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Your eyes glimmer at the multitude of jewellery out there. Yet as with your clothes, a piece of jewellery that you like does not necessarily make you look better. That is why it is important to choose your jewellery according to our body type. Learn more about it and find the pieces that will make you look your best.

Earrings that suit you

If your face is round or more angular, we recommend that you wear earrings that have a different shape than your face. Indeed, if your face is round, go with graphic shapes. On the other hand, angular faces should opt for rounder earrings to soften the angles. Meanwhile, dangling earrings are a good option for lengthening your neck. However, slender necks should avoid these kinds of earrings and instead choose stud earrings, for example.

Highlight your figure and neck with a necklace

If you are a petite person, you should choose a slender necklace, because a large piece of jewellery will tend to weigh your figure down. Larger people, on the contrary, can afford to choose larger jewellery. Note that long necklaces will lengthen your neck, while chokers will do the opposite.

Your hands, an asset accentuated by rings

You’re in luck if you have long slender fingers, as you can wear just about any type of ring and allow yourself to stack them. Thick fingers should opt for rounded rings to play with light and enhance hands. Slim rings, ovals and elongated stones are best for shorter fingers.

Make your wrist more beautiful using bracelets

Slim, dainty bracelets are best suited to people with small wrists. If that describes you, you can easily stack bangles and bracelets for an on-trend look. Bulky bracelets are best suited to thicker wrists.

If you would like advice choosing your jewellery –for everyday use or a night out–, we will be happy to help.

The Harcourt 1841 collection is Baccarat’s oldest collection. It is renowned all over the world for its iconic design. As its name suggests, it was created in 1841 with stemware. To celebrate its 180th anniversary, the Lorraine crystal manufacturer is having a dozen prominent figures revamp their legendary collection. One such figure is the famous musician Yoshiki. A closer look at this rocking announcement!

The Harcourt glass, a timeless model

The Baccarat Harcourt glass was first created during the reign of Louis-Philippe. Since then, it has crossed the ages without missing a beat. With its facetted silhouette down to the hexagonal foot and its bell-like shape, there is always a place for it at the most magnificent meals. It often graces the tables of the Elysée Palace, of European heads of state and of the Vatican.

And this year, this now iconic symbol of French lifestyle is being revamped by 11 prominent figures. To celebrate the 180th anniversary, the artists were tasked with preserving the glass’s heritage while also breathing new life into it.

The Harcourt by Yoshiki

The Japanese musician Yoshiki was among the 11 people involved in the endeavour. This drummer from the heavy metal group X Japan is a celebrity in Japan and in California, but he spends most of his time in France. Through this collaboration, he sought to create an asymmetric glass with a touch of pink. He also added horns to the piece to contrast aggressiveness and delicacy. To create this extraordinary piece, Yoshiki worked with glassmaker Kazuki Takizawa. The multi-facetted glass nearly seems as though it were on fire from the front. And when you go to drink, inside there is a poisonous flower that appears to be blooming.

Come by and take a look at the wonderful Baccarat creations available at the Molitor shop.

Hermès is freshening up its collection of timepieces with some sportier models. The H08 range features smoother lines with softer edges and masculine overtones, a new offering that is the perfect complement to the brand's collections. A closer look at the chic and sporty Hermès H08.

Hermès quality

The Hermès H08 collection is powered by calibre H1837, which is made by Hermès at its production plant in Switzerland. The movement oscillates at 28,800 vibrations per hour and builds up a 50-hour power reserve, meaning that you can forget about winding it the entire weekend. In terms of water resistance, it withstands up to 10 bar. All the watches in this range come with either an orange or black rubber strap or a black or blue fabric strap. It is also possible to opt for a titanium bracelet with satin-brushed central links and a butterfly clasp.

A watch for the modern man

The cushion-shaped case measuring 39 x 39 mm comes in three versions. The Hermès H08 can have a case in graphene composite, matte black DLC-coated titanium or brushed titanium. The flat sapphire glass has anti-reflective treatment, as does the transparent case back offering a view of the in-house movement. Meanwhile, the bezel features an attractive sunray finish. There are Arabic numerals placed on the outer part of the dial as well as a date window at 4:30. The indexes and hands are coated in Super-LumiNova® to ensure excellent readability in all conditions!

A nice geometric piece that Hermès has created with talent. Come take a look at it at the Molitor shop.

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