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News Edit 25 March 2018

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

Sexual harassment fightback gathers pace in jewellery industry

Financial Times:

The trade is facing its #MeToo moment after stories of degrading behaviour emerge      

Meet Elizabeth von der Goltz, the woman behind Net-a-Porter's digital jewellery revolution

The Telegraph:

On any given morning, the majority of commuters will be heads down, staring into their smartphones.               

Chopard becomes first luxury jeweller to commit to 100% ethical gold

Harper’s BAZAAR:

As of July 2018 the luxury jeweller will stop using any gold that's not sourced sustainably          


As good as (ethical) gold

Financial Times: 

Jeweller brands are waking up to the human and environmental cost of mining gold. But sourcing it sustainably isn’t easy     

The Latest Fad in Jewelry Is Pieces That Transform Themselves


They’re called “party jackets,” and they can turn an old solitaire into an exciting, new piece.

Forensic jewellery follows the trail from gems to justice

Financial Times:

Maria Maclennan is pioneering the use of valuables to identify disaster victims  

Wallpaper* Design Awards 2018: Jewellery


This week we celebrated our winners with a special dinner in London - the perfect moment to highlight their award-winning pieces.       

A Complete Break Down Of Meghan Markle’s Jewellery Collection

Harper’s BAZAAR:

We have to admit: ever since Meghan Markle introduced us to her sparkling trilogy diamond engagement ring, we've been a little blinded.     

Jewelry site accidentally leaks personal details (and plaintext passwords!) of 1.3M users

The Next Web:

This firm sells cut-price trinkets through its website to customers across the US and Canada.        


Rebecca van Rooijen


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