Georgie loves this… because this lavish pile of Yves Saint Laurent jewellery is positively mouth watering. Wear them all together for a decadent and ultimately glamorous look or be selective and opt for a single piece to jazz up a day-time outfit. Inspired by tree bark, the large Arty Bracelet bears the bountiful fruit of dark purple and lilac crystal stones. Beauty often lies in simplicity, as it does in the aptly named Nugget Ring that fittingly resembles a large, raw piece of gold. To coincide with this awe-inspiring aesthetic the Blue Stones ring resembles an Aladdin's cave filled with exotic gems in turquoise and magenta tones.
Also giving us food for thought is this intricately crafted gold plated Filigree Isharya bracelet; Holly Fulton's exciting collaboration with Swarovski; and for more colour sparkles, the Dannijo Omala Antique necklace with Swarovski crystals is the icing on the cake. Scrumptiously piled high, Hummingbird cupcakes always taste best in excess and what better way to enjoy them than being dressed to the max.
Yves Henri Donat Mathieu-Saint-Laurent founded his eponymous label in 1962 with his partner Pierre Berge after starting his career at The House of Dior. Disillusioned by the couture based industry in Paris he sought to create a company that also specialized in ready to wear garments. Determined to set his brand apart from the rest he took pleasure in subverting genres and was arguably one of the first designers to incorporate vintage tailoring into his designs. Now one of the largest fashion houses in the world and headed by Stefano Pilati, the brand has continued to produce critically acclaimed collections after his retirement in 2002 and death in early 2008.