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Here is a round up of this week's international jewellery news...

African jewellery designers bask in London V&A limelight

FT: Their work challenges the expectation of what jewellery is, says museum’s curator.

Jewellers and watchmakers grapple with when to enter the metaverse.

FT: Luxury brands study the possibilities while some warn of danger of being left behind.

Wanderlust Inspired Boucheron’s Latest High Jewellery Collection

Vogue: Freedom. It’s a word that Claire Choisne, the creative director of Boucheron, peppers throughout her speech.

The Most Dazzling Jewellery From Haute Couture Week

Vogue: Haute joaillerie sees Paris awash with more precious stones than at any other time of year. Here are Vogue’s picks of some of the most spectacular collections on display during Haute Couture Week.

LuxImpact revives old brands with modern ethical standards

FT: French company has brought back labels such as Oscar Massin, Rouvenat and Vever.

Artisan creates one off pieces

Cowra Gaurdian: Andrew Kershaw of Cowra is something of a rarity in regional NSW. He is a highly skilled jeweller...

Boosting Economic Diversification Through Jewellery, Gemstones Production, As Trainees Graduate

Leadership: In this wise, last year the federal government, through the Ministry of Mines and Steel Development and facilitated by the Mineral Sector Support for Economic.

Jewelry-as-Clothing is Trending in Couture

Fashionista: Long strands of pearls and crystals were all over the runways at Schiaparelli, Giambattista Valli, Georges Hobeika and Elie Saab.

Turkish jewelry industry seeks young talented designers

Big News Network: For a while, a time-honored jewelry brand in Istanbul has found it difficult to fill the vacancy of the in-house designer as paychecks asked by qualified candidates are too high.

Cartier’s clash : jewellery duality around the picot

Icon Icon: Cartier signs a new variation on the Clash collection, focusing its Picot signature in XL mode – a duality that reflects today’s femininity… Plural and emancipated !

Is the Democratisation of High Jewellery a Dream We Can’t Reach?

Luxuo: The rise of technology and the desire for inspiration and self expression leads to the democratisation of High Jewellery.

38 Pieces Of Bridal Jewellery You'll Be Obsessed With From Mejuri, Missoma, Cartier And More

Elle: We've turned to Mejuri, Cartier, Missoma and more for their expertise. Here's a list of the best bridal jewellery items to buy for your wedding day.

Kazumi Arikawa: ‘The man with the most valuable jewellery you never knew existed’

FT: The Japanese collector reflects on a major show in Tokyo and says he wants to open a Louvre-like museum just for his pieces.

London calling as Masterpiece exhibition returns

Irish Examiner: The UK's premier antiques fair offers the finest works of art, design, furniture, and jewellery from antiquity to the present day.

The coolest ear piercing trends of 2022

Lifestyle Asia: If you’ve scrolled through Instagram lately, you’ve probably noticed that ear piercings are incredibly popular right now. Here are eight of the most popular ear piercing trends right now.

Jewellers pay tribute to Queen’s 70 years on throne

FT: Platinum jubilee gave London designers the chance to share their stories of heritage and royal connections with customers.

Newquay students win competition turning beach microplastics into sustainable jewellery

ITV: A group of students in Newquay who have won a national competition for their sustainable jewellery are packing their bags for the international finals in Estonia.

Jewellery houses woo VIPs with first dibs to high ticket items

FT: Brands offer latest pieces to preferred clients well ahead of official unveilings.

Gucci’s third high jewellery collection takes a world tour

Wallpaper: The third high jewellery collection from Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele takes inspiration from cultural movements around the world.

Industry promises green mindset but remains dedicated follower of fashion

FT: Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030 hopes to help companies reach net zero.

Big beauty tech ideas 2022: Tinder for cosmetics, printable tattoos and NFT jewellery

Cosmetic Design: Beauty tech is a fascinating and innovative space spurring a wealth of innovation actoss products, tools and services, and there’s plenty to watch in smart personalisation, self-expression and immersive platforms.


University for the Creative Arts spotlights six design projects

Dezeen: Dezeen School Shows: a skeletal lamp and rings that encapsulate nature feature in Dezeen's latest school show by students studying design at University for the Creative Arts.

Legendary jewellery designer Theo Fennell says

This is Money: 'Never mind profits - it's Elton John wearing my brooch at the Oscars that gives me a `buzz!'




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