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Watches4 May 2017
Her(e) And Now With Richard Mille

Richard Mille’s move toward the women’s market is well calculated.

Jewellery4 May 2017
Brand To Know: A Jewellery Designer Making Memories Last

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.

Watches3 May 2017
Hermès Cape Cod Shadow Watch

A 19-year-old watch reinvented in all black.

Jewellery26 April 2017
Designer To Know: An Architect Turned Jewellery Designer

Jaime Lim, a practising architect takes T through her infatuation with gemstones, and her side jewellery label [in]trigue.

Jewellery21 April 2017
Crushing on Chanel

The latest fine jewellery collection from the maison puts the spotlight on its signature quilted design.

Jewellery20 April 2017
Margaret Zhang and Vanessa Hong Create Photo Stories for Swarovski

The crystal accessories brand has teamed up with style bloggers to showcase the new additions to its Iconic Swan collection.

Watches14 April 2017
16 Noteworthy Watches From Baselworld 2017

In a year of global uncertainty for the industry, watchmakers unveiled an array of head-turning new pieces at the 2017 Baselworld watch fair, now in its 100th year.

Jewellery10 April 2017
Brand To Know: A Minimalist Jewellery Label – Championing Women's Ambition

Singaporean label Lucy & Mui's minimalistic jewellery is looking to refresh ambition in stay-home mothers.

Watches / 13 April 2017

New Hermès Timepiece Is a Stopwatch for the Soul

Introduced at the Baselworld, the Slim d’Hermès L’heure Impatiente muses on the poetry of time with a dial that measures anticipation.

Watches7 April 2017
Bulgari Sets Record for Thinnest Self-Winding Watch

The venerable Roman maison is making impressive strides on the thin front with its men’s watch line.

Watches4 April 2017
The Finest Watches – In Full Bloom

A jewelled bouquet on the wrist doubles up as a time-teller.

Watches29 March 2017
Tudor Reimagines the Clair de Rose line for 2017

A rose by any other name is still a rose.

Jewellery24 March 2017
Pandora's Small Trinklets – Has Lofty Ideas

Quite the grande dame of the accessory world, delicate little trinklets might be small in size, but huge on possibilities as a subtle accent for day or an arm party by night.

Jewellery21 March 2017
Brand To Know: A Line Reinvigorating Traditional Jade Jewellery

Cemented in Asian cultures, jadeites are often heirlooms passed down generations. But jade is back and jeweller Choo Yilin is breathing new life into them.

Jewellery / 29 March 2017

Introducing Tiffany & Co's Paloma’s Melody

Making twinkling, melodious soundtracks, beating harmoniously to one’s movement.

Watches19 March 2017
A Breathtaking Watch – That Orbits With the Planets

Van Cleef & Arpel’s poetic watch considers real-time orbital periods, revealing an Earth-Jupiter opposition on 7 April.

Watches14 March 2017
Cartier is Catching On with the Highly Male Watch-Geek Set

The Parisian jeweller long associated with art deco elegance and money-is-no-object opulence, particularly for well-heeled women has become an unlikely darling of the young male watch-geek set.

Jewellery9 March 2017
Plaiting Threads of Gold and Platinum Into Contemporary Jewellery

Kazumi Nagano draws from the 1,400-year-old technique of Origami to weave art-like jewellery pieces.

Watches7 March 2017
5 Ladies' Watches of SIHH 2017

These five picks are exclusively for women, with a different highlight for each.

Jewellery3 March 2017
New Classics

Indispensable icons redesigned with a modern-day appeal.

Jewellery / 6 March 2017

Parisian Pursuit

A cultural compendium of this and that.

Jewellery28 February 2017
An Artfully Bold Bracelet

Designed by Aldo Cipullo in 1971, Cartier’s Juste un Clou is, literally, just a nail.

Jewellery20 February 2017
Brand To Know: A Compelling Case of Pared Down Jewellery

Former head of design at Carolina Herrera Jewellery revisits the role of jewellery.

Jewellery19 February 2017
Subverting Social Messages

Crumpling social bodies under the weight of gold.

Jewellery19 February 2017
The Enduring Life of a Camellia

A fateful trip to the theatres lent Chanel the camellia motif synonymous with her empire.

Jewellery18 February 2017
The Silver Rice Lady

A relentless pursuit to reinstate value in a humble grain of rice.

Jewellery17 February 2017
The Dark Side of Silversmithing

Each season, Alicia Hannah Naomi and Alice Waese unveils collections of beautifully tarnished jewellery pieces.

Watches14 February 2017
Rolex Datejust 41

The essence of a modern-day watch.

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