Anastasia Tabarovskaia’s fuses Russian art nouveau design and Japanese minimalist principles to create handmade pieces of high jewellery. With five generations of creativity in her genes, and a patient, technical approach to design, she produces sculptural creations that bring to light her artistic coming-of-age story.
Wearing a handcrafted piece from Toronto-based jewellery designer Steff Eleoff becomes a visual representation of individuality and a statement of bold authenticity.
Brothers David and Michael Robinson are the only duplicates in their workshop. Working independently but synchronously at their studio in Paradise Point, Australia, the duo completes fewer than 10 pieces annually, making each piece the ultimate one-of-a-kind collectible.
Marla Aaron is the leader of a jewelled revolution in New York’s iconic 47th Street Diamond District. Turning away from traditional jewellery practices, Aaron finds inspiration in her everyday surroundings, bringing a rebellious and interactive playfulness to her creations.
Loren Teetelli spurns 21st-century tech to protect ancient jewellery techniques. Awakened by her archeological education and work at leading museums like the American Museum of Natural History, she spent weekends studying metalsmithing to better understand the antiquities around her. Teetelli’s skill with and passion for jewellery quickly overtook her academic career, leading her to move to Southern California and begin …
Dreams becoming reality—a tangible manifestation of creativity—is the premise of Bulgari’s new docufilm Inside the Dream. Spectators are taken behind the scenes to discover the high jeweller’s creative journey from conceptualization to execution.
Known for its bold and colourful designs, New York jeweller David Webb is making its Canadian debut at Holt Renfrew in Vancouver with a special trunk show.