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As we find our 'new normal' here is a round up of last week's international jewellery news...

Jewelry crush: The 1970s sunglasses chain by Zoï Paris

Vogue: Spotted at several fashion shows recently, the glasses chain is making a comeback. And that's the daring gamble this jewelry designer has taken. We're crushing on this vintage-inspired piece of jewelry for this summer.

The Minimalist’s Guide to Elegant, Everyday Jewelry

Vogue: Every wardrobe should establish a roster of minimal, everyday jewelry, whether you prefer silver, gold, or a combination of both. Finding the right pieces that feel personal can take time, and quality metals come in a wide range of prices.

Chaumet’s director of heritage on why jewellery is an emotional gift

Vogue: The French jewellery maison marks its  240th anniversary with a new store opening, and reflects on jewellery's enduring meaning.

Piaget Brings Together A League Of Extraordinary Women

Harpers Bazaar: The luxury brand celebrates female empowerment with its latest campaign.

Shaun Leane celebrates 21 years of avant-garde jewellery design

Wallpaper: A new book goes behind the scenes of a rich and varied jewellery career.

Jewellery designers share their most precious personal pieces

Wallpaper: A host of jewellers have given us a peek at the jewellery bringing them solace during lockdown.

What will shopping for jewellery, engagement and wedding rings look like post-lockdown?

The Telegraph: Jewellers are tentatively preparing to reopen in early June, but the shopping experience could look wildly different.

Dundee University student designing jewellery to raise funds for national veterans charity

Evening Telegraph: A University of Dundee design student will sell her jewellery to raise funds for a national charity.

Normal People: Channel your inner Connell Waldron with one of these chains

Independent: The dizzying allure of his unadorned silver necklace has given it cult status.

Normal People star Paul Mescal is auctioning off one of his famous chains to raise money for a mental health charity

Wigan Today: Fans of hit BBC drama, Normal People, now have the chance to bid on Connell Waldron's iconic silver chain necklace in a charity raffle.

Dior Presents New Haute Joaillerie Collection, Dior Et Moi—A Romantic Revival

Thailand Tatler: The creative director of Christian Dior’s fine jewellery division has dreamt up 39 transgressive creations inspired by historical style.

Jewellery brand launches accelerator programme for retail startups

B Daily: The owner of a London-based jewellery company has launched a new mentoring programme to support independent retail businesses with expansion.

Raising the BAR:

B Daily: Jewellery entrepreneur Sophie Mckay on sustainability, integrity and making ethical business decisions in uncertain times.

Sydney auction house reopens with Wakil Emerald bidding

9 News: Among the kaleidoscope of businesses that were forced to close when coronavirus seeped into our lives were the nation's auctioneers of fine art and objects.

Summer 2020 Jewellery Trend: Colourful Jewels And Stackable Rings

Asia Tatler: With the approach of the summer, the trend for more color in ready-to-wear and accessories is exerting an increasing influence in the world of jewelry, as evidenced by the most recent Stylight report, which notes a growing interest in colorful beads and rainbow stones.

Frances Bendixson, maker of distinctive fine jewellery – obituary

The Telegraph: Frances Bendixson, who has died aged 85, was one of the most original and idiosyncratic jewellers of her time.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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