As natural supplies become increasingly scarce, jewellers such as Tiffany & Co. are decreasing and ceasing the use of deepwater corals.
Montblanc debuted its spider-inspired pen in 1920. Nearly a century later, the brand revisits the same theme for its new limited edition fountain pen, set in solid white gold adorned with 13 carats of diamonds worth US$625,000.
Former designer of Coach, Reed Krakoff debuts his first fine and high jewellery collection since his affiliation with Tiffany & Co. as a Chief Artistic Officer in February 2017. In the collection, Krakoff brings a whimsical touch to the all-time classic formula for the brand’s biggest launch in a decade.
Van Cleef & Arpels dazzles again with two designs of fantasy and magic with its newest designs, the Lady Arpels Nuit Feerique and Lady Arpels Jour Feerique, with a faerie-like wonder captured by the incredible lapidary expertise. Featuring a hand-wound movement, a myriad of precious stones, white gold and delicate miniature painting magnificently capture the nocturnal decor of this unique piece.
Sustainable and ethical are hot keywords in the luxury industry. In the most recent Human Rights Watch (HRW) study, Tiffany and Co. emerges at the top for their applaudable efforts to address human rights risks in the gold and diamond supply chain.
By July 2018, Chopard will use 100 per cent Ethical Gold in its jewellery and watch creations.