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

Highland artist Gilly Langton celebrates 25 years of contemporary jewellery at Plockton Village Hall

Ross Shire journal: An internationally renowned jewellery designer is celebrating 25 years of practise this week by showcasing her vivid collection at Plockton Village Hall.

High Jewelry From Chanel, Cartier and Others Debut Just in Time for Emmys Red Carpet Planning

Hollywood Reporter: Marion Cotillard and Henry Golding were among the stars to attend splashy events planned around the latest high-jewelry presentations during Paris haute-couture week.

Out East, Renna Jewels Launched a Whimsical Collection Inspired by the Sea

Vogue: Renna Jewels is beloved for its transformative, imaginative take on the sea. To debut her latest collection, founder and designer Renna Brown-Taher hosted a glorious cocktail hour on the beach followed by an intimate dinner with a summer breeze.

You’re Gonna Adore All These Statement-Making Fall 2022 Jewelry Trends

Cosmopolitan: It’s go bold or go home, bb!

A jewelery collection inspired by Princess Grace was unveiled at the palace

Worldakkam: Prince Albert and Princess Charlene welcomed guests to the palace to celebrate the new jewelry collection by Van Cleef & Arpels and to support the Princess Grace Foundation of the United States.

The secrets of Marion Cotillard’s XXL sun-coloured Chanel diamond necklace

Oicanadian: Back to 1932, Gabrielle Chanel exhibited its first and only high jewelry collection, Diamond Jewelry, in his mansion at 29 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. 90 later exactly, the house Chanel pays homage to the jewelry of its founder with the high jewelry collection 1932, unveiled last May.

New Dior Print high jewellery takes cue from haute couture

Options the Edge: Victoire de Castellane’s collection plays with textured themes.

Rare gems worth $100,000,000 stolen in one of biggest ever jewellery heists

Metro: Crooks are being hunted after swiping $100 million (£83 million) of rare gems in an audacious 27-minute robbery being hailed as one of the largest jewellery heists in history.

Haute Couture And High Jewelry In Paris: A Conversation With Frédéric Grangié, President Of Chanel Watches & Jewelry

Forbes: Chanel presented its Fall Winter 2002/2023 Haute Couture collection at l’Etrier de Paris, an equestrian center in the Bois de Boulogne.

Tamara Ecclestone offers £6m reward for return of jewellery

BBC: Tamara Ecclestone has offered a reward of up to £6m for the return of her £25m stolen jewellery.

This new exhibition will celebrate Liverpool jewellery brand Boodles and 225 years of sparkles in the city

The Guide Liverpool: Boodles opened in Liverpool in 1798. Pure Brilliance: The Boodles Story will open at the Lady Lever Art Gallery on 22 October 2022 and will run throughout the gallery’s 100th anniversary year, until 5 March 2023.


17 exceptional high jewellery creations spotted at the haute couture week

Numero: While the haute couture week was in full swing between runway shows and presentations, luxury houses seized the opportunity to present their new high jewellery collections.

Haute Joaillerie Edit: Chaumet’s latest Ondes et Merveilles high jewellery collection explores marine marvels, featuring weighty precious stones from diamonds to Colombia emeralds and pink tourmalines

SCMP: Chaumet’s newest collection captures aspects of our planet’s oceans in a series of dramatic high jewellery sets from À Fleur d’Eau to Gulfstream.

Haute Joaillerie Edit: Messika’s new high jewellery worthy of an Egyptian queen – the Parisian brand’s evocative Beyond the Light collection draws on everything from hieroglyphs to the Eye of Horus

SCMP: Parisian jeweller Valérie Messika has dug deep into the beliefs and symbolism of the ancient Egyptians to come up with the latest collection for her eponymous brand.




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