Mother daughter jewelry
Anne Paloma Picasso (born 19 April 1949 in Paris, France) — known professionally as Paloma Picasso — is a French/Spanish fashion designer and businesswoman, best known for her jewelry designs for Tiffany & Co. and her signature perfumes. She is the youngest daughter of 20th-century artist Pablo Picasso and painter and writer Françoise Gilot. Paloma Picasso's older brother is Claude Picasso (b.1947), her half brother is Paulo Picasso (1921-1975) her half sister is Maya (b.1935), and she has another half sister, Aurelia (b. 1956), from her mother's relationship with the artist Luc Simon.
Paloma literally means "dove" in Spanish. Paloma Picasso is represented in many of her father's works, such as Paloma with an Orange and Paloma in Blue.Paloma Picasso's jewelry career began in 1968, when she was a costume designer in Paris. Some rhinestone necklaces she had created from stones purchased at flea markets drew attention from critics, and encouraged by this early success, the designer pursued formal schooling in jewelry design. A year later, Ms. Picasso presented her first efforts to her friend, famed couturier Yves Saint Laurent, who immediately commissioned her to design accessories to accompany one of his collections. By 1971 she was working for the Greek jewelry company Zolotas.