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News Edit: 10 June 2018

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

Reed Krakoff on how he plans to revitalise Tiffany & Co for the Instagram generation

The Telegraph: While many column inches are devoted to the frantic spinning of fashion’s creative-director carousel, the jewellery industry’s head honchos tend to stay out of ...


Woman makes stunning jewellery out of fruits and vegetables

Metro: It’s nice to have jewellery that you won’t see on anyone else. So perhaps it’s even more special to have bling so exclusive that it can only be worn for less than a week.


Markles' Sparklers

The Sun: The Duchess of Sussex's sparklers box has shot up in value since receiving some very expensive wedding gifts and a loan from the Queen.


Coco Chanel's 1932 diamond collection gets a makeover for the 21st century

The Telegraph: 1937 snapshot of Coco Chanel tells you everything about her attitude to jewellery and, by extension, her spirit.


Making magic: Magnify Brands launches Harry Potter jewellery in travel retail

Moodie Report: Global brand distribution company Magnify Brands has signed a global agreement to launch Harry Potter jewellery and accessories in travel retail this autumn/winter.


Million-dollar orgasm

Daily Mail: Australian jeweller spends 15 years crafting a vibrator that's encrusted with 2000 rare diamonds and sapphires - and packs a built-in pearl necklace.


High tea with a precious design

The National: You can now savour jewellery a whole new way as French brand Qeelin joins with The St. Regis Hotel Bangkok to present the “Qeelin Afternoon Tea” in its bar on the 12th floor.


London College of Fashion stages the most digitally-advanced fashion show in its history

Evening Standard: Combining a physical catwalk with an immersive virtual exhibition, the next generation of media and design students showcased their graduate collections.


Classic pearls get a makeover courtesy of contemporary jewellery designers

The Telegraph: To anyone who thinks pearls should be restricted to demure little stud earrings or plain necklaces, I say string 'em up. Today, pearls are more versatile than ever in the hands of contemporary designers.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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