This year’s Blue Book, themed “The Art of the Wild”, is one of the company’s last collections by former design director Francesca Amfitheatrof.
Forevermark’s latest collection brings the jewellery company back to its roots with a modern twist.
Fine jewellery undergoes a surrealist, pop-art treatment at the hands of Toronto interior designer–turned–jeweller Holly Dyment.
Though the twisted helix is the spine of his designs, all-American jeweller David Yurman’s work goes beyond his signature motif.
There’s nothing wrong with chocolates, roses, and prix fixe meals, but jewellery may just be the most resonant nonverbal expression of love you can buy.
A piercing specialist with her own label of jewellery, Maria Tash is known for dotting delicate earrings all over the ear—to an effect that’s decidedly more elegant than punk.
Released annually since 1845, the Blue Book is the apogee of the house’s creative achievement, where the most beautiful geological specimens unearthed throughout the year go to shine.
As this year’s awards approach and the style set bubbles with anticipation over who will wear what, we wonder if the sea-borne jewel will once again make a splash—and covet a coral-inspired pair of Mikimoto dazzlers ourselves.
Anna Hu grew up in the world of music, but found her creative calling in fine jewellery.