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Autumn Spotlight: Dripping in Drama

It's true when they say that not every trend to grace the runway is for everyone. Some seasons we're hit with luscious waves of to-die-for looks and others can only be described as a cacophony of bizarre juxtaposition. The A/W'19 runways most definitely hit the latter category between kick-flip 1930s glamour, goth-come-raver technicolour to everything giant, furry, fuzzy and faux. That being said, when it comes to shining a spotlight on jewellery, all the looks to touch the runway are not only wearable no matter how daring your style maybe but showcase all the personality you will need this season. Among

Central Saint Martins Degree Show Two - Design

Central Saint Martins Degree Show Two: Design Open to the Public 20 – 24 June  2018 Culture And Enterprise | Drama And Performance | Fashion | Graphic And Communication Design | Jewellery And Textiles | Product, Ceramic And Industrial Design | Spatial Practices With agency and innovation, Central Saint Martins students of 2018 are enacting real productive and visual change. Across seven programmes, Show Two stretches from fashion to drama and graphics to cultural enterprise. “A key role of an art and design college is to nurture, empower and enable the emergent work of itsv students. Hence the tag line

The Fenton Arts Trust

Funding: The Fenton Arts Trust The Trust is an arts charity, one which focusses its efforts specifically on the support of artists at the beginning of their careers. Each year there are twenty five to thirty beneficiaries. The objectives of the Trust include: the provision of grants which will support or reward work or performance by individuals early in their careers the provision of grants for institutions or organisations that share these aims. Grants are available to support individual works, activities, performances or prizes in the fields of drama, painting, sculpture, ballet, music, poetry and architecture. An application may come

Top Jewellery Brands To Shop in 2020

When it comes to selecting your favourite pieces of jewellery, it's a bit like picking your favourite fragrance - personal.  Some will always opt for golden showstoppers, others will love nothing but silver whilst others may prefer the mix and match of bright colours and different textures. Whilst the majority of us will vary on our top jewellery picks, what remains the same for everyone is the need for our jewellery accessories to suit our personality. Whether you're more partial to a chic and classic style or prefer the glitz and glam of eye-popping drama, there's nothing like wearing a

News Edit: 26 August 2018

A round up of this week's international jewellery news...   How Monica Vinader Conquered Demi-Fine Jewellery BOF: The 'accessible luxury' brand has its sights set on revenues of £200 million a year in the growing space between fine and fashion jewellery. Next up: new stores on three continents. www.businessoffashion.com   Tiaras, tea and the royals' remarkable jewellery: behind the scenes at London's Garrard jewellers The Telegraph: Fans of The Crown who are also sticklers for historical accuracy will have noticed that the Netflix drama omitted at least one tense moment from the 1947.... www.telegraph.co.uk Nikki Gewirtz of Lola Rose Jewellery:

Spring Ear Candy

Another jewellery trend hot off the catwalk for Spring/Summer 2019 is a modern twist on the classic hoop earring with a splash of colour and beading texture. Say hello to your ear's new best friend for that simple and easy understated demure - the beaded dropper earring!  Perfect for that quick but chic daytime look, the beaded drop earring provides a pop of neck drama without the extra fuss. A coveted staple for your ear candy game this season, over-embellished statement pieces are in for the winning when it comes to taking your 2019 look to the next level.  Whilst

Ishtar Liljefors' crowns shaped by cranes and Game of Thrones

If Ishtar Liljefors’ designs remind you of tiaras and rings worn in the American fantasy drama series Game of Thrones, it will come as no surprise to learn that not only does Ishtar take inspiration from her Scandinavian roots but her mum Maria is a costume designer who actually worked on the iconic television programme. It was photographs of her grandmother’s wedding day in Swedish Lapland and the bridal crown she was wearing that proved a trigger for Ishtar's early fascination with jewellery but in shaping her most recent collection, she turned to nature to add a new and unique

Mawi Launches its elegantly unique Ball Breaker Collection

This fall Mawi is thrilled to launch its new 'Ball Breaker' collection that screams nothing but elegant indivduality through its asymmetric designs and sleek geometric forms. Ball Breaker takes inspiration from iconic French erotic novel The Story of O, combining strong linear chains and futuristic golden orbs. These opulent mechanical accents featuring bolted chains and industrial size T bars are tied around collar bones and wrapped across hips as an unapologetic expression of unadulterated restraint and titillation. This collection of sophisticated bondage-luxe exudes high octane drama and promises to be a fierce defender. The namesake of the brand, Mawi was

Nadine Aysoy makes eye-catching IJL debut

London-based designer Nadine Aysoy made a dazzling IJL debut when she scooped the 2017 Editors Choice 'Show Stoppers' Award for displaying the single most eye-catching exhibit of the show. Her Mille et Une Feuilles 18k rose gold ring, set with one 14mm South Sea Pearl and 164 round-cut diamonds, turned the heads of the judging panel of magazine and digital editors, who praised its leaf design and admired it for having 'drama, intrigue and beautiful craftsmanship.’ “I love Nadine’s aesthetic and the consideration she puts into the market she’s targeting,” one judge commented. “Hers are pieces for grown-ups and designs

Degree Show Central Saint Martins 2017

Show Two - BA Jewellery Design Central Saint Martins Degree Shows 2017 University of the Arts London Crossing disciplines, Show Two spans from design and fashion to drama and cultural enterprise. Projects on show – whether provocation, performance or product – present a future in the making. Courses Jewellery and Textiles - BA Jewellery Design, BA Textile Design, MA Material Futures Image credits (Above) Scott Armstrong - Ring: jesmonite, red ocre pigment, gold plated precious white metal Elena Bonanomi - Necklace: 18ct gold, silver Kristina Ferenchuk - Ring: 18ct gold, garnet, citrine, green tourmaline Alix Ferracci - Neckpiece: satin fabric, silver plated brass, bicycle