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News Edit: 3rd March 2023

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

The wild new era of high-end men’s jewellery

GQ Magazine: The freaky fashion wave has come for the upper echelons of men’s jewellery, replacing staid chains and signets with exuberant, opulent hardware. And guys are buying in – at outlandish prices – like never before.

LFW: 5 standout presentations for AW23

Fashion United: When it comes to fashion week, a catwalk format isn’t right for all designers, and a presentation can allow them to display their collection in a more intimate and creative setting.

Grace Notes: How to hunt out vintage jewellery

Harpers Bazaar: In a new monthly column, BAZAAR Australia’s global content editor sets out to solve your sartorial woes.

Royal approved London shopping event you need to visit for International Women's Day

Hello: Shop 15 up-and-coming female designers before they sell out - supported by King Charles, L.K. Bennett, All Saints, and more. #ChangeAGirlsLife

Mum-of-three let go from her corporate job at eight months pregnant now makes $2.3million a year after starting a jewellery business from her kitchen table

Daily Mail: Brisbane mum fired from her job at 35 weeks pregnant.

Walpole announces the 2023 Brands of Tomorrow

Fashion United: Walpole, the industry body for the British luxury sector, has named 12 early-stage brands that will participate in its year-long Brands of Tomorrow programme, including sustainable knitwear label Navygrey and ethical jewellery brand Roxanne First.

Complete guide to the jewels and regalia to feature in King Charles’s Coronation

The Telegraph: From the Sovereign’s Orb to the Coronation Spurs, a number of invaluable pieces will be on display during the ceremony.

The 10 most iconic jewels through history

BBC: "Cursed" gemstones, beautiful emblems of famous love affairs, and symbols of dark histories – all these dazzling jewels have intriguing backstories, writes Daisy Woodward.

Trustmark scheme for jewellery re-launches in UK

Securing Industry: A certification scheme for jewellery sold in the UK has been expanded and re-launched in a bid to crack down on counterfeiting.

The secret, mythical watches of Van Cleef & Arpels

Prestige Online: Dedicated to the special month of passion and devotion, we revisit Mythical Couples, Van Cleef & Arpels’ romantic collection of high jewellery secret watches inspired by legendary love stories.

Keen on Green: sustainable French jewellery brands

The Jewellery Edit: Rouvenat, Vever and Courbet, the three French jewellers that disrupt the world of jewellery by using solely pre-loved or lab-grown stones.

All The Best Jewellery At The 2023 SAG Awards

Vogue: Zendaya does it again. This woman can do no wrong on the red carpet when it comes to jewellery. She looked stunning at the SAG Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday, wearing a dramatic Bulgari bib necklace that centred on an unexpected pastel confection of aquamarine, tanzanite and morganite gems.

The Best 2023 SAG Jewelry

Forbes: The 29th Annual SAG (Screen Actors Guild ) Awards proved the most alluring of the awards season thus far.

Architect and jewellery designer Ramona Albert brings a fluidity to jewellery

Wallpaper: Ramona Albert draws on her architectural background in her free-flowing jewellery silhouettes.

Make A Statement: Best Statement Jewellery Brands Of 2023

Luxury Lifestyle Magazine: From bold earrings to personalised necklaces, we take a closer look at some of the best luxury trends for statement jewellery in 2023.

McGown's Earsass wins Scotland's Fashion Jeweller of the Year award

Fashion Network: Sophie McGown, founder of jewellery brand EarSass, has won the Fashion Jeweller of the Year award at the inaugural Scottish Fashion Association (SFA) Awards.

Necklaces to Brooches: The Most Expensive Jewellery Pieces Sold at Auctions

Prestige Online: History is witness to several instances of people buying and commissioning exquisite jewellery that adorn their personal collections.

Polished Pastels: These High Jewelry Pieces Are The Perfect Palette Cleanser For Spring

Haute Time: Embrace the beginning of the new year with the ultimate palette cleanser: pastels. from Harry Winston and Tiffany & Co. to Cartier and Bulgari, our favorite high jewelry houses are indulging in sophisticated, muted tones and pastel precious stones.




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