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By Matt Willis

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.

By Avril Groom

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.

By Avril Groom

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.

By Avril Groom

Lebanese maison Rabih Kayrouz debuts his first international salon in London, which now provides the rare opportunity to order his haute couture in the English capital. Items include attire to be fitted locally, in addition to timelessly beautiful ready-to-wear pieces as well as jewellery.

By Omega Seamaster Diver 007

Premiering at Omega’s watch museum in Bienne, Switzerland is the brand’s latest Bond model, Seamaster Diver 007. Built with Daniel Craig’s input, the watch features vintage looks (brown dial, woven metal strap) all in light titanium.

By Boodles The Secret Garden

British maison Boodles launches The Secret Garden, a high jewellery collection subtly inspired by the new film of the classic children’s book. It embraces a holistic theme of healing through nature and is available early April.

By Comme des Garçons x Mikimoto

Fashion iconoclast Rei Kawakubo (Comme des Garçons) and Japanese pearl brand Mikimoto’s collaboration creates seven non-gendered, single-strand designs, which feature smaller (Akoya) or larger (South Sea) pearls, silver chain, pearl swag and Comme des Garçon insignia.

By Avril Groom

The Paris launch of Cindy Chao’s new Annual Butterfly boasts multi-layered, varied diamonds, sapphires and Burmese rubies, and it comes in ombré blue titanium. Her first such piece is now permanently displayed at Musée des Arts Décoratifs.

By Avril Groom

Public couture at Paris’s Musée Rodin – Dior’s Female Divine installation by American feminist artist Judy Chicago contains banners handcrafted by women at an Indian embroidery school.

By Avril Groom

The latest limited-edition A Magazine Curated By is specially curated for Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli and contains a beautifully photographed, fascinating insight into the collaborators, family, craftspeople, artworks and places that inspire this design virtuoso.

By Avril Groom

The Chameleon ring and pendant is the first item celebrating Annoushka Ducas’s tenth anniversary of her brand. The piece features up to four interchangeable gems that fix ingeniously and securely. Exclusive to Harrods.

By Avril Groom

Jewellery with provenance at Bonhams' London Jewels sale today. Remarkable items include Vita Sackville-West's 1912 Cartier pendant with antique Indian carved emerald and carved rock crystal, and pieces from novelist Barbara Taylor Bradford's collection, gifted by her late husband.  

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