"We wanted to produce diamonds that resemble the Louis Vuitton brand," says Albert Bensoussan, watch and fine jewelry director at Louis Vuitton Malletier, which has just launched two of its own patented diamond cuts. And here they are: The pointed flower diamond and the rounded flower diamond. The Vuitton diamonds have between 61 and 77 facets and have been set into various pieces of jewelry, including a necklace, which contains 108 carats and retails for $4 million. Vuitton has dubbed the collection Les Ardentes, which translates roughly as "the blazing." As in, blazing right through your savings account. [W]