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As we find our 'new normal' here is a round up of last week's international jewellery news...

Chopard brings a playful edge to its red carpet-worthy high jewellery

The Telegraph: A necklace featuring 90 carats of heart-shaped diamonds and gemstone-studded animals are among the highlights of Chopard's 2020 collection.

Sustainability Tips from Jewellery Designer, Pippa Small

Vanity Fair: Inspiration from the acclaimed designer.

July 2020: What's New In Jewellery

Tatler: This month, expect summery, everyday, and nature-inspired jewellery pieces—as well as some truly stunning engagement rings.

Your Guide To Wearing Men's Jewellery Right

Tatler: With more options than ever when it comes to wearing men’s jewellery, stylist Perpetua Ip shares her list of dos and don’ts.

Dolce & Gabbana's Alta Gioielleria collection took holiday jewellery to new extremes

The Telegraph: Fantastical florals and gemstone-studded fruits feature in Dolce & Gabbana's extravagantly bejewelled ode to the bel paese.

Glass reviews new book about British jeweller Shaun Leane by Vivienne Becker, Joanna Hardy, Claire Wilcox and Shaun Leane

Glass: There are very few friendships in the history of fashion that have accumulated to the same level of innovation between two creatives in the same way Alexander McQueen and Shaun Leane did.

Luxury jeweller Sener Besim opens first flagship

AFR: The new home for the designer's contemporary jewellery and eyewear collections perfectly showcases his minimalist masterpieces.

Cornwall jeweller auctions bespoke ring for the NHS

ITV: An anonymous jeweller is auctioning off an 18ct white gold rainbow gemmed ring to raise money to support frontline NHS staff during the pandemic.

Pomellato Raises The Bar With Its First High Jewellery Collection

Vogue: When he first started work on La Gioia, Pomellato’s first-ever high jewellery collection, creative director Vincenzo Castaldo decided to take stock.

Fed Up With Your Four Walls? Let Piaget’s Latest High Jewellery Collection Whisk You To A Tropical Jungle

Vogue: There is a well-timed sense of escapism to “Wings of Light”, the 2020 high jewellery collection from Piaget. The collection takes us on a trip to a tropical destination of paradisal beauty with a fantastical bird as our guide.

Bulgari CEO Expects to Recover Lost Sales Within Two Years

BoF: The LVMH-owned luxury jewellery company is betting on a recovery in consumer demand, especially in countries like China which has seen an uptick in domestic spending.

Fire strikes at bar in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter

BBC: A fire has broken out at a bar in a converted factory in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter.

Boucheron Works Celestial Magic With Its Latest High Jewellery Collection

Vogue: Claire Choisne is a jewellery magician. The Boucheron creative director’s charm and modesty belies her absolute power to innovate and captivate with her creations, and at the same time make pieces that are utterly wearable.

Chaumet pays homage to the 'couturier of jewellery' in its new Perspectives collection

The Telegraph: An architectural theme runs throughout the new high jewellery collection, which honours Pierre Sterlé's goldsmithing expertise.

Materials used by NASA and 2,900 diamonds in one necklace: this year's most spectacular high jewellery

The Telegraph: This year's high jewellery collections may have been presented digitally, but that doesn't diminish the exceptional craftsmanship involved.

Tore Svensson’s Joan Miró-inspired jewellery is a lesson in the poetry of reduction

Wallpaper: ‘Covers by Tore Svensson’ unites 33 of the Swedish artist’s brooches.

Bulgari's Barocko high jewellery collection pays tribute to the pomp and grandeur of the Eternal City

The Telegraph: The flamboyant flourishes of baroque art and architecture are rendered in a cacophony of coloured gemstones.

Black-Owned Jewellery Brands to Know and Shop

Flare: Discover your favourite new accessory brand to support today—because there's power in where you choose to spend your money.

Piaget transports us to the jungle with Wings of Light, its joyous new high jewellery collection

The Telegraph: Exceptional gemstones and artistic craftsmanship take centre stage in Piaget's latest high-glamour pieces.

The Biggest Jewellery Trends For Summer

The Times: A holiday glow is the perfect backdrop for more relaxed pieces, says Jessica Diamond.

Jewellery spending is down. It's still a good bet

Vogue Business: Jewellery is set for a tough several months, but the longer-term prospects remain upbeat, led by LVMH’s imminent acquisition of Tiffany & Co.

Summer-Perfect Rock Crystal Jewellery Is About To Be Everywhere

Vogue: As Stephen Webster revives the ground-breaking Crystal Haze collection for a new generation, jewellers are playing with rock crystal like never before, says Carol Woolton.

Celine’s Bourgeois Jewellery Collab Evokes The Spirit Of César

Vogue: Hedi Slimane is a renowned art lover, frequently collaborating with some of his favourite contemporary artists, including Cody DeFranco and David Kramer, for Celine collections.

Cartier Unveils New High Jewellery Collection Inspired By Nature

Harpers Bazaar: Titled [Sur]Naturel, the collection is a dialogue between the figuration and abstraction of nature.

Tiffany & Co. is pledging another US$2 million to vulnerable communities affected by Covid-19

Vogue: In celebration of the continued re-opening of its boutiques worldwide, Tiffany & Co. has announced the launch of its Tiffany Infinite Strength campaign, an effort which will further the jeweller’s commitment to Covid-19 recovery efforts.



Rebecca van Rooijen


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