Selecting your own gems for a customised creation turns it from a bejewelled adornment into a family treasure
Cartier’s new Hypnose timepiece is dazzling in more ways than one.
The first watch designed by Chanel with a masculine touch goes through a complete makeover and is now smaller, girlier and the most desirable it has ever been.
Earlier this week, a rare blue diamond was sold for $17.1 million during Sotheby’s autumn jewel auctions in Geneva.
The prestigious auction house is set to present a rare and regal collection before the auction next month.
Nature is recreated and explored in the new exhibition showcasing Van Cleef & Arpels’ high jewelry collection.
The French Maison takes us on a journey through space, one that’s filled with its high jewellery pieces from the Rose des Vents collection.
New rings and cuffs join the existing Coco Crush jewelry collection by French luxury firm Chanel.
Swarovski blasts off into deep space and charts a kaleidoscopic crystalline galaxy for Fall/Winter. We get a first look in New York.
Harry Winston pays tribute to New York City with the label’s first high jewelry evening clutch, the New York Companion.
Magic does not have to be limited to spells and wands as proven by the new Cartier Magicien collection by the brand.
It is time to get lucky with the new Lucky Dior collection that brings a piece of the brand’s history with each ring.
The new addition to Dior’s Archi Dior Fine Jewelry Collection brings in more designs from the past that are now captured in precious metal and stones.
Tiffany & Co.’s latest series of rings are the perfect way to show your love, besides its playful Snapchat filter, of course.
The new High Jewellery Collection by Louis Vuitton interprets famous emblem of the brand with ethically mined gems.
La Nature de Chaumet breathes new life into historic pieces from its archive.
The Italian firm has unveiled its latest fall campaign, returning once more to model and actress Elisa Sednaoui and photographed by Peter Lindbergh.
For Fall 2016, the brand brings us a line up of talented women who have been turning heads on the red carpet and on the runways with their choices in fashion.
Cartier has long had a passion for floral motifs in its collections and this year it shines the light on another flower, one with a bit of an edge.
The brand isn’t wasting time to catch its breath, as it announces the 11 new designers who will be part of the new Swarovski Collective.