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A round up of this week's national and international jewellery news...

The Most Jaw-Dropping Jewellery Presented At Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week

Vogue: Despite the riots in France last weekend, Paris was relatively calm by the onset of haute couture week on Monday.

The Jewels That Keep You Looking Chic And Cool In Summer

Forbes: I usually like it hot. In winter, I dress in layers, sleep in cashmere and hang out in down slippers that might be suitable for Alaska.

Jewellery industry urged to see the light on sustainability

FT: A recent global summit offered warnings on climate change and inequality but also suggested opportunities.

Early humans made jewellery from giant sloth bones

New Scientist: The bones were shaped by people using stone tools before they were fossilised, adding new evidence for humans’ arrival in the Americas before the end of the last glacial period

Inside the school of hard rocks: the college driving jewellery innovation

FT: London’s Central Saint Martins continues to foster some of the industry’s most exciting talents, thanks to its ethos of experimentation.

The Year’s Biggest Jewellery Trends Are A Tale Of Two Extremes

Vogue: Today, there’s plenty of room for both extremes, says Rachel Garrahan.

BAZAAR Showcase: Take Five And Embrace Your Luck With The Chanel No. 5 Fine Jewellery Collection

Harpers Bazaar: Based on the House’s auspicious number, the Chanel No. 5 fine jewellery collection makes for the most fashionable baubles— either stacked or worn solo.

Dolce&Gabbana high jewelery is 10 years old and “parades” among the centuries-old olive trees

Breaking Latest: This year the choice fell on Puglia and the annual event, since that “distant” 2012, has turned (almost) into a «Dolce&Gabbana high fashion fashion week», as Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana said laughing.

The Sheffield botanical jewellery maker inspired by her gardening family

Yorkshire Post: Their delicacy is preserved in precious metal.The fragility of floral art forms is strengthened through a process of hammering and sculpting using the silversmith’s traditional tools.

Silversmiths in Scotland get opportunity to showcase talents at Marchmont House

ITV: The next generation of silversmiths have been given an opportunity to develop their careers and showcase their talents at Marchmont House.

The most spectacular looks from Haute Couture Week AW23

Luxury London: If you have even a passing interest in fashion, we don’t need to introduce you to the fantasy that is Haute Couture Week.

Jeweller opens independent cafe in 19th century building

London News Online: House of Denna, a cafe, event venue and jewellery all in one, opened its doors on July 3 at the Royal Arsenal Riverside in Woolwich.

From Milan to Harrods: Pomellato’s immersive pop-up space in London

The Jewellery Editor: Pomellato's Pop-Up concept space at Harrods brings chic Milanese style to London’s legendary department store.

Tokyo-based Hum Jewelry Glows With Mixed Metals, Diamonds And Innovative Artistry

Forbes: Hum jewelry is designed by Tomohiro Sadakiyo and Yuka Inanuma, artisans and designers who appreciate Japanese artisanal techniques, material culture and the powers of adornments in equal measure.




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