Since the inception of the Marco Bicego brand 15 years ago, Bicego has re-defined timeless luxury through the creation of striking pieces that can be worn from the beach to the ballroom. A brand based on wearability, but also beauty, the Marco Bicego collection features stunning pieces that pay homage to the woman who wears it – she has tremendous personal style, is sophisticated and isn’t afraid to experiment with different trends.
This fall, Saks Fifth Avenue has hand-selected pieces for her from Marco Bicego’s latest collections that epitomize today’s most dazzling trends in jewelry - opulence, jewel tones and mixed media.
A bracelet crafted with 3.18 cts of diamonds juxtaposed with hand-coiled and twisted 18kt yellow gold strands, twenty to be exact, is a piece that demands attention and will finish off any look.
Embracing the more sensuous side of opulence, Marco Bicego has dug into his precious gemstones collection to create a breathtaking suite mixing cabochon Tanzanite set against pave diamonds and yellow gold – pieces worthy of a red carpet affair.
Marco Bicego is no stranger to jewel tones. Throughout the years, Bicego has been known for his collections that pepper in saturated semi-precious stones hand-cut in the brand’s exclusive facet with hand-engraved gold elements. Expanding upon the brand’s newest collection, Lunaria, Marco Bicego has created a bold three-stand collar boasting multicolored tourmaline gemstones interspersed with hand-engraved 18kt yellow gold plates. The end result – a sumptuous and romantic look that can be paired as easily with a cocktail dress as a cotton tee.
Mixed media isn’t so much a trend that Marco Bicego abides by, but rather a pillar in the brand’s DNA. Throughout the years, the Marco Bicego collection has added numerous silhouettes, links and coils that beg to be layered and mixed amongst themselves. Nothing epitomizes personal style and creativity as experimenting with differing silhouettes of Murano Link, Jaipur Link and Color strands to create an unexpectedly stunning and unique creation.