Basking in the glow of the festive season with friends and family is made all the more special with the gift of a South Sea pearl adornment from a loved one.
The advent of a new collection is always a cause for celebration and excitement is mounting over the reveal of 30 new exquisite Allure South Sea Pearls pieces just in time for Christmas gift giving.
If you were asked to select your ideal South Sea pearl, what would it be?
Would you adore an exotic teardrop Tahitian pearl for a statement pendant, or perhaps a perfectly round luminous pearl from the waters near Broome to showcase in a ring?
Under a moonlit Perth city sky, guests descended on a reimagined St Georges Cathedral, stepping into its ethereal wonderland of moody foliage and high fashion for Once Upon a Dream.
As far as age-old mysteries go, the discovery of the first pearl is one tale destined to stay an illusive secret.
Some believe primitive men on the search for sustenance opened oysters on the shores of the tropic seas, to find a glistening piece of nature inside. While other romantics say they were caused by dewdrops falling into the opened valves of a pearl oyster on a moonlit eve.
Cobbled streets, velvety smooth accents, quaint cafes, flakey croissants and effortlessly chic locals spotted around every twist and turn – this could only be describing one city.
Allure South Sea Pearls travelled to Paris with Perth-based creative Deborah Thomas for a collaboration, documented in a collection of stunning images captured during her sojourn.
It isn’t every day a woman has the opportunity to embrace her femininity, style an outfit and embellish it with elegant pearls and jewels to truly feel a million dollars. Nor does she have the chance to enjoy this in radiant weather and blue skies against the picturesque backdrop of Broome. The 2017 Broome Cup is an exciting event, once a year, when she can spend the day basking in this coastal locale, sipping champagne, in her finest ensemble.