Fashion

Budding Trend

Jewelry that transforms into multiple interchangeable pieces works for every mood.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY JONATHAN POZNIAK MARKET EDITOR PAUL FREDERICK

This secret timepiece concealed behind a brilliant assortment of diamonds looks modern on a silk strap, regal on an 18-karat white gold chain, and royal on its own as a brooch. HARRY WINSTON Ultimate Emerald Signature, price upon request; harrywinston.com

A simple clip system allows these diamond pendants to easily transform from drop earrings to studs to a stunning necklace. BUCCELLATI Ghirlanda earrings, $77,000; buccellati.com

Michal Kadar’s Tu collection of rings enhances a diamond solitaire with a subtle Art Deco nod. Pair it with any type of ring or wear it alone for a more modern look. CADAR Tu Sole ring, $7,500, Solitaire ring, price upon request; cadar.com

Hand-crafted in 1935, this single piece of carved chalcedony with old-mine cut diamonds can be worn on this 18-karat gray gold cuff, or unlock it and pin it as a brooch. BELPERRON Vintage Tonneau cuff, price upon request; belperron.com

Diamond mariner links offer endless options: Clip multiples together to form a bracelet or a long chain, or wear as a pendant on a necklace, or alone as earrings. JENNA BLAKE Charm chain necklace with diamond clasp, diamond Mariner link, and diamond earring attachments, prices upon request; jennablake.com

An elegant, long flutter of diamond leaves can be worn more subtly as double leaf studs or more daringly one each for an asymmetric look. WEMPE Leaves earrings, $35,350; wempe.com

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