A peek inside the new NYC home of A-list approved fine jewelry house, Hoorsenbuhs
“I think there’s a song by Future that really talks to the philosophy” is how Robert Keith, the founder and creative director of the California-based fine jewelry collection, Hoorsenbuhs, explains the way he and right-hand-man slash brand ambassador, Kether Parker, manage to keep their luxury brand high on A-listers’ radars ... More
Fine jewelry boutique Misahara opened it’s doors to celebrate the season with candlemaker Cire Trudon
In celebration of the holiday season, Misahara jewelry opened the doors of its Plaza Hotel store and invited VIP guests to embark on a sensory journey of sorts. This tasting for the eyes and nose paired colorful, glittering displays of Misahara jewels with candles from Cire Trudon. The revered French ... More
The NYC flagship store unveils its Artisan in Residence series
John Hardy has embodied the magic of Bali since its inception in 1975. With a distinct and one-of-a-kind style, the jewelry’s brilliance is surpassed only by the company’s deep-rooted values in sustainability, artisanship and community. Back in the Bali offices, the company breaks every day at 1:00pm sharp ... More
Venice’s first family of memento mori jewelry takes up temporary residence in San Francisco
Over the past years, the mediums of art and fashion have grown ever more intertwined as cultural institutions have taken to exhibiting the latter as the former. Inspired by exhibits like the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty,” in 2011, and “China: Through the Looking Glass,” in 2015—both ... More
Shinola has collaborated with New York–based Pamela Love on its first jewelry collection
Is Shinola, Detroit’s homegrown maker of everything from bicycles to leather bags, now a girl’s best friend? Yes, if its latest covetable accessories are any indication.
The brand takes its first foray into fine jewelry with a collection designed by the New York–based Pamela Love, a CFDA winner known for her ... More
Just in time for the holidays, the Wynn Las Vegas reopens its Cartier boutique following a minor facelift. The shop’s gold, bronze and beige interiors showcase the fine jeweler’s elegant baubles, a number of which—like the Ballon Bleu de Cartier Serti Vibrant watch (above), with brilliant-cut diamonds set in 18-karat white gold—are otherwise only available abroad.
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With nearly 175 years under its belt, Fabergé was presented the highest honor in the watchmaking industry
Fabergé's timepieces stand for history, elegance, and nearly 175 years of intricate craftsmanship. And recently, Fabergé walked away with the 2016 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève. This isn't just any award. Think Oscars or Olympic Gold Medal-level, the highest recognition among any connoisseur of the Swiss watchmaking industry.
“To win another ... More
An Italian jewelry designer puts a new spin on the classic
Forty years after launching Royal Oak, Audemars Piguet is celebrating the milestone with an epic collaboration. Italian jewelry designer Carolina Bucci applied her distinct Florentine style to a modern interpretation of Jacqueline Dimier’s original design, resulting in Royal Oak Frosted Gold. The watch’s defining feature is its ... More