We are so excited to present the most stunning jewellery during Copenhagen Fashion Week Aug. 10. 2017.
We are looking forward to be celebrating a stunning day with all our brands -
OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN / SHAMBALLA JEWELS
ORIT ELHANATI / MARLENE JUHL JØRGENSEN / VIERI / CARRÉ
HARGREAVES STOCKHOLM / SIF JAKOBS / REBEKKA NOTKIN / T/RAW
MALAIKA RAISS / ENGELBERT STOCKHOLM / KINZ KANAAN / PANDORA
SARA ROBERTSSON / PIONI DESIGN / KESKI POMPPU / PILGRIM
DULONG FINE JEWELRY / MEN UP NORTH / COCO’S LIBERTY / CF CONCEPT
JULIE NIELSDOTTIR / MARYLOU JEWELLERY / DYRBERG KERN
See you all for a sparkling day.
The Jewellery Room team
Kina Anderson, our Swedish contributor, has attended the World Watch and Jewellery Show, Baselworld 2017 and reports back on a significant trend – Soft shapes and subtle colours, the 2017 show was all about softness.
Pale pastels in Pasquale Brunis´ Bon Ton collection: Milky quartz, pink quartz and light blue and pink chalcedony.
When living in times of uncertainty, you look for security, comfort and warmth – these facts are evident in the world of jewellery. Subtle colours create a sense of peace and serenity, hues that are now emerging, both in jewellery and watches. Pale pastels as well as dark shades like burgundy, navy blue and dark green. And subtle grey feels like the new black.
Fifty shades of grey… Moonstones in different shades from Tamara Comolli.
In this trend of softness, gems like shimmering moonstones, chalcedonies and pink quartz are favourites, cut as cabochons (a gemstone cut with a convex, rounded surface that is polished but unfaceted), that goes particularly well with these stones, accenting the subdued colours. And a slice of the mother of pearl beneath a gemstone gives a wonderful soft lustre. One of my personal favourite cuts was an irregular cabochon cut, seen at stone dealer Paul Wild, almost like a Keshi pearl. A cut I later noticed in a pearl collier from world known pearl brand Mikomoto´s. Pearls, by the way, fit perfectly into this new softness – especially baroque pearls.
The blush-coloured moonstones at Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen attracted a lot of attention.
This article is written by our Swedish contributor Kina Anderson. Kina is a journalist with the speciality in jewellery. Learn more about Kina on her blog and on Instagram @kinakristinaandersson.
Next week, on May 23. the Danish Elle Style Awards show celebrates this year’s greatest talents in the Danish fashion industry. Since the size of our fashion industry in Denmark is pretty small, compared to countries like the United States and the United Kingdom, Elle Style Awards is the greatest event in Denmark putting design, fashion, style, photography and jewellery in the spotlight and allowing these creative industries to take the centre stage for one glamorous night.
This year three Fine Jewellery labels are nominated within the category “Jewellery Collection of the year”.
One of them being fine jewellery designer Rebekka Notkin with her “Darling” collection. Rebekka Notkin’s jewellery designs are characterised by soft, bohemian, natural curves, timeless elegance and excellent craftsmanship in precious materials. Rebekka’s jewellery speaks to the classic and sophisticated modern woman who loves the elegant style with a statement appeal.
Rebekka creates her jewellery with carefully selected gemstones in her studio in Bredgade, Copenhagen. In Notkin’s magical atelier clients can experience an alluring world of “out of the ordinary” luxury.
The second nominee is actually an Elle-Award-Winner from last year. Orit Elhanati is nominated again this year for her “Stranger” collection. Orit has a unique gift of creating jewellery with substance and wow-factor. Every piece is limited edition and handmade by Orit herself. She is renowned for her organic shapes, which is also presented in “Stranger”. Another unique aspect of the “Stranger” collection is that it’s made in gold-coated silver. It’s the first time Orit is working with silver instead of gold.