EDITORIAL

  • VIEREN GOLD SUNRAY

    A remix of Vieren’s classic rectangular design, the collection pays homage to the glamour and style of the fabled Manhattan discotheque Studio 54....

  • DAVID MICHAEL JEWELS

    Brothers David and Michael Robinson are the only duplicates in their workshop. Working independently but synchronously at their studio in Paradise Point, Australia, the duo...

  • ANASTSIA TABAROVSKAIA

    Anastasia Tabarovskaia’s fuses Russian art nouveau design and Japanese minimalist principles to create handmade pieces of high jewellery. With five generations of creativity...

  • ROBERT LEE MORRIS

    It’s not everyday you have the opportunity to meet a living legend like Robert Lee Morris. Having collaborated with some of the most iconic names in fashion such as Karl Lagerfeld...

  • NFT JEWELRY, WTF?

    A fundamental change is happening at the very core of the jewelry field– a new generation of designers, craftspeople, and collectors are diving into technologies such as Blockchain...

  • GERMAN KABIRSKI

    Historically, grotesques have played an important part in architecture. These mythical beasts have been carved into stone for millennia, manifesting a power of protection to ward off...

PERSONAL INTEREST

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Take5 w/ Marla Aaron

Take5 w/ Marla Aaron

Stepping into Marla Aaron’s world releases all preconceptions about what jewelry is and could be. Bold materials, fascinating construction, and jewels of historic and unforeseen inspiration lie within her alluring orange jewelry...

Take5 w/ Marla Aaron

Stepping into Marla Aaron’s world releases all preconceptions about what jewelry is and could be. Bold materials, fascinating construction, and jewels of historic and unforeseen inspiration lie within her alluring orange jewelry...

Take5 w/ Michael of DMJ

Take5 w/ Michael of DMJ

David Michael Jewels: Pencil, paper. Gold, silver, and gemstones. Born in New Zealand, forged in Australia. Eyes never stop wandering, hands never cease working. Legends of jewellery, humans of mystery.  ...

Take5 w/ Michael of DMJ

David Michael Jewels: Pencil, paper. Gold, silver, and gemstones. Born in New Zealand, forged in Australia. Eyes never stop wandering, hands never cease working. Legends of jewellery, humans of mystery.  ...

Take5 w/ Michella Cruz

Take5 w/ Michella Cruz

She’s an icon, she’s a legend, and she is the moment. We catch up with jet-set model, and passionate jewellery lover, Michella Cruz.   C/O: Michella Cruz   Where did...

Take5 w/ Michella Cruz

She’s an icon, she’s a legend, and she is the moment. We catch up with jet-set model, and passionate jewellery lover, Michella Cruz.   C/O: Michella Cruz   Where did...

Take5 w/ St. Eloi Vintage

Take5 w/ St. Eloi Vintage

St. Eloi Vintage: Jewel huntress, dog lover. 90’s childhood dreams, adult money. Gilded memories, jewelled existence. Buy it now, or forever regret.   C/O: St. Eloi   Who inspired you as...

Take5 w/ St. Eloi Vintage

St. Eloi Vintage: Jewel huntress, dog lover. 90’s childhood dreams, adult money. Gilded memories, jewelled existence. Buy it now, or forever regret.   C/O: St. Eloi   Who inspired you as...

Samuel Waterhouse: The Dish and The Spoon

Samuel Waterhouse: The Dish and The Spoon

Samuel Waterhouse, a highly-celebrated and self-taught North Umberland jeweller, is a rare breed of youth bringing their take to the traditional craft of fine British silversmithing. Influenced by his father’s...

Samuel Waterhouse: The Dish and The Spoon

Samuel Waterhouse, a highly-celebrated and self-taught North Umberland jeweller, is a rare breed of youth bringing their take to the traditional craft of fine British silversmithing. Influenced by his father’s...

Ute Decker: The Gold Standard

Ute Decker: The Gold Standard

As a political economics journalist turned award-winning jeweller, Ute Decker’s work is more than an exploration of negative space and form. While taking a line for a walk, Ute delves...

Ute Decker: The Gold Standard

As a political economics journalist turned award-winning jeweller, Ute Decker’s work is more than an exploration of negative space and form. While taking a line for a walk, Ute delves...