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

From Bond Street to Bond Girl: Dazzling jewels from the 007 films

Tatler: The role of the Bond Girl has evolved and developed over the years, but diamonds really are forever. As No Time To Die makes its long-awaited debut, Tatler looks back at the glittering pieces that have graced the beloved spy franchise through the years.

Vogue’s Jewellery Director Reveals Her Must-See Designers At This Year’s Goldsmiths’ Fair

Vogue: Goldsmiths’ Fair, the annual celebration of the UK’s top jewellery makers, is back.

DCK selected by M&S for new accessories collection in-store and online

Retail Times: DCK Group, the leading independent fashion jewellery business, is pleased to announce it has signed an agreement with M&S to supply a bespoke accessories collection across jewellery, watches and hair accessories.

Once More With Feeling: Cartier’s Sixème Sens par Cartier

L’Officiel Malaysia: The realm of high jewellery comes alive with the new Sixième Sens par Cartier.

Entrepreneurs: Meet the founders of Kimaï, the start-up using lab-grown diamonds

Evening Standard: London-headquartered jewellery brand Kimaï is looking to open the firm’s first physical store, as demand increases for its goods featuring lab-grown diamonds...

Shayli Harrison, founder of Mutani: "The metaverse offers designers creative freedom and a revenue model"

Fashon United: For experimental fashion designers, the contemporary fashion industry is not an easy place.

Emily P. Wheeler On Her Career And New Jewelry Collection

Forbes: Emily P. Wheeler decided that after a universally difficult year, it’s time to get out of our sweatpants and dress up again!

Chaumet’s High Jewelry Collections Come With A Twist

Forbes: The French Maison of Chaumet, whose first great client was Empress Joséphine, wife of Napoléon Bonaparte, reinterprets a longstanding house motif: the twist, inspired by the scrolls of the frieze encircling the column of Place Vendome, where it was the first jeweler to open in 1812.

Jewels and watches mix with contemporary artworks in fairs and auctions

FT: The presence of Cindy Chao jewellery at a charity auction at Frieze Art Fair highlights the trend for cross-collecting.

Boucheron’s Carte Blanche Holographique High Jewellery Collection is Light Years Ahead

Prestige Online: The oldest jeweller on the Place Vendôme in Paris is also the most forward-thinking. We talk to Boucheron’s Claire Choisne about her latest high-jewellery collection and how she’s making history by turning jewels holographic.

25 Independent Jewellers Band Together in Charity Auction to Support Afghan Women

Prestige Online: Watching the devastating events unfold in Afghanistan has no doubt been a horrifying and helpless experience for many, as we, rooted to our seats with our eyes fixated on the screen, wonder if there’s anything we could do to help the over half a million Afghans forced to flee from their homes.

Jewellery to Celebrate Milestone Anniversaries

Prestige Online: Choosing the right anniversary gift is a serious affair – after all, it’s a declaration of your undying love to your significant other. We picked some exquisite jewels to consider, no matter whether you’re celebrating five or 50 years of marriage.

The most magical opal jewels for October birthdays

Tatler: Tatler's Jewellery Editor, Charlie Miller, falls under opal’s spell, curating 31 sensational pieces – one for every day of the month.

‘Messy’ motherhood inspires Angus jewellery designer

The Courier: When feeling stretched in lockdown, Angus designer Jane McCance decided to create a business that empowers mothers like herself.

Last chance to see: Black jewellery designers celebrated at Sotheby’s New York

Wallpaper: Melanie Grant curates ‘Brilliant & Black: A Jewellery Renaissance’ at Sotheby’s New York.

Hair jewellery to covet and collect

Wallpaper: Today’s hair jewellery is both practical and pretty. We’re pinning our hopes on these simple and elegant accessories.

25 British jewellers unite for Afghan women

Wallpaper: British jewellers including Solange, Shaun Leane, Pippa Small, Annoushka and Theo Fennell have contributed pieces to an online auction (until 4 October 2021), with all proceeds going to Afghanistan-based charity Women for Afghan Women.

These chic brooches bring modernity to Victorian-inspired design

Wallpaper: Brooches, which take inspiration from the Victorian era, become cool and contemporary adornments from ParelParel.

Ceramics set with diamonds make delicate pieces of art

Wallpaper: CVC Stones has collaborated with Young Sook Park on a fragile new ceramics and diamonds collection.

‘Positive and a little silly’: children’s jewellery just got fun

Wallpaper: Children’s jewellery brand Super Smalls celebrates the joy of dressing up.

Diverse jeweller backgrounds shape inspiration and creativity

FT: A mixed-heritage Ghanaian, a Hong Konger and a Jordanian find success in different cultures.

Taliban takeover leaves Afghan jewellers in limbo

FT: Charities and NGOs issue global plea of support for female artisans who are still unclear as to their future.

My Favourite Pieces: Clare Corrigan mixes concert lanyards with Native American jewellery

FT: The British designer’s flair for ornamentation has taken her to the Paris and New York catwalks.

South Korean jewellers fight for international recognition

FT: Homegrown designers flourish abroad but only if they promote themselves.

Lady Hale on judgments and jewellery: ‘Maybe I should have worn a dragonfly’

The Guardian: After a famously damning verdict on the Brexit process, the supreme court queen and her spider pin became an unlikely viral sensation. Who better to model this season’s brooches?




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