The high roller event, in partnership with World Poker Tour, was attended by professional poker players and high-profile guests
If you’ve ever dreamt of gambling for luxury goods, look no further than Baccarat’s High Rollers Club VIP event, hosted on July 17 at the Baccarat Boutique on Madison Avenue in New York City. The famed crystal craftsmen welcomed about 50 or so attendees, featuring five professional poker players and ... More
Discover Reed Krakoff’s new platinum Paper Moon collection for Tiffany & Co.
Designer Reed Krakoff has unveiled his first jewelry collection since taking over as Chief Artistic Officer at Tiffany & Co. The high- and fine-jewelry collection, entitled Paper Moon, includes petal-inspired pendants, earrings, bracelets and rings in highly polished platinum, adorned with tanzanite or Tiffany yellow diamonds. To ... More
Discover how the luxury jewelry brand is celebrating its legendary (and lucky) Alhambra clover collection
Alain Bernard laughs when asked to name his favorite pieces within Alhambra, the iconic Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry collection that has spawned seemingly endless combinations of metals, gemstones and other materials since its debut 50 years ago. “I personally love color, so when we use coral ... More
The New York flagship hosted a party to kick off Jewelry on 2
On Tuesday, June 5, Saks Fifth Avenue celebrated the opening of Jewelry on 2, the new jewelry floor at the New York flagship in partnership. The star-studded night kicked off with a happy hour toasted by Saks President Marc Metrick and Town & Country Editor-in-Chief Stellene Volandes.
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The RM 71-01 Automatic Tourbillon Talisman watch assortment proves exclusivity with ten variations and five pieces made for each
Last week, Richard Mille released a new haute horlogerie collection for women called the RM 71-01 Automatic Tourbillon Talisman with 10 different variations to choose from. The catch? There will only be five timepieces produced for each variation and will be available exclusively at Richard Mille boutiques ... More
The father of Fabergé eggs had a cabinet full of non-egg-shaped curiosities
Peter Carl Fabergé may be best known as the father of Fabergé eggs—those nonpareil Easter eggs originally commissioned by Russia’s emperor—but the jeweler’s work in fact comes in a vivid array of shapes and sizes. A selection of it can be found at the forthcoming exhibit “Celebrating Royal Fabergé – ... More