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News Edit: 22 July 2018

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

All that glitters: dazzling high jewellery looks

SCMP: Big is better and bold is beautiful when it comes to jewels

Gemstone-studded lace exposes the sensual side of high jewellery at Dior

The Telegraph: For all the comings and goings of creative directors at the fashion houses that dominate the Paris Haute Couture schedule, those who helm the city’s jewellery maisons tend to have a more stable tenure.

Big in Japan: Les Mondes de Chaumet

The Week: Les Mondes de Chaumet (The Worlds of Chaumet), an ambitious exhibition detailing the history of this most Parisian of heritage jewellers is currently taking over the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum in Tokyo, Japan.

Diamonds in my DNA: Mayfair jeweller Tobias decodes ‘affordable’ luxury

London Loves Business: It is not easy to balance a luxury product and experience with wholesale pricing. We started from scratch with a new business model without any legacy costs.

Did the Queen use her jewellery to send a message to Donald Trump? The answers are all in one’s brooches

The Telegraph: When Donald Trump made his blustery arrival in the UK on 12th July, Her Majesty the Queen was otherwise engaged.

Hermès Launches Enchaînements Libres, A Fine Jewellery Collection

Blouib Art: Hermes recently launched a new collection of fine jewellery called Enchainements Libres.

Comment: Jewellery Quarter factory conversion shows how it should be done

Birmingham Post: A recent news story published on the Birmingham Post highlighted the ongoing issue of the displacement of indigenous industry in the Jewellery Quarter by new residential development.

Meet Roxanne Assoulin, Instagram's favourite joy-bringing, jewellery-making grandmother

The Telegraph: At the age of 63, Roxanne Assoulin has become New York’s new jewellery designer to watch.

#TheBrand | Lily Kamper

Harpers Bazaar: If you're after a unique engagement ring, you need to look up this young designer.

25 best online jewellery shops

The Independent: Whether you're after a pretty piece from an of-the-moment designer or a statement necklace no one else will have, the web is the place to go.

The cool Norwegian jewellery label that celebrities are loving right now

Vogue: From signet rings to denim, bee charms to a pave diamond collection, in just five years Norwegian brand Tom Wood has cornered the market in must-have jewellery.

Vashi Wants to Redefine the Fine Jewellery Model With Custom Diamonds and Corona Beer

Business of Fashion: The online jeweller is dispensing with display cases and security guards as it expands into brick-and-mortar shops, betting a more-relaxed experience will draw millennial customers.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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