets. Even though the Monogram pattern that is featured in every piece of this collection, comes from a different time, the new pieces look young and fresh and quite frankly, adorable!