A weekly roundup of what you might have missed in the jewelry and luxury world
Discovering a new brand at JFK
Chicago-based jewelry company Artistry, Ltd. has launched a new brand of jewelry inspired by mid-century modern design. The brand is called Graymoor Lane Designs and will debut at LUXURY by JCK in Las Vegas, June 2 to June 8.
Met Gala: behind closed doors
After you having devoured the red carpet pictures, consumed the best beauty looks, deliberated on the best dressed list and poured over the after party snaps from this year’s Met Gala, Vogue Uk is now unveiling some inedited pictures took behind closed doors. Have a look here.
The ultimate Greek goddess by Chanel
Karl Lagerfeld brought the ancient ruins of Greece to one of France’s most iconic locations for its Cruise ’18 show. The new Chanel Cruise collection, titled The Modernity of Antiquity, talks about a modern Greek goddess who wears tweed tunics, relaxed silhouettes and lightweight fabrics, complemented by strappy gladiator sandals, haute accessories and gold sequins.
Time for piercing
Bejeweled piercing are more and more trendy and Maria Tash is the first artist who created a bridge between ‘the art of piercing’ and jewelry. Vo + interviewed her on the latest America issue which will be out at JCK in Las Vegas. Now Vogue.com talks about her work and her latest pop-up just opening at Saks Fifth Avenue’s flagship. Read the article here.
Bremont: first ever timing partner to Henley royal regatta
2017 will mark the first time in 178 years that the renowned British event, Henley Royal Regatta, will partner with a small number of luxury brands. British Watch Company Bremont will be the first Official Timekeeper in the Regatta’s established history.
Jackie Collins jewels under the hammer
The $3 million estate of the bestselling novelist Jackie Collins, whose 31 racy novels included titles such as The Stud, The Bitch and Sinners, is going under the hammer at Bonhams on Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, on Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 May. Sister of the British actress Joan Collins of Dallas fame, the sale is set to draw fans of the author and the lifestyle she represented.