Tiffany & Co. channels the beauty of aquatic life in its latest Blue Book collection, which pays homage to Jean Schlumberger.
Titled 1932, the collection revolves around three celestial symbols: the stars, the moon, and the sun. There are 77 pieces, 13 of which are transformable—from necklace to brooch, necklace to ring—containing sapphires, fancy-coloured diamonds, opals, rubies, spinels, and tanzanites.
The Landmark footprint spans 10 floors with a design-forward curvilinear staircase that was inspired by the organic designs of the late Elsa Peretti, who created many iconic pieces for Tiffany & Co.
Whether you intend to use one of these watches for actually diving or just for splashing around in a pool, why not take the plunge and sport a diver on your wrist this summer.
The best place in the world to find the highest-quality amber is the terrain surrounding the Baltic Sea. Ninety percent of the world’s amber comes from the Baltic, and one city in particular, Gdańsk in Poland, is touted as the amber capital of the world.
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.
Julia Roberts and her feel-good familiar smile have taken a leading role as muse and ambassador with Chopard, the Swiss jeweller and watchmaker.
Bulgari’s iconic Serpenti exudes a sense of seduction and style, be it a ring, necklace, bracelet, or timepiece.
Van Cleef & Arpels has added five charming playmates to its Lucky Animals collection. Teddy Bear, Dachshund, Frog, Fox, and Bichon Frise join the Lucky Animals family with a studied use of stones and whimsical poses.