Marina B pieces with pavé diamonds and emeralds ($2,150-$27,500) from the new Trisolina collection
When Guy Bedarida took over as Marina B’s creative director, he elevated Marina B’s classic pieces to embrace more contemporary shapes and visions. “It is a dream come true to restore the iconic Marina B to its original glory,” he says, and the new lines accomplish exactly that. These collections include geometric forms, precious and semiprecious gems and intricate, sinewy chains. In Trina, three sets of earrings ($6,200 to 10,900), three bracelets ($1,950 to 20,600) and a reversible necklace ($39,520) are constructed from gold and diamonds. Responsibly sourced from the mines of Muzo, Colombia, Marina B x Muzo is based on the brand’s Trisolina collection and embodies the Tubogas technique, which weaves gold strands and drapes teardrop-shaped Colombian emeralds. The integration of gemstones continues with Marina B’s candy-colored rings ($3,000 to $517,000) with amethyst, topaz and quartz gems. Two new suites that encapsulate the newest iteration of the mixture of gold and gemstones are Lalli ($15,000 to $82,500) and Simona ($12,800 to $59,000), collections that reinvent Marina B’s European style. Bloomingdale’s, 1000 Third Ave.
Photography by: Courtesy of Marina B