BOUCHERON Presents The New "ICON" Campaign

BOUCHERON presents the new "ICON" campaign that's both feminine and masculine, genuine and radical, innovative and inspiring. The "ICONS" campaign is a reflection of a maison that, since it was established in 1858, has stretched the limits of high jewelry by offering pieces to wear, released from the safe. pieces to be felt by the skin and the mind. those they choose to be empowered with, to show their true selves, to stand out. Between style and innovation, heritage and avant-garde, discover "ICONS" as Boucheron goes xxl.

From the genius of famed photographer-stylist team David Sims and Emmanuelle 
Alt, the "ICONS" campaign reaffirms Boucheron’s standing as the first jeweler to open a boutique on place Vendôme. Beyond this dynamic duo, the jeweler has also called upon two icons to embody the five worlds of its emblematic collections. Boucheron femininity is now personified by model Anja Rubik, chosen for her pure beauty and natural sophistication. Her male counterpart is Ludwig Wilsdorff, with a radiant personality that exudes Boucheron’s masculinity, a first for a corporate campaign.

“While remaining true to our history, this new campaign – stylish and assertive – marks a shift for the House. Our distinctiveness
is expressed through the XXL concept, showcasing both our designs and our ambassadors, as well as the unprecedented presence of a man. Ludwig Wilsdorff’s intense personality makes him the perfect embodiment of Boucheron masculinity. And Anja Rubik tells a story that is utterly consistent with the House, with cutting-edge energy.” Says Hélène Poulit-Duquesne, Boucheron CEO. At times accumulated, other times individually, but always xxl, the Boucheron icons are central to the images. "Quatre", "Serpent Bohème", "Jack de Boucheron" and the "Vendôme Liseré" collection form the campaign’s four jewelry episodes.

For high jewelry, the iconic question mark necklace embodies the savoir-faire of 
the workshops at 26, place Vendôme. this avant-garde creation, designed in 1879, is also paying tribute to another historic Boucheron icon in this campaign: the countess of Castiglione. “For this campaign, I imagined oversized versions of our icons while remaining true to their original character. I feel that Boucheron presents a cutting-edge, lively, authentic vision of jewelry and High Jewelry with these pieces, and that’s how I’ve always imagined Boucheron to be. Each visual depicts very different collections. The uniting theme is the stylish quality, both aesthetic and conceptual, seen in the various dimensions of the campaign.” Says Claire Choisne, Creative Director.

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