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Jewellery, Art & Design / 14 July 2020
A Swiss company is changing the way people grieve by transforming the cremated remains of their loved ones into gems.
One of Longines’s most classic models is now fronted by eight different coloured straps — and a new yet familiar face.
The second watch collaboration between Hiroshi Fujiwara of Fragment Design and TAG Heuer subtly disrupts a classic design.
In her studio, Erin Considine, a jeweller and textile artist, gathers silver detritus — and bends them into fluid pieces.
In just two decades, the Chanel J12 has earned its place as an icon in the watch world.
The collaboration is a new piece of César’s legacy, and of the larger history of artists making jewellery.
Transparency, for jewellers, lies in the colour green.
As the world adjusts to the new normal of restricted living, two artists — the fashion designer Christopher John Rogers and the jeweller Kim Dunham — share their views on creativity.
The new Maillon de Cartier watches are an ode to the extravagance of the 1920s.
Watches / 1 July 2020
A shortlist of the best timepieces of 2020 to connect with.
In a time when we are all stuck at home day dreaming of far-flung adventures, one writer finds solace in the accessories she collected as travel souvenirs.
When not worn on the wrist, classic timepieces function like works of art, unfurling exuberance in abstract still-life.
Through the forgotten art of engraving, Castro Smith creates jewellery that endures a lifetime.
Through Richard Mille’s innovative timepieces, carbon TPT traces the identity of the brand.
As traditional gold jewellery loses its appeal among younger Chinese brides, modern interpretations have slowly won over.
T | On Set, Jewellery / 21 April 2020
Through pieces of jewellery, a Singaporean collector of Peranakan descent, Norman Cho, traces the roots of his heritage.
In timeless fashion, gleaming white jewellery makes a statement, whether chunky, minimalist or encrusted with diamonds.
Cartier’s new Mauna necklace channels the combination of restraint and radiant excess brought to the house by the jewellery designer Jeanne Toussaint.
Whether viewed under sunshine or moonlight, the delicate pieces of Van Cleef & Arpels’ Frivole line display the beauty of nature in all its glory.
As one of the oldest watchmaking manufacturer in the world, Vacheron Constantin’s new women’s collection explores a new dialogue with haute couture.
Zenith’s El Primero was once considered a mechanical marvel. Now, it’s achieved cult classic status.
Jewellery / 26 February 2020
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.
From Van Cleef & Arpels, jewel-and-pearl pieces that all but dance on the ear.
The ornamental meets the functional in these watches.
With the early 20th-century emergence of the cocktail party came cocktail jewellery: bright, brazen, sparkling. Now, Tiffany & Co. offers a new take.
Jewellery designer Ana Khouri and the Olsen sisters came together for one of the season’s most unexpected collaborations.
Meet the technical marvels that are spearheading the future of watchmaking.
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.
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