Jewellery brand Le Vian has announced its new “multi-year” partnership with luxury chocolate brand Godiva.

The duo will kick off their collaboration with the release of a new Chocolate Diamonds jewellery collection.

The partnership is set to debut exclusively at Kay Jewelers in the US in time for Valentine’s Day.


Le Vian has captured Godiva’s classic dark chocolate Ganache Heart with a pendant of the same name, with Chocolate Diamonds on a 14K honey gold chain, incorporating diamonds weighing three eighths of a carat.

The collection’s Strawberry and Chocolate Heart is a tribute to Godiva’s Strawberry Crème Tarte Truffle and uses striking passion rubies as well as Chocolate Diamonds and white diamonds totalling half a carat in weight on a 14K strawberry gold chain.

The third piece of this special collection, the Truffle Pendant, is inspired by Godiva’s Milk Chocolate Truffle and incorporates a total of half a carat of Chocolate Diamonds and Nude Diamonds with a 14K honey gold chain.

Le Vian chief executive officer, Eddie LeVian, commented: “For 2022, Le Vian forecasted Chocolate Diamonds as the obsession of the year. The Godiva x Le Vian collaboration is our first creative interpretation of the power, pleasure and wonder of chocolate. This collection of delectable Chocolate Diamond jewels, inspired by Godiva’s exquisite premium chocolates, were made with love to be savored by Valentines this year.”

Tonia Zehrer, senior vice president and chief merchandising officer at Signet Jewelers, parent company of Kay, commented: “The Le Vian collection at Kay Jewelers is a customer favorite with new meaningful launches every year. The Godiva x Le Vian partnership is a natural fit – who wouldn’t want delicious premium chocolate with beautiful jewellery to match?

“As we continue to see our customers celebrate those closest to them, we are thrilled to exclusively premier these unique and exclusive design packages to help them say, ‘I love you.’”

View images of the new Le Vian x Godiva Chocolate Diamonds collection below:

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