L’ARTISAN DU RÊVE by BOUCHERON & Azuma Makoto exhibit, Tokyo

March 30th, 2014 by retail design blog

After the successful 26th Biennale des Antiquaires exhibition, Boucheron called upon the esteemed Japanese botanical artist Azuma Makoto for a unique High Jewelry exhibition in Tokyo. Azuma’s flower arrangements are works of art, such as the Boucheron creations, which are often inspired by nature. Thus, the encounter of these two universes was a natural outcome. The collection is inspired by nature featuring an array of dreamy flower and plant motifs fused by Mr. Makoto with the most spectacular floral arrangements.


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