Nature’s ephemeral moments inspire Boucheron’s new high jewellery collection, Contemplation. Built using high-tech materials, pieces feature Aerogel encased in rock crystal and diamonds, with hair’s width titanium supporting shimmering diamonds.
Bulgari’s latest high jewellery collection, Barocko, is a tribute to Baroque Rome, as pieces include elegant emerald domes, Pope’s ring cabochons massed into glowing necklaces and big diamond chains adding the “rock”.
Twenty-five years after redefining cocktail jewellery, British designer Stephen Webster has launched a second rendition of Crystal Haze, CH2, featuring contemporary geometric shapes, baguette-cut gemstones and bold new colours – including turquoise, opal and agate.
Over 1,000 individual components and roughly 500 hours of work goes into individually handcrafting these 1:8 scale Rolls-Royce Cullinan replicas. They are also customisable with the vast repertoire of personalisation options available on the full-sized versions.
Zenith’s latest Chronomaster – the Revival Shadow. Based on a 1970s prototype from their manufacture’s attic, the watch is contemporary with micro-blasted titanium and fabric-look strap.
Two years after launching as a concept, Piaget’s Altiplano Ultimate Concept is available to the public this weekend. The thinnest-ever mechanical watch (2mm), designed in super-strong cobalt alloy, contains five patents in its revolutionary design.
To celebrate Earth Day, Brazilian jeweller Ana Khouri has launched her Delphine earrings, made with Fairtrade gold, traceable stones and recycled packaging. The earrings reflect the four elements through their raindrop shape, airy spaces, fire-forged gold and earthly gems.
The latest addition to its ever-expanding array of chic small appliances, Smeg’s CGF01 coffee grinder provides a barista experience in a stylish package that features retro rounded edges, chrome touches and pastel shades.
Chaumet re-opens its flagship eighteenth-century Paris maison, and its new design perfectly balances the brand’s tradition and modernity. The new design is as bold as its 16 new cocktail rings. In-store highlights include tiara maquettes, inlaid wood, carved alabaster and rock crystal chandeliers.
Exaggerated origami influences and low-key make-up provided JW Anderson’s extremely elegant modern take on 1950s couture at this year’s London Fashion Week.