Five years in the making and working across two continents, the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) opened the doors to its Cartier and Islamic Art: In Search for Modernity exhibition this past weekend, and this is one you don’t want to miss.
The world’s greatest film festival is almost upon us. In a couple of weeks, the glitterati will descend upon the Côte d’Azur for the 75th Cannes Film Festival. Undoubtedly there will be plenty of fashion moments, but the ceremony is also a chance for jewellers to show off their daring creations—in the case of Chopard, the coveted Palme d’Or trophy.
While I’m sure we can all agree that love does not need to be celebrated with material items, it never hurts to treat yourself or the person you love with something sparkly.
During the two-week festival, Chopard took over the rooftop at the Hotel Martinez, transforming it into a club overlooking the Croisette.
A hand-selected variety of fine jewellery made for whatever life brings.
The prominent role of Neveah Stroyer, a budding Black ballerina given the chance of a lifetime to study at a top-ranking classical dance school, seemed custom-made, save for one crucial detail: Jefferson had no previous acting training or experience.
After the countless hours she has spent raising you to become the person you are today, why not give the gift of time with a high-jewellery timepiece that has a winning wow factor?
Tiffany & Co.’s latest Blue Book collection, Colors of Nature, unites Jean Schlumberger’s masterful creations with Tiffany high jewellery designs.
Also known as the cocktail ring, this piece was worn by women to symbolize independence and little bit of rebellion.