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In brief: Mellerio’s €48,000 necklace; Dyson’s best hairdryer to date; Merve Bayindir goes adventurous

If you’ve a spare €48,000, there’s a new necklace, while Dyson and Merve Bayindir bring out more creativity with their latest offerings
March 19, 2024/9.49

Mellerio has launched its Pierreries Blue necklace, inspired by the jewels created by the Mellerio family between 1820 and 1830. This azure version joins earlier designs by Mellerio’s artistic director, Laure-Isabelle Mellerio, who is descended directly from the brand’s founders in the 17th century.

This necklace in 18 ct yellow gold has a floral beaded pattern in 18 ct pink gold, a leaves’ pattern in 18 ct green gold, and milky aquamarines, topaz and apatites. It retails for €48,000 including tax, and can be ordered now online, or at Mellerio’s boutique at 9, rue de la Paix, Paris.


Dyson has released its Supersonic Nural, its most intelligent hairdryer to date. Sir James Dyson himself launched the product in South Korea. Its retail price in New Zealand is NZ$799, and it hits and Dyson Demo stores from April 11.

Cleverly, the Supersonic Nural knows, through an infrared beam, when it’s close to your hair, and reduces the heat automatically to 55°C, minimizing hair and scalp damage. This improves the styling experience and enhances hair shine. It also adapts to a user’s styling preference, remembering their last-used heat and airflow settings for each styling attachment.

Finally, Merve Bayindir has launched a new millinery collection for spring, dubbed What If?. It comprises 45 pieces in six lines, each designed to challenge convention and provide their wearers with individual statements.

The collection appears first on Merve Bayindir’s website.

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