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We question the value of beauty as Argentinian artist Luciana Rondolini introduces her project entitled, Tiffany. The project features intricate bejewelling of real fruits that are already rotting. Using conventional fruits such as bananas, apples and pears, she embellishes the outer skin of the fruits with diamantes with the inner flesh…

A celebrated icon of jewellery insiders, but unknown to most, Suzanne Vuillerme Belperron (1900-1983) is one of the 20th century’s most influential jewellery designers. A master at her craft, Belperron never achieved the renown of some of her male contemporaries, such as Louis Comfort Tiffany or Fulco di Verdura. Luminaries…

Known for its unique and intricate micro and nano-mosaic setting, SICIS returns with a new stunning piece, the Cosmo necklace. Inspired by the universal archetype, the Cosmic Egg, the necklace is truly another masterpiece created by the brand.     It features a micro-mosaic combination of more than 900 dazzling diamonds, 1200…

There’s no business like show business. Even after five and a half decades since her death, Marilyn Monroe still steals the spotlight.   In November 2016, Julien’s Auctions will be putting up a collection of personal items that belonged to the  Hollywood darling for auction. Never-before-seen objects will be at the auction and…

Listed as one of Time‘s 100 Most Influential People in the World, Marc Newson is not a name to be missed. Featuring an all-round portfolio from working with international clients, his creations cover from furniture, household objects, cars and to even, private aircraft.   The Sydney-born designer introduces a spectacular jewellery…

A name that rings a bell, Jane Seymour is famously known for her role in one of Ian Fleming’s dramatised works — Live and Let Die — as Bond girl, ‘Solitaire’. Recently, World of Diamonds has immortalised the actress, in the world of jewellery at least, by honouring her with an exceptional,…

Renowned French artist Claude Lalanne collaborates with Louisa Guinness Gallery to present Butterflies et Bijoux, an exhibition showcasing a curation of over 50 years of work.       Opening its doors to the public this Thursday, 9 June, the exhibition presents both quintessential and unseen pieces by the artist. This…

Major Italian fashion and jewellery house, Bulgari, unveils its Bvlgari-Bvlgari Roman Sorbets collection, perfect for this coming season. Inspired by the fresh fruit flavours of Rome’s iconic sorbetti  (sorbet in Italian), the collection consists of fun coloured gemstones on white or pink gold bands, pendants and bracelets.      …

In her recently launched self-help book Pretty Happy, Kate Hudson talks about connecting yourself with yourself. How to be healthy both in a physical and mental way, or as she puts it.   “There’s a real misconception of the idea of beauty and trying to attain a look and an aesthetic…

Style lesson 101 — never compromise your taste — be it, going to a social party or an errand run to your nearby bakery. A simple necklace would be an easy go-to if you’re on the go but these embellished locks may just be your next obsession.   A photo…