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News Edit 6 May 2018

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

Can the Man Who Made Coach Remake Tiffany?

Business of Fashion: Designer Reed Krakoff’s first collection for the storied jewellery retailer is also its biggest launch in a decade.


A jewellery designer tells us how statement earrings can help our selfie game

T2 Online: This season, high-fashion earrings are making a strong comeback as young fashionistas can't stop flaunting them in selfies.


In My Jewellery Box: Mahnaz Ispahani Bartos

The Telegraph: Mahnaz Ispahani Bartos was raised in Bangladesh and studied English Literature and political science in Massachusetts.

The Designer Whose Creations Entwine Art and Jewellery

AnOther Magazine: New York-based hyphenate Alice Waese creates jewellery with a sculptural sensibility, finding infinite inspiration in the raw romanticism of nature.


At Open Eye Gallery – Littlehouse Jewellery’s new collection

The Edinburgh Reporter: Sally Cuthbert has not always been a jeweller, but she is both talented and passionate about her craft.


Jewellers ring up shining numbers

The Times: Profits at Anthony Nicholas, which owns the Fields and Fraser Hart jewellers, are sparkling as it made £3m (€3.4m) before tax in 2017.


The British fashion designers to watch out for

BBC: Seventeen young designers have been chosen to receive support from the British Fashion Council (BFC) in 2018.


How to buy a diamond: a guide to carat, clarity, colour, cut and cost

The Telegraph: Anyone can buy a diamond; you don’t need a licence or a secret code word.


Van Cleef & Arpels Celebrates 50 Years Of The Iconic Alhambra Design With A New Collection

The Times: Women used to save their diamonds for after dark — until a jewellery revolution took place in the 1960s.




Rebecca van Rooijen


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