Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen amazes yet again, this time with a collection inspired from the 1930s-1940s traveling circus.
Charlotte Lynggaard is the creator of this exquisite collection which are handcrafted in 18 karat gold adorned with twinkling Shooting Stars, cocky pearls and vivid vintage-colored gemstones.
This collection is a poetic act in precious metal and precious stones, it is seductive, minimalistic yet powerfull and will add sophisticated playfulness to every outfit.
Check out the entire collection: http://www.olelynggaard.com/en/collections/fine_jewellery/magic-circus/magic-circus-collection.htm
In the streets of Paris at Place Vendôme we completely fell in love with this amazing gold cape from Boucheron named Cape de Lumière. It was showed during Haute Couture week in Paris last week.
A lot of interesting and always mind-blowing jewellery was shown, but what stole our attention was this golden beauty which had taken 900 hours in the workshop with a 81,61 cts Citrine and paved with diamonds.
“It was created on a dressmaker’s dummy to ensure perfect fit, drape and suppleness and its element are interconnected by a women mesh of golden thread. From the chiseled cut of the overall piece to the delicacy of its twisted chains inset with diamionds, this Mantle of Light stretches the limits of jewellery-making further than ever” Boucheron – http://www.boucheron.com/en/the-creations/high-jewelry/26-vendome/porte-couture.html
Fab Atelier and market intelligence agency Adorn Insight has announced the UK launch of their Jewellery Mentoring Program which is an opportunity for upcoming designers to establish their brand ind the marketplace. The concept is created by a shared desire to encourage creativity and entrepreneurship.
Their innovative concept sees students at design schools across Europe who is invited to submit their jewellery design to the Fab Atelier website – https://fab-atelier.com/mentoring.
Are you one of the five lucky designers to win a year of one-to-one mentoring from Adorn Insight and Fab Atelier?
The five winners will be announced on 8th of September and we at The Jewellery Room cant wait to see what this new exiting collaboration will bring to the industry.
Wednesday night both Danish Sif Jakobs Jewellery and Pandora won at the leading British event within the jewellery industry, UK Jewellery Awards 2016.
The two Danish winners were chosen by a number of independant industry experts. Sif Jakobs Jewellery won as the only Danish brand in the category ‘Brand to Watch’ while Pandora won the title as ‘Brand of the Year’ a vote which were decided by readers of the magazine Marie Claire
To the winners of the evening, Ruth Faulkner, editor of the British industry magazine Retail Jewellery commented:
“The competition was extremely though this year and being a winner of one of the categories shows that you are the best within your field.”
When talking about Sif Jakobs the judges said:
“In this competitive category the judges where looking for a brand that had shown consistent growth since launch and specifically in the past 12 months. With this in mind the Danish brand Sif Jakobs Jewellery has shown its potential and developed itself into a well known name at the British market.”
Founder and designer of Sif Jakobs Jewellery is proud, surprised and touched.
“I was completely overjoyed when our name was called out as the winner of ‘Brand to Watch’ – such an unexpected accolade. Im so very proud of my dedicated team and everyone who has been involved, working hard to achieve this; it is just great recognition for everything we are aiming towards. We have come very far in the last few years, but still strive to do bigger and better in the British market; this is just the beginning.”
About Pandora’s award ‘Brand of the Year’ the judges said:
“This global brand shows no sign of stopping. Marie Claire’s readers has voted on this high-street giant which has around 200 concept stores in United Kingdom, to be ‘Brand of the Year”.
The nominated brands in the categories was chosen months ago based on a number of criteria including growth, marketing activities, awareness and potential on the market.
Currently Sif Jakobs Jewellery works with 125 independant retailers in United Kingdom and Ireland. The aim is to double its number of retailers in 2016 and hit more than 1000 points of sale in Europe.
It’s fantastic to see Jewellery having a platform during a fashion week as it is a crucial part of the fashion world.
Editors were buzzing about The Jewellery Room as if it was one of the most soughtafter shows in town. And it was
Beautifully styled and was such an easy and accessible way to experience many brands gathered under one roof.