Boucheron creations appear in several scenes of the film House of Gucci, which was released on November 24.
Directed by Ridley Scott and adapted from Sara Gay Forden’s book The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed (2000), the biopic House of Gucci traces the three-decade history of the Gucci family dynasty, and looks back at the meeting and fate of Maurizio Gucci, the grandson of the founder of the House of Gucci, and Patrizia Reggiani.
Boucheron creations worn by the actors in the film include the 31-pattern Bohemian Serpent necklace, paved with diamonds, on yellow gold, the Pompon necklace, paved with diamonds, on pink gold, the Pompon Bohemian Serpent bracelet, paved with diamonds, on yellow gold, the Cypris bracelet, the Swan, paved with diamonds and rubies, on white gold, the Meisa ring, the Chickadee, from the Nature Triumphante Haute Joaillerie collection, set with tsavorites, tanzanites, sapphires, lapis lazuli and black lacquer, paved with diamonds, on white gold, the Yaroslov ring, from the Haute Joaillerie Hiver Impérial collection, set with a cushion-cut diamond, paved with diamonds, on white gold and mother-of-pearl, as well as the Quatre Classique bracelet, set with brown PVD, paved with diamonds, on pink, yellow and white gold.
In another scene, the Vendôme Chromatique bracelet, paved with agate, yellow sapphires and diamonds, on yellow and white gold appears, as well as the Fuzzy ring, the Leopard, paved with diamonds and emeralds on pink gold, with black lacquer. The Epure watch, with a 42mm case in rose gold and a brown alligator strap, appears in one scene. Finally, in another sequence, the Reflet large steel watch appears with its white lacquered dial and black alligator strap.
Founded by Frédéric Boucheron in 1858, the House of Boucheron has been built through four generations of direct descendants. A visionary creator and the first of the great contemporary jewelers to open a boutique on the Place Vendôme, Boucheron still embodies excellence in jewelry, fine jewelry and watchmaking. The Boucheron style, free and daring, never ceases to invent the classics of tomorrow. Today, Boucheron has more than 80 points of sale throughout the world and is part of the global luxury group Kering.