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Dior’s sensual take on vintage lace and high jewellery A look at the making of the Dentelle Tulle necklace Looking at the haute couture collections unveiled in mid to late 2018, ‘romantic’ would not be the first description that comes to mind. Cut, volume, and monochromatic palettes have ruled the…

18kt Rose gold bracelet with diamonds from the new Bvlgari Fiorever collection   Bvlgari’s new collection pays tribute to its enduring love affair with flowers Flowers are among the most ubiquitous and loved motifs in jewellery. So for a city celebrated for its la dolce vita — namely Rome —…

Colburn one-shoulder fil coupe cloque, ROLAND MOURET at THEOUTNET.COM Earrings in white gold, set with pear-shaped rhodolite garnet and brilliant-cut diamonds (sold individually); Pendant in 18K white gold, set with one pear-shaped rhodolite garnet and brilliant-cut diamonds; Ring in 18K white gold, set with one pear-shaped citrine and brilliant-cut diamonds;…

Ring from the Claude Monet collection FREYWILLE continues to celebrate history, artistry, and luxury with exquisite enamel fine jewellery Much like a painting, enamelwork wonderfully captures the rich, glowing colours and the magical aura of the festive season. And when the creations are as inspired and masterful as those of…

Get a glimpse of French-Filipino pearl jewellery brand Jewelmer Joaillerie‘s stunning pieces at their pop-up store, “Journey of a Pearl: Jewelmer”, located at the ground floor of Isetan Department Store on Orchard Road this week, March 10 to 16. From dainty rings to spectacular neckpieces, the collection is meant to…

Classic gold chains are your best conventional match to pair with your beautiful pendants. But the new-season stylish trend calls for luxurious fabric — velvet. The touch-me texture are attention seeking, enhancing the beauty of a woman’s neckline.     Pair simple pendants with either thin or thick velvet chokers…

Growing up in the 50s and 60s in the multi-cultural environments of Malaysia, Indonesia and Hong Kong, the young Laura Chow — Regional Director and Southeast Asia Vice President of Lazare Kaplan International, Inc — was heavily influenced by the region’s socio-economic norms. Jewellery was seen as more than just…