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Olivia Palermo: 'Jewellery completes any look'

Published 08/04/2016

Olivia Palermo
Olivia Palermo

Olivia Palermo reveals her mother and aunt instilled in her an appreciation for fine jewellery from a young age.

Olivia Palermo doesn't leave the house without wearing at least one piece of jewellery.

The fashionista, known for her clever ability to mix-and-match trends, has been tapped to front luxury jewellery brand Piaget's new Possession line.

Olivia, 30, is a long-time fan of incorporating classic jewellery into her outfits, and likes to choose versatile pieces that are "playful" and can be stacked in chic ways.

“(Jewellery is) the final touch to complete my look," she told Vogue Australia. "It adds a lot of personality."

The former star of MTV's The City also revealed her mother and aunt instilled in her an appreciation for fine jewellery and quality products from a young age.

“I remember watching (them) get ready and they both had beautiful vintage collections,” she recalled, adding that she is also inspired by other females' style, and is always on the lookout for "the stylish women I see on the streets of cities such as London, New York, Japan and Paris".

Being a regular attendee at Fashion Week shows, there's no doubt the brunette beauty picks up plenty of ideas from around the globe.

In the Piaget campaign, which was shot by Olivia's model husband Johannes Huebl, the sartorial star rocks the Swiss luxury brand's collection with her own aesthetic, seamlessly combining her penchant for accessorising with Piaget’s signature refined approach.

She is seen modelling her favourite items from the new collection, artfully layering pendants, open bangle bracelets, diamond-encrusted rings, gold drop earrings and an 18-karat rose gold choker.

Indeed, Olivia and Johannes are no strangers to creative collaborations. The pair were guest editors for Tommy Hilfiger's summer men's and women's collections last May (15).

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