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The 237-year-old house of Chaumet reinvented their jewellery case, a symbol of the Maison's identity and illustrious history of nonpareil craftsmanship.
Pieces from Shaun Leane's personal archive, including many of his critically acclaimed McQueen creations, will go under the hammer today in New York.
Chao-Hsien Kuo is a Taiwanese jeweller borrowing from Korean techniques, designing for the Finnish.
French fashion designer Gaspard Yurkievich designed dresses for necklaces and bracelets.
As one designer said: “Women are wearing more masculine things and men are more comfortable in wearing jewellery.”
Move over matchy-matchy: Fashion's trend for bold mash-ups of contrasting prints and colours is making its way into the world of jewellery.
Jewellery houses won't identify the gem sculptors they employ for fear of rivals. And over generations, the artisans themselves have become just as reticent.
A new high jewellery collection fabricated for Swarovski features diamonds and emeralds grown in laboratories.
Creations that blend social activism, art, design and fashion — partly trying to counter the patriarchal associations of traditional Indian jewellery.
The fashion designer on the comeback of jewellery and his collaboration with Atelier Swarovski.
Chandelier styles — flashy, glamorous and unapologetically decadent — with a punk-rock edge.
Tiffany & Co.’s luxury Home and Accessories collection — where impeccable design and everyday functionality meet.
A father-son duo making jade contemporary again, simultaneously reviving the once glorious trade.
Architect turned jewellery designer, Stephanie Choo on building dainty jewellery pieces like they were buildings.
The founders of Van Cleef & Arpels draw deep from their passion for dance, which has sparked some of the maison’s most remarkable pieces as well as inspired the creation of ballet performances.
From the sapphire waters of Santorini to the pale bays of the Bahamas, these gems echo the colours of the oceans.
Though Wass also sells less ostentatious jewellery, she sees futuristic designs like this as the soul of her company.
Allow Monsieur Dior's lucky star to sit quietly on your wrist.
Soon-to-wed couples are increasingly jaded of the few cliché jewellery outlets. Here's a meaningful and simple solution – make it yourself.
Coco Chanel's relationship with the Duke of Westminister was fraught with affairs and fights. This exciting chapter of Chanel's life is now captured in a high jewellery collection.
Give in to these unchanging, simple cuffs speckled with diamonds and gemstones.
Classic necklaces, earrings, cuffs, and rings are increasingly abstract and poetic.
Jewellery, that peculiarly intimate accessory, has long been associated with protection, whether spiritual, emotional or even physical.
Pieces of jewellery can be cerebral commentaries, they can invoke emotions. They're made in the likeness of art but denied entry into the art community.
Little trinkets of moonstone, amethyst, and pearl set in gold and silver are unexpectedly potent couriers of memory – founder of By Invite Only tells us all.
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