Roberto Coin introduced a number of new pieces at the Couture show, including these “Classic Parisienne” collection hoops, which the company said were the hit of the show among retailers.

Las Vegas--Anybody visiting the Roberto Coin ballroom at Couture saw what one usually sees when visiting the Italian brand at a trade show--tons of jewelry and at least one new animal piece (in this case, an owl).

Among the pieces most popular with retailers at the show were the new hoops and pendants in the “Classic Parisienne” collection.

They’re available in three sizes and two shapes--circular or an oblong oval. The earrings and the pendants come in 18-karat white, yellow and rose gold, all with diamonds.


 
Retail prices range from $2,400 to $3,150.

In “Double Symphony,” Roberto Coin takes a trend and makes it easy; the brand does the stacking for the wearer.

Double Symphony is an encore to the “Symphony” collection, in which the brand took some of its most popular collections and made pieces that could be worn together--stackable bracelets and rings, plus earrings and pendants that could easily be paired.


 
Like Symphony before it, Double Symphony includes looks from four different collections: Pois Moi, Barocco, Golden Gate and Princess.

Also new from Roberto Coin was New Barocco--new hoops in different sizes and additional bracelets in Barocco, one of the brand’s most popular collections.

 

Prices in New Barocco start at $1,000 retail.

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