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Rebecca Koven weaves intricate jewellery into wearable art New York jewellery designer Rebecca Koven’s pieces are bold, complex, and three dimensional, often featuring unusual colours of gold or colourful carved gemstones and intertwined with a story drawn from museum objects or ancient textiles. Model wearing Rebecca Koven’s creations An artist…

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Power, passion, and panache take centre stage in Chanel Fine Jewellery’s stunning new collection AMONG THE FOUNDERS OF LEGENDARY FASHION BRANDS, the life of Gabrielle ‘Coco’ Chanel’s is certainly among the most colourful and dramatic, making it customary for the Maison to relate almost every jewellery or watch collection to…

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Bvlgari’s iconic B.Zero1 design continuously innovates B.zero1 Labyrinth pendant FOUNDED IN ROME IN 1884, the jewellery maison Bvlgari is known for its wearable, larger-than-life creations, and for always dancing to a different tune. At a time when traditional jewellers all favoured the faceted cut, Bulgari chose to use cabochon gems.…

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More than just your ordinary bangles THESE ARE EXCITING TIMES FOR CUFFS. Films such as Wonder Woman, The Last Jedi, and Black Panther have rekindled a fascination for these statement pieces. Studded with diamonds, gems, and voluminous centre stones, whether in cut-out shapes with strong solids, or in uniquely abstract…

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DOUBLE THE FUN Get the party started with two-finger rings WITH SPRING FESTIVITIES AND SUMMER WEDDINGS AROUND THE CORNER, it’s time to up your jewellery game. Playful and often intricate, two-finger rings or double-finger rings have been around for a few years now. This jewellery style first became popular five…

JEWEL TALK WITH FANTY SOENARDY On her passion for big, iconic jewellery Fanty Soenardy wearing Cartier Paris Nouvelle Vague necklace and earrings, an Hermes cuff, and a Halston Heritage green dress A closer look at Fanty Soenardy’s Cartier and Hermes’ favourite jewellery pieces WELL KNOWN IN THE SINGAPORE FASHION SCENE…

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ODE TO ANCIENT TIMES Blancpain President and CEO Marc A Hayek shares the inspiration behind their iconic Métiers d’Art creations Villeret Cadran Shakudō Ganesh Métiers d’Art watch FINE WATCH BRANDS PRIDE THEMSELVES IN OFFERING THE HIGHEST LEVEL OF TECHNICAL EXPERTISE AND CRAFTSMANSHIP. But while a mechanical watch can boast the…

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Welcome Spring with the warmth of bold, gold jewellery TO CELEBRATE THE WARMER DAYS AHEAD, we pay tribute to the season’s trendiest and warmest hue — gold. From one-of-a-kind, statement necklaces and dainty, stackable pendants, to chandelier earrings and barely-there ear studs, nothing packs more punch in the fashion department…

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INDIA: SPIRITED AWAY An exciting jewellery odyssey across the Land of Gold Image courtesy of Volker Glätsch, Pixabay There’s just something fascinating about India — the place, the culture, the people, and the food. Yet for us, ladies, nothing enchants more than the intricacy of its jewellery. The Indian jewellery continues…

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Italian jeweller Fope flexes glamorous ‘muscles’ with iconic and wearable jewellery lines WHEN IT COMES TO BLENDING COMFORT AND LUXURY, few jewellers hit the mark as well as Italian company Fope does. This is largely thanks to the brand’s flexible mesh chain, which has now become truly iconic — it…