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Many of Picasso’s designs are sketched on hotel stationery and faxed to Tiffany & Co.

Picasso draws inspiration from the world around her.

Paloma Picasso in the December 1996 issue of Italian Vogue.

Paloma Picasso in Venice, Italy.

Paloma Picasso

“My jewelry is about a joy for life and a timeless beauty.”

Born in Paris to Pablo Picasso and Françoise Gilot, Paloma Picasso is a true artist in her own right, celebrated for a boldly original style defined by brilliant colored gemstones. She started making jewelry as a teenager. Soon she was styling avant-garde theater productions and designing fashion jewelry for legendary couturier Yves Saint Laurent. In 1979, Picasso was invited by Tiffany design director John Loring to create a table setting for one of Tiffany’s exhibitions. A year later, the designer’s first exclusive collection of jewelry was introduced at Tiffany.

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Paloma Picasso: In Her Own Words

Paloma Picasso’s creations artfully combine European sophistication with exotic influences. Ranging from intricate, sumptuous forms to pure expressions of luminous color, her collections exude an original style that is pure Paloma. Her pieces refuse to be ignored.

Paloma’s Venezia “Luce, in Italian, means light. It’s inspired by the lanterns you find in Venice and the reflections on the water.”
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Paloma’s Dove “Paloma” is Spanish for dove, a worldwide symbol of peace.
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Paloma Picasso® Olive Leaf “The jewelry I’ve created pays tribute both to gardens as a refuge of peace and tranquility, and the dove’s noble mission of carrying an olive branch.”
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Paloma’s Calife Paloma draws inspiration from the world around her: architecture and museums, landscapes and sunsets. In Calife, she creates a motif of interlocking bands inspired by the works of Orientalist artists from the 19th and 20th centuries.
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Paloma’s Graffiti Inspired by graffiti she saw on New York buildings, Picasso’s first collection for Tiffany was instantaneously embraced for its bold scale, polished surfaces and contemporary lines.
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