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

BAFTA 2020: The Best Fine Jewellery & Fashion Moments

Luxury London: Last night, stars of the cinema gathered at London’s Royal Albert Hall for the 73rd British Academy Film Awards. Discover the leading ladies showcasing serious sparkle on the red carpet this year.

All The Tiffany & Co Jewellery Highlights From Vogue’s Fashion And Film Party 2020

Vogue: The unofficial dress code at British Vogue’s Fashion And Film Party in partnership with Tiffany & Co? Diamonds, obviously.

Royalty’s Love Affair With Van Cleef & Arpels’ Alhambra Collection Goes Way Back

Vogue: To attend the BAFTAs on 2 February, the Duchess of Cambridge adhered to the sustainably-minded dress code in a gold and white embroidered Alexander McQueen gown she’s owned for eight years.

Local Art Student Turns Plastic Pellets Into Wearable Jewellery

Kildare Nationalist: ART student Deirdre Mahony, from Clane a first-year at the National College of Art & Design (NCAD) has taken part in the inaugural Kingspan ‘Reuse, Recreate’ design challenge using reclaimed plastic pellets to create beautiful, wearable jewellery.

Scottish Jewellery Designer pledges support to pancreatic cancer charity

Renfrewshire: Orkney-based jewellery designer Sheila Fleet OBE has confirmed that one of her favourite collections will support Pancreatic Cancer Scotland (PCS).

February 2020: What's New In Jewellery

Asia Tatler: Boghossian, Mikimoto, Boucheron and Van Cleef & Arpels introduce stunning new high jewellery pieces.

20/20 Jewels: True? False? Or Just Fabulous?

Vogue: Dramatic developments in High Jewellery include diamonds that beat Nature at her own game.

I’m a fashion editor and I can’t stop wearing this necklace

Marie Claire: You’ll know all about cult jewellery brand Missoma by now, whether you fell in love with Lucy Williams’ 1987 collection, the epic advent calendar or the Meghan Markle approved ring.

This is what the second-largest diamond in the world looks like

Harpers Bazaar: It's roughly the size of a tennis ball.

The Best Men’s Jewellery To Make His Valentine’s Day

Vogue: From jagged necklaces at Gucci to rainbow-bright beads at Lanvin, jewellery took centre stage at the spring/summer 2020 menswear shows.

These radical artists are screwing with jewellery in 2020

ID: Florence Tétier, Shalva Nikvashvili, Anouk van Klaveren, and Alan Crocetti are expanding the meaning and function of bodily adornments.

Francesca Cartier Brickell shares the untold story of her family's jewelry empire

Evening Standard: She began diving into a book on her family's history after discovering a suitcase full of letters in her grandfather’s cellar.

The Controversial Color Of The Year

Facet jewellery: Discover how this classic color can be contentious. Plus find seven sensational projects, which feature this Pantone color, for you to download for FREE.

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide: The Best Modern Floral Jewelry

Forbes: For all of you  who are thinking about ordering a dozen roses or blooms of exotic orchids for Valentine’s Day, they are always lovely, but this year why not be a little more original with a gift that will evoke the sentiment or lasting significance of your relationship?

4 Unexpected Jewelry Trends Taking Over 2020

Elle: What does jewelry look like in the new decade? In the past few years, we saw jewelry scale back: Massive statement necklaces from Gossip Girl's heyday were replaced by layered chains and charms, and we traded in gaudy earrings for a constellation of stud piercings.

Jeweler Pandora says China business at a 'standstill'

Reuters: Pandora’s (PNDORA.CO) business in China has ground to a halt, the jewelry maker and retailer said on Tuesday, as a new flu-like virus forced the company to shut around a third of its stores in one of its top markets and shoppers stay at home.

The Designer Making Grown-up Rainbow Jewelry

The Cut: Jewelry designer Roxanne Assoulin lets her accessories speak for themselves. The “Story” section of her eponymous label’s website, a space where a designer would typically wax poetic about a personal brand, says only “Blah Blah Blah Blah.”

High Jewels From Boucheron, Suzanne Syz And Chopard During Paris Haute Couture Week

Forbes: January is a time when the fashion industry meets in Paris for Haute Couture Week. It also serves as a time for the high jewelry houses to open their doors and reveal their latest one-of-a-kind jewels.

The master silversmiths behind the Super Bowl trophy

CBS News: Only one name stands for excellence in 11 different sports, from the courts of the U.S. Open to the green lawns of the PGA, to the track at Belmont and the fields of the World Series – and that name is Tiffany.


Rebecca van Rooijen


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