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

Melanie Bilenker depicts domestic scenes with a single strand of hair

Wallpaper: Melanie Bilenker’s delicate handmade jewellery depicts domestic scenes, inspired by Victorian hair art.

The demi-fine jewellery boom: Is luxury next?

Vogue Business: First, demi-fine jewellery brands tapped a new Gen Z market. Now they want to tap luxury shoppers.

Chanel's dazzling new high jewellery collection demonstrates why Coco's heart belonged to Venice

The Telegraph: While we can't travel to La Sérénissime, Chanel's one-of-a-kind creations take us on an enchanting tour of its sights.

37 Breathtaking Couture Jewellery Moments From The Original Supermode

Vogue: Couture doesn’t do half measures. In the years since British designer Charles Frederick Worth founded the first couture house (House of Worth) in 1858 on Paris’s Rue de la Paix, scene-stealing bridal gowns, unfathomably intricate hand-stitched beading and acres of delicate lace have become (just a few of) the artisanal signatures of the world’s most unapologetically ostentatious biannual fashion week.

Lady Gaga sends powerful message of peace with her inauguration brooch

Evening Standard: The star sported a “gilded dove of peace” on her lapel.

Lorette Colé Duprat, the Designer Making Sensual, Utilitarian Jewellery

Another Mag: Alongside a namesake label, Duprat creates pieces for Mugler – here’s what you need to know about her.

Bargain Hunt censured by BBC watchdog after man claims show tarnished his name

Evening Standard: Bargain Hunt has been censured by the BBC’s complaints watchdog after a dealer said false on-air claims tarnished his name.

How Aurum LDN Is Helping to Put Preowned Jewellery on the Map

Popsugar: Gold jewellery has grown in popularity in recent years, thanks to brands like Missoma, Orelia, and Astrid + Miyu, who have helped make classic pieces more affordable and accessible through gold plating and the use of brass metals.

Power earrings + matching lipstick = the easiest two-minute Zoom styling hack

Evening Standard: In the market for a quick feel-good fix? Chloe Street has the perfect pairing.

The love story of Emperor Napoléon and his wife Joséphine is celebrated in new exhibition

Tatler: 2021 marks the bicentenary of the French leader's death.


News Edit: 24th January 2021


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