The great abstract artists inspire the newest collection from Chow Tai Fook
Chow Tai Fook’s latest high jewellery collection, Le Labyrinthe Artistique, is inspired by abstract art and leads the curious into a parallel universe governed by geometric patterns and vivid palettes wish to approach truth as closely as is possible—and therefore I abstract everything until I arrive at the fundamental quality of objects,” Piet Mondrian, the abstract artist and father of the Dutch de Stijl movement, famously said. It’s with a similar mindset that esteemed Hong Kong jewellery house Chow Tai Fook has created its newest high jewellery collection, Le Labyrinthe Artistique (French for “the art labyrinth”), in homage to the titans of abstract art.
Art entrepreneur Adrian Cheng, Executive Director of Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group and the Founder of the K11 Art Foundation, is particularly proud of this project. He describes the collection as the brand’s first ever art jewellery line inspired by the work of famous abstract artists—one that is aimed at celebrating their contributions to art history. He explains, “We have distilled the very essence behind the rhythm of colours, shapes, brushstrokes, size, scale and the aesthetic