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Magical and dream-like, Bvlgari’s high jewellery collection, Cinemagia, draws inspiration from the brand’s relationship with the silver screen. The range is all about bold irreverence – unprecedented colour combinations, materials, gemstone cuts, and artistry. With Cinemagia, prepare to embark on an enchanting journey into a world of unparalleled beauty. bvlgari.com…

Established in 1929 and hailing from Vicenza, Italy, the FOPE brand found its start as a goldsmith, which soon evolved into a well-loved jewellery label. Without a doubt, FOPE’s pieces are gorgeous statements, but the brand’s claim to fame is how it manages to blend craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology. Creativity…

Inspired by emerald cut diamonds, the Harry Winston Emerald Collection is an elegant timepiece worthy of a place on your wrist. Harry Winston earned his moniker, “The King of Diamonds”, because of his unrivalled collection of historic gemstones. He is also synonymous with the American jewellery scene because of his…

No fancy movements or embellishments here. These watches are all about clean design and good old-fashioned timekeeping. PATEK PHILIPPE GOLDEN ELLIPSE What the Patek Philippe Golden Ellipse lacks in complication (all you really have are hour and minute hands), it makes up for with a sense of inner harmony that…

As the concept of luxury evolves, so do attitudes towards jewellery. Jack Zybert, CEO of ZYDO, tells us more about the changing demands of their customers, trends in diamond jewellery, and the rise of the Southeast Asian market The book Luxury: A Rich History by Peter McNeil and Giorgio Riello…

Lawyer, art patron, and jewellery enthusiast Valerie Cheah talks about her love for diamonds and cultivating a relationship with jewellery brands Valerie wears her own ZYDO jewellery Valerie Cheah is one of those rare multi-hyphenates who seem to have life figured out. The lawyer-art gallery owner-art patron-mother of two (daughter…