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The creative director of the renowned Italian fashion house Gucci, Alessandro Michele, has always been passionate towards vintage and art. He loves taking inspiration from nature and blends with his romantic yet eclectic aesthetic, truly redefines the meaning of luxury and taking the refined Italian craftsmanship to the next level.



Look out for the Swiss-made fine watches, beautifully crafted from precious metals, mother-of-pearl and studded with diamonds, along with some gorgeously stunning jewellery pieces.







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For this spring-and-summer, the hottest jewellery trends are those in bold! From dripping elements, sparkling crystals to '80s hearts and seashells galore, we are seeing lots of vivid, playful and exaggerated accessories adding fun to your wardrobe, spicing up your summery looks.


Bling It On

From party-ready earrings to bling-bling bracelets and necklaces, we saw dripping crystal jewellery ruling the S/S 2019 runway shows, this dazzlingly nostalgic trend is nothing but “extra”.

Modern Pearls

The classic pearl pieces are getting a refreshing twist, either delicate hoops, ear cuffs, or sculptural bracelets, all look modern and demure, taking pearls to the next level.

‘80s Hearts

The '80s-inspired giant, chunky and oversized heart-shaped pieces completely go viral that you cannot miss at all!

By The Sea

The shell jewellery is still in vogue; especially when the summer drawing near, this heavenly match is sure to linger for a little longer.


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Celebrating the 10th anniversary of a New York fashion label found by Bibhu Mohapatra, an exclusive jewellery series was unveiled and made a splash at the New York Fashion Week, in collaboration with the world renowned Forevermark and the India-based jewellery brand Narayan Jewellers.

Narayan Jewellers has the designs and stones intricately crafted and set to bring the perfect shine out of each jewellery, making it a head-turner for Bibhu’s Fall-Winter 2019 Collection.

The collection is gorgeously elegant, creative and effortlessly flawless; combined with designers’ sophisticated craftsmanship together, making the F/W collection extra glamorous on its rich tapestry elements.   

The pieces vary from layered bold designs to multi-functional jewellery, including necklace, Cocktail rings, ear cuff, ear clips and chandelier earrings, all designs are whimsical yet soft and feminine at the same time, adding a touch of glamor to the show.

There are 41 designer pieces in the collection; their aesthetic just strikes a right balance between the intricate handicrafts and sparkling stones, all look stunningly enchanting, and classic to the brand.

Forevermark welcomes the collaboration with any innovative or up-and-coming brands. Through this Fashion Week, people can take a closer look of these intricate Indians’ craftsmanship and design, to embrace the true beauty of the brand.   


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Kung Hei Fat Choi! Embracing the Chinese zodiac year of “Pig”, a few luxury brands have introduced an exclusive Chinese New Year collection for the Asian market. In general, the collection is symbolized as a new start and fresh hope for the new year, as associating with bringing luck and prosperity to one’s home.

This year, Gucci is sweeping the internet for their Chinese New Year collection. Collaborating with Disney, the iconic “Three Little Pigs” cartoon is presented as central motif of the capsule collection. A series of whimsical piggy illustrations are also printed on sweaters and accessories for the celebrations. 


For Christian Dior, they have reinvented the lucky red colour on the classic Toile de Jouy pattern. The red hydrangeas symbolized grace, gratitude and prosperity, are largely seen on bags, wallets, scarves and shoes respectively. 


Likewise, Moschino has also chosen a cartoon theme to run with. The Porky Pig and his wife Petunia from Looney Toons are featured on their latest black leather backpack, faming as a hero character for this lunar year.


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Reported by market research company Euromonitor International, the global sales of men’s luxury fine jewellery had reached US$5.3 billion in 2017, an increase of 22 percent up from US$4.3 billion in 2012. That may not seem like much comparing with US$31.9 billion sales in the women’s sector in 2017 — but the men’s growth is steady.


Let see what’s trending in the market:


 1. Ring

Ring is the hottest item for men ever. According to marketing research company NPD Group, about one third of sales in men’s jewellery was generated from this category in 2017, while 25 percent was driven by necklaces and chains, which are the second most favorite accessories among the globe.

 “Men’s rings have become so popular,” said Sue Millar Perry, content director at David Perry & Associates, whom produces custom magazines for top luxury jewellery and watch retailers. “Many men are not used to wearing jewellery,” Ms. Perry said, “so you’re seeing more rings marketed for their ‘comfort fit,’ which means in essence that the ring is crafted so the inside of the band is slightly domed — instead of flat against the skin — to create a fit which is comfier on the finger and easier to squeeze over a knuckle.”

Evan Yurman recently introduced a special ring collection at David Yurman, an international jewellery company found by his parents, where he started a men’s line 14 years ago. “Men don’t have to have what’s basically a gold washer,” he said. His new designs are ridged, fluted, faceted and cabled in signature David Yurman style, which made of titanium, forged carbon, meteorite, black diamonds etc..

Rings also rule at the influential Dover Street Market stores in London, Tokyo and New York. As talked by Mimi Hoppen, their London-based director of jewellery, the latest jewellery finds turned out to be all about rings. She said she favored “Tom Wood, a Norwegian designer, with signet rings; and The Great Frog, an English brand, with big chunky silver rings. And Castro, an English engraver making rings. And the Tokyo jeweler Natural Instinct with their big, chunky silver carved bracelets and rings.”

In which of the stores is men’s jewellery most popular? “Tokyo is our strongest in men’s jewellery,” Ms. Hoppen said. “They like what is special and different, and they are really fashion aware in terms of style and how to present themselves. The English are slightly more reserved and New York, slightly less adventurous.”


2. Necklaces and Chains

As in fashion, the lines between men’s and women’s jewellery have become increasingly blurred. Maybe one day jewellery will all be unisex. At Dover Street Market, it already seemed to be as every jewellery line Ms. Hoppen singled out was unisex.

Diamonds are also rising in popularity, like the full-pave effect on Mr. Yurman’s most recent DY Dog Tags design. In Paris, the jeweller Alexandre Corrot of Djula said his male customers “are asking for more diamonds” too.

“Some men want a little sparkle,” Ms. Perry of David Perry & Associates added. “Not necessarily high wattage, but at recent shows we saw men’s rings and bracelets accented with black spinels or black diamonds, which offer the kind of subtle dazzle one could wear every day.”


Source: The New York Times (Kathleen Beckett)

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