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KING OF THE JUNGLE: The pieces from Chanel's latest fine jewellery collection are as bold as the feisty founder of the house and are divided into two themes: a range called Lion Arty that sees the lion head interpreted as abstract, almost Cubist-like forms; and Lion Pepite, which adapts the visage of the regal predator into curved, delicate silhouettes; (Above) Collier Lion Pepite

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KING OF THE JUNGLE: The pieces from Chanel's latest fine jewellery collection are as bold as the feisty founder of the house and are divided into two themes: a range called Lion Arty that sees the lion head interpreted as abstract, almost Cubist-like forms; and Lion Pepite, which adapts the visage of the regal predator into curved, delicate silhouettes; (Right) Lion Arty bracelet and (left) Lion Pepite bracelet.

Animal Instinct

Chanel's latest fine jewellery launch is set to net the brand the lion's share of a growing market in bling.
Oct 10, 2015 5:50 AM

WHILE flowers, fairies and everything nice are usually the starting points for any fine jewellery collection, fearsome beasts somehow figure strongly in the most distinctive of jewellery designs. From Bulgari's serpents to Cartier's panthers, predatory beings make for fierce bling.

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