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Jewellery / 27 September 2019
At Chaumet’s exhibition in Paris, ‘Autrement’, a series of portraits by Swedish photographer Julia Hetta posits the fluid art of donning jewellery.
The ornamental meets the functional in these watches.
A vintage wedding ring of a Nordic couple led to the birth of Tom Wood, an Oslo-based jewellery label known for its signet rings.
Daniel Roseberry revisited many of the house’s iconic motifs this season, including an eye designed by the writer and artist Jean Cocteau.
Dazzling compositions of colour — rosy rubies, yellow beryls, azure sapphires — set these kaleidoscopic pieces apart.
The 85-year-old fashion designer’s very-first haute joaillerie collection nods to the spare yet bold simplicity and primary colours of Art Deco.
A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.
Crafted in diamonds and gold, the beautiful delicacy of nature is made to last forever in these jewellery pieces.
With the impending gifting season, Swarovski unveils a holiday collection of baubles, necklaces, bracelets and earrings that are designed to fit the many facets of modern women.
Following the success of its initial launch in Paris, the Clash de Cartier Studio takes over an art gallery in Robertson Quay.
The Manhattan-based Foundrae is a fine jeweller that creates its pieces around the belief of spiritual magic.
The badge of honour gets an upgrade with Tiffany & Co.’s first dedicated men’s pieces for its annual Blue Book high jewellery collection.
Ana Khouri, known for her sculptural diamond-adorned designs, celebrates two new projects this month.
Kim Dunham, who launched her custom signet ring collection three years ago, uses gold and sometimes gemstones to create wearable biographies.
The latest addition to Chanel’s entourage of timepieces is one that masquerades as jewellery with an unusual twist.
The colour blue might mean different things to different people. But at Tiffany & Co., it represents a world of timeless sophistication.
Adorned with a host of twinkling stars and the moon, Swarovski’s latest collection taps into the feel-good force of the cosmic objects.
A dazzling array that promises to remain a showstopper long after the flashbulbs stop.
It takes eight weeks for the artist Kathleen Ryan to fabricate one of her signature beaded fruit sculptures.
The jewellery designer invites T into her home in the Venice neighbourhood of Los Angeles.
Combining psychedelic motifs with precious stones, Brent Neale Winston is redefining the limits of her craft.
As men from all over the world start viewing jewellery as part of the outfit, tastes in design and materials seem to be merging as well — further blurring the lines between men’s and women’s choices.
Gems birthed in laboratories can be as exceptional as those mined from the earth. In a collaboration with Diamond Foundry and Dover Street Market, six fine jewellers make a case for the ethical alternative.
For their two-year-old fashion brand, Emma Chopova and Laura Lowena transform dead-stock textiles into intricately handcrafted skirts and dresses.
Tiffany & Co’s latest offerings put its weight on “Modern Love”, expressed through real-life love stories.
As chasing the elusive aurora borealis favours experience rather than indulgence, so does Swarovski’s ‘Sparkling Dance’ collection.
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