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Swarovski Gemstones, a subsidiary of iconic jewellery brand Swarovski, recently announced its new collaboration with New York-based jewellery designer Alex Woo. The collection is part of Woo’s 15th year anniversary celebration since the launch of her namesake brand, Alex Woo Made in New York.       Introducing wearable designs…

For the love of Cheetos, the chip company designed an exclusive high jewellery set, Chestora Collection. An 18k gold earrings and matching ring that has only one set made to resemble the eye of the cheetah.   Adorned with over 190 black and white diamonds and mounted with orange sapphires,…

Under the creative direction of Francesca Amfitheatrof, Tiffany & Co. has reached new heights producing one-of-a-kind masterpieces. They embrace iconic Tiffany signatures and constantly seek unique, fresh ideas to create beautiful collections. As a result, Tiffany & Co. appoints Eddie Borgo as the recipient of the first CFDA/Vogue Tiffany &…

The god of bountiful harvest, Saturn is an important deity in Roman mythology. It was said that his reign marked a Golden Age of peace and prosperity. He taught men to work and toil in order to transform earth into a terrestrial paradise.     For his first major work…

After more than two months of renovations, Cortina Watch finally unveiled its 152 sqm Patek Philippe boutique at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands in November. The new space houses a contemporary vibe that exudes elegance and symmetry in neutral colours. Dark wooden panels and cream leather create contrasting tones accented…

Every once in awhile, a girl has to indulge herself — The all-too-familiar quote from popular TV series, Sex and the City by character Carrie Bradshaw played by Sarah Jessica Parker, is a good reminder why we love shopping.     In collaboration with London-based jeweller Kat Florence, the star…

uSfuur — Arabic for ‘bird’ — is Yara Tlass’ newly launched jewellery collection. The Syrian-born, Dubai-based designer first founded a charity organisation, Watanili, that sponsors recreational activities within Syria and supports Syrian refugees through art-therapy workshops and educational programs in 2014. She has since decided to expand Watanili’s initiative by…