Make All of February About Love

Objects of desire that last.

Why not make February a month-long romantic rendezvous? The lead-up to the amorous date in February is a deliberation of what “I love you” gift to get and to give. Why not extend the good vibes well beyond the 14th and surprise your loved one with one of these jewels or timepieces? These are objects of desire that last well beyond the chocolates and the flowers.




Tiffany & Co. Woven Keys



The Tiffany Woven Keys reinterpret the Tiffany Keys pendants, which debuted in 2009 and became an instant classic. This new collection extends beyond the pendant with earrings, rings, and bracelets, each distinguished by the signature woven motif in 18-karat rose gold set with diamonds.



Omega De Ville Mini Trésor



The De Ville Mini Trésor is a perennial favourite within Omega’s women’s collection of timepieces. As the name suggests, the compact 26-millimetre size is a refined accoutrement for the wrist. The line of five models—two in 18-karat Moonshine Gold and three in stainless steel—feature Roman numeral indices, the signature Her Time pattern on the mirrored caseback, and the date-free design speaks to the watch’s classic appeal.




Chopard Happy Hearts




The Chopard Happy Hearts collection has a little something for everyday style. Since its launch in 2009, the collection has established itself as one of the brand’s icons. Worn solo or stacked, mono colour or mixed, the latest addition is pink opal, a chakra stone from traditional Indian medicine, and a mother-of-pearl pendant.




Van Cleef & Arpels Alhambra



Van Cleef & Arpels began with the love story of Estelle Arpels, the daughter of a French gemstone merchant, and Alfred Van Cleef, the son of a Dutch gem cutter, to form Van Cleef & Arpels in 1906. They opened a boutique and workshop at Place Vendôme in Paris, and the rest is history. Alhambra is signature Van Cleef & Arpels, with red carnelian a sure bet for love.





Blancpain Ladybird



For more than two decades, Blancpain has created a special timepiece for Valentine’s Day. For 2024, the vibrant red Ladybird features a mother-of-pearl dial with red Roman numerals, and a diamond-shaped heart and Cupid’s arrow for the seconds hand.