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

Washed-up plastics made into jewellery for York Fashion Week show

York Press: Plastics from a Scottish beach will make it on to the catwalk in York Fashion Week thanks to local designer Kat Hick.

How to Succeed: Élise Gonnet-Pon, Managing Director of L’École Asia Pacific, School of Jewelry Arts

Life Style Asia: Élise Gonnet-Pon, the boss lady of L’École Asia Pacific, School of Jewelry Arts, shares her tips on building a successful career and more.

Ana de Armas sparkles as a Bond girl in the Chopard Golden Hearts collection

Prestige Online: It was revealed earlier that Chopard had a role in the newest James Bond movie, No Time To Die.  As an official partner, three Haute Joaillerie designs are worn by Bond girl, Ana de Armas, who plays Paloma. These pieces are found in the Maison’s Green Carpet collection, making them extra special having been created from sustainably mined materials.

Chaumet’s CEO Jean-Marc Mansvelt on historic innovations

Lux-Mag: The creations of quintessentially Parisian jewellery maker Chaumet may have been fit for an empress in the late 18th century when the company was founded. But the jeweller aspires to be equally at home with the modern woman around the world. CEO Jean-Marc Mansvelt tells Irene Bellucci how they make the new out of the old.

'All I Ever Wanted To Do Was Make People Smile' - Rita Ora On Her New Jewellery Collaboration

Grazia: Rita chats to Grazia about Madonna, the Spice Girls and her collaboration with THOMAS SABO.

Hatton Labs is the place to go for sustainable jewellery

GQ Magazine: We spoke exclusively to Jack Cannon, the founder of the London-based jewellery brand.

Chaumet, Place Vendôme’s First Jeweller, Reopens Its Flagship Store On The Historic Parisian Square

Vogue: Chaumet is set to reopen its doors at 12 Place Vendôme in Paris, a year after it closed to undergo a major renovation.

Geoffrey Munn, Antiques Roadshow expert: 'Finding treasures becomes instinctive'

The Telegraph: The Antiques Roadshow star says that he has developed a 'hunter gatherer’s aptitude' for finding jewellery after 30 years on the show.

Why a chunky chain necklace is the jewellery investment to make now

The Telegraph: Big gold chains are here again, but if the trend makes you feel more LL Cool J than just cool, it’s time for a fresh look.

The Duchess of Cleethorpes' jewellery! Kate wears necklace from resort designer

Grimsby Telegraph: Duchess of Cambridge wore a trio diamond Midnight Moon necklace designed by Daniella Draper during a recent visit to Cardiff.

Indian revival: why jewellers are looking to the east

The Telegraph: From Cartier to Amrapali, the most prestigious jewellery houses are reimagining Mogul-style splendour for the 21st century.

Baranowitz + Kronenberg creates charcoal interiors for Âme jewellery store

Dezeen: Architecture studio Baranowitz + Kronenberg has enclosed the interiors of a lab-grown-diamond jewellery store in New York's Soho district with charcoal-coloured steel walls.

How to Build a Pretty Macrobiotic Meal Like a Jewelry Designer

NY Times: Anna Sheffield has been eating dragon bowls since she was a teenager, but her latest version relies on an array of bright, fresh vegetables.

Joan Collins' Favorite Piece of Jewelry Is As Decadent As You'd Imagine

In Style: "I’ve worn it often over the past 30 years, definitely more than any other piece of jewelry I own."

Five fine-jewellery cuffs with fabric-like flair

How to Spend It: Designers are giving precious metals a tactile twist with bracelets that resemble tweed, reed or elastic.

Anatomy of a gem: Outsized atomic models greeted ‘Jewels’ ballet fans

Twin Cities: What makes an emerald, exactly? And why do gemstones sparkle? College of Science and Engineering students in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences’ Outreach Through Science and Art (OSA) group have the answers.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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