he LV Volt collection unveiled in 2020 and designed by Francesca Amfitheatrof, Artistic Director for Watches and Jewellery at Louis Vuitton, explores the Maison’s cherished abstract art forms. Conceived as a leitmotif, the L and V intertwine their clean lines to create an architectural motif. The two initials become the unit of measurement of a powerfully graphic universal language, which transcends borders and genders.
The latest creations are a metaphor for movement and are enriched with new features. The variations of these iconic pieces are now set with diamonds on the pendants and the ear studs in white or yellow gold. An innovative setting is structured around three triangular white-gold claws to enhance the sparkle of the gemstone.
This vocabulary of shapes is also featured on a ring in yellow gold and diamonds as well as an original and sculptural brooch in 18-carat white gold. Hand-polished indentations in the precious metal echo the shape of the two legendary initials. Finally, the lines of the V increase in size on a new pair of architectural studs in yellow gold and diamonds with a brand-new design.
Launched in 2022, the LV Volt Play bracelets also introduce a jewellery interpretation of their cords this year. Available in two sizes, the central motif in 18-carat yellow gold represents the rhythm of the L and V.
The interchangeable bracelets feature an innovative braid of sparkling yellow-gold threads with red or black polyamide fibres. The graphic clasps electrify the modernity of this precious unisex bracelet.