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News Edit: 27 October 2019

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

Milan celebrates jewellery design

Domus: For the first time in Milan a week dedicated to jewellery: the Milan Jewelry Week, open from 24 to 27 October 2019.

Two become one in the hands of Lorenzo Mattotti and Van Cleef & Arpels

Wallpaper: Adding to the maison’s rich rollcall of artist collaborations, Nicolas Bos, CEO of Van Cleef & Arpels, was keen to find an artist who could unite the different facets of dance, drawing and high jewellery for the maison’s 2019 high jewellery collection, ‘Romeo & Juliet’.

Julianne Moore: my choice for the red carpet

The Times: Sustainability is close to the Hollywood star’s heart, which is why she partners with the jewellery house Chopard.

Diamonds in the rough: price fall 'creates buying opportunity' for investors

The Telegraph: A fall in the value of diamonds has opened up an investment opportunity for people looking to shield their wealth from the turbulence of global stock markets.

Rocks: the new wave

The Times: Instagram, WhatsApp, personalised shopping and even gem detectives – there have never been so many ways to buy jewellery.

Mum spent last money in her account launching jewellery line now making millions

The Mirror: The I Am range from Soul Analyse has gone on to win fans across the world including Gok Wan and Rebekah Vardy - but it was a massive risk when new mum Stephanie Dunleavy and her husband launched it.

David Mellors Jewellers taste success at Retail Jeweller's Inspiring Independents Awards

Decision looms for major Jewellery Quarter plan for shops, bars and apartments

Birmingham Mail: The plans for 305 homes and 100 square foot of commercial space have prompted concerns about what impact it will have on the traditional manufacturing area.

4 Independent Jewellery Designers Whose Unique Creations Deserve Your Attention

Vogue: Whether it’s “part emotion, part intuition”, a love of movement or convertibility, a new breed of solo jewellery designers are taking determinedly unique approaches to their craft, says Rachel Garrahan.

Edinburgh's Links of London jewellery store starts 'everything must go' closing down sale - including 25 per cent off watches

Edinburgh News: Edinburgh's Links of London store has started an 'everything must go' closing down sale after entering administration earlier this month.

Fears the Jewellery Quarter will change 'forever' over 305-home scheme

Birmingham Mail: Proposals for a major redevelopment of the A.E. Harris site have been criticised for being too tall prompting concerns it would turn narrow streets into 'dark shady corridors'

Jewelry That Speaks of Love

Forbes: In every artistic expression from paintings to poetry, from music to literature, from film to stage, love is the emotion that overrides all others.

Spring / Summer 2020 Jewelry Trends To Wear Now

Forbes: In my New York Spring Summer 2020 runway coverage, I wrote that the trends we were seeing, we would most likely see again after we headed off the international runways of London, Paris and Milan.

The Tiffany's advent calendar has been unveiled and it's UNBELIEVABLE

Hello: Could someone lend us £104k…

Bulgari CEO Sees China Jewelry Sales Rising Amid Slowing Economy

Bloomberg: Bulgari SpA plans to add stores in China, saying jewelry sales there could potentially double over the next five years as it dodges a broader slowdown in the world’s second largest economy.

Emmanuel Tarpin Creates High Jewelry Collection For de Grisogono

Forbes: Luxury jewelry brand, de Grisogono, unveiled a capsule collection of high jewels designed by its first “Artist in Resident,” Emmanuel Tarpin.

Tiffany's extraordinary advent calendar will set you back an eye-watering £104,000

Mirror: The calendar, set to be one of the most expensive in the world, will land in stores on 9 November - but only two people in to world will be able to get their hands on it.

How Catherine the Great Used Her Magnificent Jewels to Project Power

Town and Country: The new HBO miniseries starring Helen Mirren recreates some of the Empress's famous jewels, which she used to cement her authority as an enlightened despot.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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