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Dutch designer and entrepreneur Daan Roosegaade might have found a solution to one of the world’s main concerns — air pollution.     Creating one of the largest air purifier, a Smog Free Tower, it features a seven-metre high tower that uses just 1,400 watts of electricity per hour to clear…

South Korea-born artist Lee Yojae takes her love for the little creatures to another level. Using her expertise in metal work and jewellery, Lee combines her talent and interest for insects in her upcoming exhibition Revealing the Strangeness and Hidden Beauty of Insects.   “Attracted [to insects’] different and strange proportions…

Turning weaponry into jewellery might just be the solution to the chaos we are facing. Comprising of artisans who want to express their idealistic opinions through design, ARTICLE22 is sure to make an impact with its first collection, PEACEBOMB.     Made in Laos, the collection features handcrafted jewellery made with shrapnels…

The brand behind the micro and nano-mosaic setting masterpieces, SICIS launches its limited edition eyewear line that has become the talk of the town.   A photo posted by Sicis Jewels & Watches (@sicisjewels) on Jun 21, 2016 at 11:57am PDT   A whole collection entirely made in gold and embellished with…

Espace Louis Vuitton Tokyo is opening The Host and the Cloud exhibition by artist Pierre Huyghe tomorrow on 25 June 2016.   Opened to public till 9 January 2017, the exhibition presented by Fondation Louis Vuitton is an initiative to recognise international projects and to share it with the broader public. The…

Fall can’t come any sooner as Chanel announces that Keira Knightley is the new face of the Coco Crush advertisement campaign. Directed by the internationally acclaimed photographer Mario Testino, the campaign is slated for Fall 2016.   Already the face of the perfume Coco Mademoiselle  and the Rouge Coco collection, British actress…

Composed of vivid shapes, either in a kaleidoscope of colours or in brilliant black, the bold and linear forms of these pieces take a sculptural approach to jewellery that is as optimistic as it is forward looking. Purified lines symbolise possibilities, progress and even hope. At times embellished with psychedelic…

Christie’s will be facilitating an online auction of The Private Collection of Joan Rivers from 16 – 23 June. The late New York comedian and award-winning television host was best known for her works as the first female host of a late night network television talk show and in E!’s Fashion Police as…

A collaboration that commenced in 2009 between the Italian jewellery brand and one of the world’s leading independent organisation for children, Save the Children, Bulgari is once again committed to a new initiative, continuously raising awareness about the importance of children’s education.   Unveiling the new sterling silver and black ceramic…

Discovered 220 kilometres south of the Arctic Circle, the Diavik Foxfire is a large 187.7ct rough diamond. The rare stone was found at Diavik diamond mine in Canada’s Northwest Territories, an arm of British-Australian mining company, Rio Tinto. It is claimed to be extremely rare to find a diamond at such a…