The theme of this year’s Met Gala was an homage to Comme des Garçons’ conceptual fashion designer Rei Kawakubo. Accordingly, all attendees were challenged to pull off an avant-garde look at the red carpet.
Some celebrities managed this task more successfully than others. However, since most of the dresses were a bit over the top, the jewellery was mainly kept relatively quiet – and primarily coalesced around a few looks featuring with either chokers, long dazzling earrings or fingers stacked with statement rings.
Haily Balwin pulled off an amazing look with a custom Swarovski-studded Gigi Burris veil, diamond choker and earrings.
A noteworthy and interesting observation was however that brooches made a comeback this year.
Keri Russell with Matthew Rhys by her side wore a David Webb Heraldic Brooch and pink tourmaline ring.
Even the men went for the brooches this year. Here The Weekend, with girlfriend Selena Gomez (in Tiffany & Co.), wearing a diamond brooch.
BVLGARI was the big winner on the red carpet, grazing a number of stars from Céline Dion, Diane Kruger, Lily Aldridge, Bella Hadid to Elizabeth Chambers.
Some stars still gave the jewellery special attention, Cassie for instance, wore a custom-made diamond ear piece by Indonesian designer Rinaldy Yunardi.
Supermodel Cara Delavigne who recently shaved her head was almost impossible to recognise. Cara had painted her short hair silver and dotted it with tiny crystals, sure to make an impression.
The first weekend of the annual Coachella Music & Arts Festival has come and gone. The event is held in Indio, in the Colorado Desert, California, and marks the unofficial start of music festival season. However, despite Coachella being a music festival, the celebrity-visited event is in many ways just as much a fashion happening as it is a music one. Learn what gems to pack for your coming festival season as we take a look at the best jewellery moments from the weekend.
By first glance at the celebrities’ snaps from the weekend, it seems that the style in Indio, California, has finally parted with its boho fetish. Here model Hailey Baldwin puts a sparkling touch to her casual outfits with huge Swarovski earrings.
Kendall Jenner was like a chameleon on the first days of the festival. From oversized hoops to a cool black choker to a flashy look with a sequined bra top, sleeves and sparkling necklace layering.
Our own Josephine Skriver also rocked a thin, old-school choker neckpiece and injected some low-key coolness to the festive event.
Rihanna mixed a low cut denim look with diamond rings from Gilan.
It seems like there are no rules when it comes to the coming summer’s festival and jewellery choices. Go for big, glitter and bling or go old-school with a 90’s inspired leather choker.
The nominees for this year’s British Jewellery Awards have been found. The shortlist was unveiled at an event in the heart of Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter and revealed three Danish brands, who have had a risen success in United Kingdom the last years.
The categories of the award show covers a wide span from Designer of the Year, Brand to Watch, Ethical Jewellery Business, Marketing Campaign, Retailer of the year to Bridal Jewellery Retailer and more.
We are so happy to discover that Sif Jakobs Jewellery is nominated in the category “Jewellery Brand of the Year”. Sif Jakobs Jewellery has expanded rapidly in the UK with her contemporary jewellery design. Last year the label won the ‘Brand to Watch’ category, also at the UK Jewellery Awards.
Together with Sif Jakobs Jewellery Pandora is also nominated as “Jewellery Brand of the Year” in the United Kingdom.
The last Danish brand appearing on the short list is Georg Jensen. The well-renown Danish label is nominated as “Fine Jewellery Brand of the Year” alongside brands like Cartier and Chopard.
This year UK Jewellery Awards is celebrating it’s silver anniversary in association with Clogau. It is the industry’s original and premier awards event, often dubbed the jewellery industry Oscars.
The forthcoming awards show will take place on June 29 at the London Hilton on Park Lane. We keep our fingers crossed that Sif Jakobs and Georg Jensen will celebrate a sparkling night with victory cheers and wish them the best of luck.
The Jewellery Room seemed even more beautiful this time than before.
The old church where the event was held was decorated with 6 meters tall blooming trees and a pink carpet, which lit up the room for fashion week’s most fashionable guests.
After a wonderful (and instagram friendly) breakfast provided by Palæo, Ella Hudson from WGSN talked about the importance of innovativenes within the jewellery industry and the wonderfuld curated gathering of the brands today.
After this the guests were all dressed and excitided to visit the sparkling treasures from the 27 exhibiting brands in The Jewellery Room.
Thanks to our official Partners Copenhagen Fashion Week & WGSN
Breakfast served by Palæo
WGSN – spoke about the importance of jewellery in the Fashion Scene and the innovativeness of The jewellery Room’s digital and physical platform