Elegance as a statement, exercise in freestyle. Free to mix and (mis)match shapes, colors and materials, for a unique and eclectic look, perfectly coherent in its incoherence. The only rule is there are no rules.
In 1968, Serpent Bohème unveiled a captivating jewelry dance still performing to this day. Fine drops as heads and chiseled body gliding under gold scales, its motif is a majestic demonstration of the House’s craftspeople’s expertise that, throughout the years, has become a magnetic classic of the Boucheron repertoire. If, in the last fifty years, the motif has taken the liberty to free the precious drop from the gold marbles that crowned it, if it has played with materials and with the ways Serpent Bohème could be worn, and if sometimes it swapped its diamond paving for a renewed palette of colorful stones – turquoise, lapis lazuli or mother of pearl –, its spirit has always remained unchanged. This spring, Serpent Bohème multiplies its motif, stacks up its items, ventures as hoop earrings or as a torque, renewing its mysterious aura and its taste for mix and match. Its mantra? Classical personality and style genius. Just like the Boucheron woman. With panache and in all softness, Serpent Bohème has never been that free.