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News Edit: 20 February 2022

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

High jewellery goes online with David Morris and Farfetch

Wallpaper: David Morris and Farfetch have collaborated once again on an exclusive 17-piece high jewellery collection.

Tatler's Jewellery Editor presents the most dazzling pieces of High Jewellery from Paris Couture week

Tatler: 10 of the most fabulous pieces you'll see this year.

Woman who launched jewellery brand with five items now owns multimillion pound business

Mirror: Charlotte Donoghue launched Say It With Diamonds in June 2016 and is now celebrating six years since she became an entrepreneur. We share her journey including how her business started off.

Punk meets tradition in Jacqueline Rabun’s new jewellery for Georg Jensen

Wallpaper: The classic chain is rethought in new jewellery collection, ‘Reflect’.

British jewellery designer reveals the trauma of being stalked for four years inspired her to create £300 'knuckleduster' rings - and Adele, Fearne Cotton and Rihanna are fans

Daily Mail: A British jewellery designer has revealed how the glamorous over-sized cocktail rings she creates were influenced by her own experience of being harassed for four years by a man she didn't want to date.

‘The creative community is inspiring rather than competitive' - Norwich jeweller Lily Read on her work

Evening News: Each week Kate Wolstenholme speaks to a Norwich local making an impact on the arts in our city. This week, jeweller Lily Read.

Hermès Kellymorphose: The Kelly Bag Reimagined As Jewellery

Luxuo: The exhibition explores, in detail, the components that make up the iconic Kelly bag.

A 555.5-Carat Black Diamond From Space is Going On Sale

Luxuo: An ultra-rare 555.55-carat black diamond will go on sale in February for US$6.8 million.

From golden breastplates to brass cuffs: Celebs who stole the show in anatomical jewellery from Schiaparelli

Indian Express: Celebrities like Cardi B, Adele, Rihanna, Bella Hadid, Kim Kardashian, Lorde, Lady Gaga, and Zendaya, among many more, cannot get enough of the maximalist league of fashion that Schiaparelli is charting for the world's sartorial history.




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