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BG Art Jewelry Atelier Crafts Royally Couture Bridal Rings

Dec 5, 2012  |   Contributor: Tina Stewart

A successful marriage is a constantly developing union between two people as they hopefully evolve together throughout the years. One of the more unfortunate feelings to occur is for either person to feel “stuck.” As makers of fine luxury bridal jewelry, the team at BG Art Jewelry Atelier incorporates this ambition into the design of its new stackable, couture bridal ring series — the Crown Collection.... Read More

Ti Sento Milano Gets You In Touch With Your Sterling Side

Nov 29, 2012  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari

Luxury jewelry brand, Ti Sento Milano, may have started in Amsterdam but with a name that literally translates to “I feel you” in Italian, these designs prove to be just as romantic as the country their title comes from. Having been founded only eight years ago, they have already made a huge impact in the European market, winning the prestigious award for Retail Jewelry Brand of the Year in the United Kingdom in 2010.... Read More

Ring In The New Year Wearing TomTom Jewelry

Nov 27, 2012  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari

Thanksgiving has come and gone, and chances are you are now one of the many frantically trying to get your holiday plans in order. If you are like the rest of us fashion fanatics then it is not just the gift giving and cooking that has you overwhelmed, but also coming up with the perfect New Years Eve ensemble. While the actual activity is important, what you wear to welcome in the New Year is far more crucial. This clearly vexing problem has been greatly relieved by luxury jewelry brand TomTom and their bold and effortlessly cool collection.... Read More

Officine Panerai Offering Exclusive Versions of a Classic for the Holidays

Nov 20, 2012  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Officine Panerai, the exclusive Richemont-owned luxury watch brand with an interesting military pedigree founded in Florence, Italy in 1860, is betting big on red gold this holiday season. The alloy consists of 18k gold, copper and other metals ideal for use in hâute horlogerie— and just in time for high-end gift giving, Panerai is offering its consumers two new versions of its famed Radiomir model finished in elegant red gold.... Read More

Nature-Inspired Jewelry by Herve van der Straeten

Oct 31, 2012  |   Contributor: Tina Stewart

One of my favorite times of year is Fall. Who can resist the sight of drifting leaves catching the golden, autumn light? So you can imagine my pleasure when I discovered Herve van der Straeten has captured just that image with his new high-end jewelry collection for Spring/Summer 2013.... Read More

Edox Raids the Rally with Chronodakar Limited Edition Timepiece

Oct 29, 2012  |   Contributor: Noah Joseph

There are few races quite as grueling as the Dakar Rally. Unlike most races or rallies that revolve around one type of vehicle, the Dakar Rally, for which luxury watch brand Edox is an official supplier, includes cars, trucks and motorcycles. In all, over 700 entries strive for glory and the ultimate prize in rally-raid competition.... Read More

Vera Wang's Zale's Bridal Jewelry Collection Expands for Men

Oct 26, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Now even men can take part in the love fest that is happening over at Zale's with the luxury jewelry collection by designer Vera Wang. The collection of diamond bridal jewelry that the designer created for the store last year has just expanded to include two band styles for men. The bands feature 5/8 and 1/2 carats of diamonds, respectively, set in 14-karat white gold, and "something blue" in the form of sapphires.... Read More

Wear a Piece of the Eiffel Tower with Korbella Jewelry

Oct 26, 2012  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

Romantics everywhere rejoice. The very symbol of romance, the Eiffel Tower, has finally been made into luxury jewelry. You’ve probably been waiting for this moment all your life if giving your loved one a diamond necklace has never been enough. You always knew that it would happen, and now, Korbella Jewelry is offering pieces not only inspired by “the strong architectural cues of the Tower,” but also some special pieces that are made from a segment of the antiquated spiral staircase.... Read More

City-Inspired Pieces by Italian Jeweler Paolo Costagli

Oct 22, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

To say that Paolo Costagli has a passion for his business would be an understatement. The luxury jewelry designer has over 25 years of experience in the industry, and is continually inspired by his surroundings. Raised and educated in Florence, the Italian designer credits his unique style to the culturally rich and sophisticated environment that he grew up in.... Read More

Jewelry Prodigy Impresses with Second Collection

Oct 19, 2012  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

Wilfredo Rosado has been a name to know in luxury jewelry for over 20 years. He was discovered and mentored by Giorgio Armani while he was still a student at NYU, and ever since, the art and fashion world have come together singing his praises. Soon after Armani’s discovery of the young prodigy, Andy Warhol took him under his wing, introduced him to other artists, and helped to mold his vision of street-inspired jewels that Rosado is now so famous for. All of this artsy history combined to turn Rosado’s true passion for creating high-end jewelry into a reality. His latest collection is full of genuinely unique pieces, along with some that are rather common.... Read More

Eric Clapton's Patek Philippe to be Auctioned at Christie's Geneva in November

Oct 18, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

In the biggest fashion news the luxury watch world has seen in years, one of the rarest timepieces will be up for auction at the upcoming Christie’s in Geneva on November 12. The watch in discussion is a Patek Philippe complicated timepiece made in the most valuable metals whose whereabouts were unknown for the last 25 years.... Read More

Historic Socialites' Personal Jewelry for Sale at New York Exhibit

Oct 16, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Lovers of all things bejeweled have fashion news headed their way that is sure to perk them right up out of any sort of autumn gloom. A new exhibit featuring vintage jewelry pieces by Fulco di Verdura and Suzanne Belperron is officially open at Verdura’s headquarters in New York City until November 9.... Read More

Ben-Amun Jewelry Enchants Through the Decades

Oct 15, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Pieces by luxury brand Ben-Amun have long been mainstays in the haute jewelry world. With everything from layered necklaces to embellished pins, Ben-Amun has created statement pieces since the early 1980s, when bold, attention-demanding jewelry first became a trend. Today, the brand gives us more reasons to love it with the release of its collection for fall. In it, we see necklaces, earrings, bracelets and pins that are modernly stylish while also staying true to the aesthetic that has defined the Ben-Amun brand for decades.... Read More

Newest Luxury Watch by Breguet Fit for a Queen

Oct 12, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

The history behind the first luxury watch dates back 200 years, when Abraham-Louis Breguet designed the first model for Queen Caroline Murat of Naples. It’s no surprise that Breguet was considered the leading watchmaker of his day— at the very least, his clientele that included leading public figures and members of European nobility could be a testament to that. Last week, the namesake label that carried on Breguet’s legacy honored its founder at an event that celebrated both the bicentennial of the first wristwatch, as well as the 10th anniversary of the brand’s “Reine de Naples” ladies collection.... Read More

Trend Watch | Scented Jewelry

Oct 10, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

A new collection of luxury jewelry by Lisa Hoffman confirms our suspicion of a growing trend in the accessories industry: fragrance jewelry is on the rise. The founder and president of her namesake beauty brand partnered with jeweler Tom Binns to release a new line of scented pieces. The fact that there’s no clear section for baubles like these in department stores may be confusing to the marketplace because they cross boundaries— but Hoffman has high hopes that her new line will be successful in helping engage fragrance customers with jewelry, and vise versa.... Read More

Newest Luxury Timepiece by Vacheron Constantin Keeps it Classy

Oct 4, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

When it comes to luxury watches, Vacheron Constantin really knows what they’re doing. The brand’s resumé is more than impressive and hard to deny. Vacheron was established over a century ago, so you could imagine just how much value is put on its historic name. Having just marked its 125th anniversary last year, the luxury watch label has more reason to celebrate with the release of its newest watch, the Patrimony Traditionnelle Self-Winding.... Read More

Lockit Collection is Newest Addition to Louis Vuitton Joaillerie

Oct 3, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

If you had a feeling that Louis Vuitton Joaillerie had something new up its sleeve, you were right. The luxury brand is releasing a new 15-piece fine jewelry collection for spring. The Lockit Collection, inspired by the house's padlock theme, will include necklaces, rings and bracelets that will come in 18-karat white, rose and yellow gold— as well as a chunky choker that comes with a working lock and key.... Read More

Elaborate Cartier Collection Makes its Dazzling Debut in Paris

Oct 1, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

An astonishing new collection by luxury jewelry brand Cartier made its debut at the 26th Biennale des Antiquaires which was held from September 14-23 in Paris. “Depaysement,” which translates to “Change of Scenery,” is a 148-piece collection that includes four themes that correspond with four different universes and landscapes. Twelve precious objects are included in the dazzling collection, as well as five High Jewellery watches.... Read More

Rebekah Lea Enchants with Unusual Jewelry Designs

Sep 18, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Like many new fashion lines, Rebekah Lea Schwartz’s was created when she couldn’t find anything that suited her own taste. The luxury jewelry label launched this past June, but Schwartz wasn’t just testing the waters with a minimalist line. The Manhattan-based designer debuted her namesake label with an extraordinary four collections for consumers to delight in. But even though the well-rounded designs display Schwartz's talents in a way that would make you think she’s been crafting jewelry for years, it took some experimentation in other aspects of the fashion industry before she settled on jewelry.... Read More

Exclusive | Abstract Designer Joji Kojima on His Bizarre and Macabre Jewelry

Sep 6, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

If you haven’t heard of luxury jewelry designer Joji Kojima before, it’s possible you may have seen some of his work without necessarily knowing it. Kojima, who is revolutionizing his field with expressionist jewelry that both amazes and inspires, is gaining attention for his work that seems to blend macabre qualities with fetishism and glamour. Though his self-titled brand was only established two years ago, Joji Kojima is already becoming a household name in the luxury jewelry world and experiencing ample success along the way.... Read More

Conveyor Belts Inspire $25,000 Watch by Devon Works

Sep 5, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Yesterday we presented you with a list of luxury watches that consisted of mostly classic styles, but today we bring you a piece that we're sure you’ve never seen before. Devon Works LLC, a newcomer to the luxury timepiece community, established itself when it released its iconic Tread 1 a couple years ago. The Los Angeles-based company calls itself an advanced engineering and design laboratory, and for good reason — the brand’s products combine engineering aspects and attractive aesthetics to give you innovative and functional timepieces, and its latest, the Tread 1 Steampunk, is no different.... Read More

Bona Drag Features Gothic Jewelry in Ceremonial Collection

Aug 16, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

We feel pretty safe saying that the Ceremonial Collection featured at Bona Drag is something you’ve never seen before. Though the luxury collection includes pieces to complete an entire formal look, including weddings gowns, it’s the jewelry that we’re particularly smitten with. Even if gothic-chic isn’t your style, we still think you’ll appreciate these one-of-a kind pieces by a group of established jewelers.... Read More

Eco-Friendly Jewelry by MONIQUE PÉAN Uses Exotic Materials

Aug 15, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Monique Péan may just have stepped onto the luxury jewelry scene a few years ago, but in that short time she’s already made fashion news, establishing herself as a designer and garnering awards and... Read More

Gold Plated Jewelry Inspired by World Travel

Aug 7, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

If you’ve got a thing for bold luxury costume jewelry, Aurélie Bidermann is your girl. Nothing says statement jewelry like her line of exotic pieces, and her Autumn-Winter 2012-13 collection proves that. Full of gold plated jewelry with intricate shapes, eclectic patterns and alluring stones, this collection has a tribal and exotic feel to it that is sure to add striking detail to your outfit for a special fall event.... Read More

Jewelry Designs by Atelier Minyon Combine Past and Present

Jul 30, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Mermaids, spider webs, bullets, bones, and fairy wings— enter the world of luxury jewelry designer Alp Sagnak of Atelier Minyon. The brand’s flagship boutique in SoHo, New York is their first store opened outside of its native Turkey. For his jewelry, Sagnak melds Turkey's romantic history with modern, unique designs to offer fresh innovative collections. With prices ranging between $2,000 and $50,000, it's no surprise that the designer uses exquisite stones combined with the finest of detail to make truly special jewelry pieces.... Read More

Costume Jewelry by MAWI London Defies Fashion Trends

Jul 26, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

If there’s one trend we keep seeing over and over in the new fall collections, I’d say it’s Victorian—almost gothic-themed—luxury costume jewelry. However, even though Mawi London’s Fall 2012 line follows suit, the European jewelry house has been a fan of this style for years; even going so far as to defiantly categorize its pieces into the two collections, “Fine Costume” and “Heirloom.” The brand’s line for this fall includes pieces that go into both of these groups.... Read More

Diamonds and Pearls Come Together in Elyria Jewelry

Jul 25, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Elyria Jewels is the heart and soul of luxury jewelry designer Elisa Browsh. She founded Elyria in 1996 after becoming inspired by the versatility of rare and unusual Tahitian pearls from the South Pacific. Browsh seeks the most unique and beautiful pearls available on the international market in order to provide her clientele with truly remarkable and one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry—in short, only the best.... Read More

Vintage Inspired Jewelry by Oscar de la Renta

Jul 24, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

The jewelry collection that accompanies luxury designer Oscar de la Renta’s 2012 collection is anything but ordinary. Glittery headbands, brooches, earrings, and necklaces complement the designer’s line. Colorful jewels give this collection a vintage feel, with some pieces so bold that they border on the line of costume jewelry. Visibly inspired by the Victorian era, the amazing colors, stones and form of these pieces are mesmerizing. Though these pieces are not for the woman who prefers minimalist jewelry, the detail and delicacy of these pieces will draw appreciation from anybody.... Read More

Sisters Debut First Jewelry Collection With Sorellina New York

Jul 20, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Sorellina, the sister duo of Kim and Nicole Carosella, just opened last year, but has already impressed with its first luxury jewelry collection that has six different themes. By blending opposing ideas of feminine with masculine and vintage with modern, Sorellina’s collection is versatile yet timeless. These pieces will become instant staples to your wardrobe, with the luxury of being able to wear them day or night.... Read More

TONDO BY NIGHT | de GRISOGONO Watches that Sparkle & Shine

Jul 19, 2012  |   Contributor: Christina Stewart

TONDO BY NIGHT, the sparkling new collection of de GRISOGONO timepieces, is as playful as it is luxurious. Presenting two distinct yet equally radiant looks, the line of luxury watches is designed to take you from day to night with style and ease.... Read More

SHO Fine Jewellery | Fun Pieces for Life's Different Chapters

Jul 17, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

SHO Fine Jewellery is all about offering a fashionably fresh take on jewelry design. The luxury jewelry brand's motto, “SHO is all about having fun with fine jewellery,” shows through the brand’s fun but sophisticated pieces that are featured within its 18kt Gold Collections, Sterling Silver Collections, and newer Couture Collection.... Read More

DANNIJO Fall 2012 Collection Makes a Statement for a Good Cause

Jul 16, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

DANNIJO is the brainchild of sisters Danielle and Jodie Snyder, who turned their childhood hobbies of jewelry making into a high-end luxury jewelry line with a cause. Launched in 2008, the brand is constantly affiliated with different philanthropic initiatives, most of those aiding women in different parts of Africa. The bohemian, rock ‘n’ roll pieces with classic sensibility make for a versatile and ever-changing statement collection, visible through large stones and intricate jewels set in chunky, detailed metal.... Read More

Rose Jewelry Collection by Piaget Shows Historic Inspiration

Jul 13, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Summer is officially here, and with it, the release of luxury jewelry designer Piaget’s new rose collection. It celebrates the passion that the brand’s founder had for the flower, as well as the 30th anniversary since the rose peony was named the Yves Piaget at the Geneva International Competition of New Roses.... Read More

Chopard's Mille Miglia GMT Chrono 2012 Showcases Racing Inspiration

Jul 12, 2012  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Each year, Chopard releases a new mens luxury watch from its Mille Miglia collection to celebrate the historic Mille Miglia run from Brescia to Rome. The auto race, which has occurred annually since 1927, is a prestigious competition that is acknowledged by connoisseurs as “la corsa pi? bella del mondo,” or “the most beautiful race in the world.” Chopard has been associated with the event since 1988, and this year the luxury watch brand released the Mille Miglia GMT Chrono 2012 to celebrate this year’s race which occurred from May 17 to May 20 in Italy.... Read More

Rutilated Quartz Cocktail Ring

Jul 5, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

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Luxury Watches by U-Boat | Time Traveling With the Flightdeck Collection

Jun 26, 2012  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Time travel—we all wish we could do it. Either leap into the future or go back several decades. Enter U-Boat luxury watches. These handmade timepieces will take you back to the days of distinguished Naval officers or jump ahead in time with its futuristic look. Think bold, aggressive and oversized pieces that reflect the strength and determination of our past and present seamen.... Read More

TOUS | Family-Run Luxury Jewelry

Jun 22, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Jewelry company TOUS got its start in 1920 when Salvador Tous Blavi opened his very own watchmakers shop in Barcelona. In 1965 Rosa Oriol married Salvador Tous, the founder's son, and together they took over the family business. Rosa began designing jewelry for their clients and very soon they saw enough success where they were able to open a workshop. With a teddy bear as the official emblem of the company, and with many variations of the bear sold in jewelry forms on their site, TOUS became a family-driven company that puts their clients first and continues to deliver unique fashion jewelry.... Read More

Diamonds In The Rough Spotlight Natural Beauty

Jun 20, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Diamond In The Rough is a unique approach to luxury jewelry design, featuring diamonds in their natural state that remain unpolished and uncut. The organic beauty of the diamonds is off-set by the polish of the setting, allowing nature’s handiwork to take the spotlight.... Read More

Handmade Fashion Jewelry by Mr. Kate

Jun 19, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Mr. Kate has been on the forefront of edgy style ever since the luxury brand was launched in 2009. The owner/creator Kate Albrecht dabbles in everything from personal style and home style to food and life. With celebrity fans like Zooey Deshanel, Vanessa Hudgens, Jamie King, Adrian Grenier, and Miranda Cosgrove, Mr. Kate designs interesting luxury jewelry pieces for men and women. The brand strives to blend gender expectations through the masculine brand name, the mustache/beauty mark logo, and the female presence behind it all.... Read More

Christie's NY "Important Watches Auction" Nets $8.5 Million

Jun 18, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Spring Luxury Week at Christie’s New York has sprung as the Important Watches Auction resulted in sales of $8,495,988, during the auction held Wednesday evening, June 13, 2012. The highest priced lot was a Patek Philippe’s two-crown world-time reference 2523/1, which sold at $1,022,500. Christie's also reported that the sale is the highest price ever... Read More

Creating Luxury Jewelry is a Family Tradition at Hellmuth

Jun 14, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Hellmuth Jewelry, best known for the "Croco" style, is a blend of science and art with a hint of sensuality. Made in Germany by premier jewelry designer Gert Hellmuth, the brand continues a family obsession with crocodile. Hellmuth jewelry frequently reinterprets the pattern of crocodile skin in 18k gold, mingled with diamonds and colored gems.... Read More

Swarovski Taps Gossip Girl Fashion Designer Eric Daman For Reality Series

Jun 13, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Luxury jewelry brand Swarovski has teamed up with costume designer Eric Damanto to create an Internet reality series titled, The Daman Chronicles. The show follows Eric Daman around New York City as he preps for a shoot, researches for the upcoming television season, and meets with his VIP friends. Cambio, an... Read More

Scott Kay Fashion Black Spinel Bracelet Unites Life and Style

Jun 13, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Progressive luxury shows no fear with the inspired creativity of Scott Kay. The skillful artisan brought a breath of fresh air to Couture 2012, with a collection of statement pieces designed to defy convention while beautifully uniting life and style.... Read More

Jewelry By Lara Bohinc Adds Celestial Glamour To Fashion

Jun 12, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

British luxury goods brand, Lara Bohinc, which features a range of fashion accessories including bags, scarves, and jewelry for both men and women, is headquartered out of a boutique found on London’s Sloan Street. However, Lara Bohinc fine jewelry... Read More

Vintage Scandinavian Jewelry Features Work By Iconic Designers

Jun 8, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Grasilver is a unique line of luxury jewelry that blends both contemporary and vintage Scandinavian design. The sterling silver pieces selected by Grasilver are chosen with extreme care, celebrating some of the region’s most talented designers such as the highly revered Georg Jensen, Bjorn Weckstrom, Hans Hansen, and Astrid Fog... Read More

Celebrity Admirers Make Azature Jewelry a Big Name in Fashion

Jun 5, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Azature, the epynonmous luxury brand of jewelry by Hollywood-born designer and “Black Diamond King,” Azature, is worn by some of the world’s biggest name celebrities, including Beyonce, Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, Megan Fox, and Scarlett Johanson. After majoring in sociology and business at UCLA, Azature went onto Parsons School of Design where we honed his skills and natural eye for aesthetics and proportions.... Read More

Custom Jewelry By May Makes A Beautiful Fashion Statement

Jun 1, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Jewelry designer May Al Qassar received her Communication Design Degree from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York before creating her first custom pieces of jewelry for family and friends. Soon, the requests for her beautiful work increased and May began drawing more inspiration from prints, painting, and photography.... Read More

Angelina Jolie Launches Jewelry Collection To Aid Charities

May 25, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Whether you're Team Aniston or Team Jolie, you've got to admit that Angelina Jolie definitely knows how to rock the red carpet. While the world is still staring at her amazing legs, it turns out that Jolie has been designing her own luxury jewelry ... Read More

Diamonds By Kristin Hanson Amaze With Brilliant, Rare Colors

May 22, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Jewelry by Kristin Hanson reflects the harnessing of beauty and the transformation of luxury accessories into a wearable art form. In 2007 Hanson’s designs won her the Couture Award as one of the country’s top designers. After studying in Italy, she returned to New York where she began working out of her Brooklyn apartment, launching her first collection at Bergdorf Goodman. Hanson maintains her high caliber of work by using classical European goldsmith techniques and only the finest gems in her pieces.... Read More

Danish Fashion Designer Releases Line of Rugged Men's Jewelry

May 21, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

It is in Paris, France where Danish jewelry artist Tobias Wistisen can be found handcrafting his incredible line of jewelry. It was in this city that Wistisen attended international design institute ESMOD and where he got his start in the industry training under British iconic fashion designer John Galliano.... Read More

Quirky, One of a Kind Jewelry Created From Unlikely Places

May 18, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Cr?me Nouveau isn’t your average high-end jewelry line—and that’s just the way they like it. The UK-based company is headed by Katherine Hawkins who personally seeks out vintage and retro materials in locations ranging from antique shops, attics, and craft shows.... Read More

Aston Martin Legacy of Beauty Reflected in Exclusive Jewelry Collection

May 15, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Australian designer Calleija and famed luxury car company Aston Martin are partnering to create an exclusive line of jewelry celebrating the Aston Martin legacy. John Calleija, who is of Maltese and Italian descent, imbues his beautiful pieces with a sense of true European style, and in 2000 was awarded with the De Beers Diamond International Award. The honor is considered the largest Design Award in the world. The designer consistently pushes boundaries, travelling the world to discover the best gems and metals and spearheading innovations within the field which includes his launch of the new “Glacier” cut for precious stones.... Read More

Chopard Celebrates the Legacy of Marilyn Monroe at Cannes Film Festival

May 14, 2012  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

The Cannes Film Festival is always the spot for international glamour. This year, the festival will celebrate film legend Marilyn Monroe fifty years after her passing. Festival partner, jeweler Chopard is paying homage to Monroe in several ways: unveiling a series of 25 unpublished photographs of the star by Milton H. Greene, as well as a jewelry collection that honors her beauty designed by Caroline Scheufele, artistic director and co-president of Chopard.... Read More

The Italian Inspiration of Lera Lee Fine Jewelry

May 8, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Texas-born Lera Lee, who now resides in Fort Worth with her husband and three children, has been creating luxury accessories for a discerning global clientele for over a decade. An expert in product development, Lera admits she basically fell into the world of fine jewels in 2001 while living in Italy.... Read More

Jewelry By Bjorg Offers A Touch of Exotic Surrealism

May 3, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Norwegian-born jewelry designer, Bjorg Nordli-Mathisen, only releases two collections a year. However, when she does, their rare artistry, a mix of mystery and exoticism, are often featured in elite fashion editorials such as Vogue Italia, Vogue Paris, Nylon, Marie Claire, among several others. Many of her designs have been inspired by her global travels, and especially by her time living in India.... Read More

Patek Philippe, Rolex & More in Christie's Luxury Watch Auction

Apr 17, 2012  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

On May 14 Christie’s will offer an amazing assemblage of over 400 top-drawer timepieces at its Important Watches sale in Geneva.... Read More

Tissot Official Timepiece of Madison Square Garden

Apr 16, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

The Madison Square Garden Company and Tissot are now marketing partners. The alliance provides the Swiss watchmaker a route to integrate its brand with the Madison Square Garden demographic, which includes the New York Knicks, the New York Rangers, and signage on the buildings' marquees on 7th and 8th Avenue(s).... Read More

Hublot & Ferrari's The Big Bang Ferrari Watch Makes Public Debut in Japan

Mar 21, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

The collaborative efforts of Hublot and Ferrari made its public debut this month at in Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture, Japan. The Big Bang Ferrari wristwatch was formally introduced at the Ferrari Racing Days Suzuka 2012 at the Suzuka International Racing Course.... Read More

Hublot Debuts World's Most Expensive Watch at BASELWORLD

Mar 9, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Bloomberg reported on the then-forthcoming Hublot $5-million women’s wristwatch back in early October 2011. The much-anticipated timepiece finally met the world yesterday on the first day of BASELWORLD Watch and Jewellery Show in Basel, Switzerland, according to a report filed by the AFP.... Read More

Cartier Debuts Short Film on the Luxury Brand's 165-Year History

Mar 6, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

The House of Cartier showcased its creative flair with the international online release last week of a short film: L'Odyssee de Cartier. The 3.5-minute film, which debuted on national TV March 4, depicts Cartier's 165-year history, presenting viewers with a tour of the luxury jeweler's diverse cultural influences.... Read More

 
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