As the youngest child of renowned artists Pablo Picasso and Françoise Gilot, Paloma Picasso had creativity juices flowing through her veins before she even took her first steps.
A childhood spent surrounded by bohemian artists embodying joie de vivre and the vibrant, intellectual world of '60s France fostered her ingenuity.
A moment of inspired improvisation at the Folies Bergère - fashioning rhinestone necklaces from a gem-set bikini - garnered attention and a year later, Picasso was commissioned by Yves Saint Laurent to design jewellery for his collections.
In 1980, Picasso introduced her exclusive debut collection for Tiffany & Co. to high praise. Three decades later, her name is still synonymous with innovation and statement style.
Her inspired Olive Leaf collection features 18-karat gold, brilliant green tsavorites, one-of-a-kind rings, bib necklaces and pear-shaped rubellites accents.
Capturing elements from the olive groves surrounding Picasso's serene Marrakech home, each stone is hand cut and set to maximise its beauty. The result? Visually striking jewels that become the benchmark for stylish sophistication.
The collection is wonderfully fluid, moving with a grace that's reminiscent of leaves lifted in gentle breeze or flowers dancing under the sun.
One of fine jewellery's most iconic stars, Picasso's flair for refined details and luxury designs is simply unparalleled.
This advertorial is presented by Tiffany & Co.