They have ccess to over 80% of the worlds global diamond market, which enables you to collaborate with them on a journey that sees you finding something that is made to your exact requirements. Paired with one of their expert advisors, you will be given a personalised service that helps you find the quality and affordable diamond jewellery or loose diamonds that you are looking for. A new breed of jeweller specialising in engagement rings and diamond jewellery. They bring simplicity, clarity, choice and value to the process of buying the highest quality diamonds and bespoke jewellery and deliver delicately crafted, high quality engagement, eternity and cocktail rings as well as earrings, bracelets and necklaces - taking design inspiration from a variety of genres (from modern through to classic and vintage).
Collection of fine jewellery that centres around Turkish mythical symbols traditionally used for protection and safe-keeping, comprising of dainty necklaces and bracelets, handmade in 18 carat white, rose, and yellow gold, all embellished with diamonds, precious stones or coloured enamel, each bringing with it a form of protection for its wearer. The range of delicate pieces are designed to be worn everyday. Using traditional Turkish techniques, every individual piece is hand-crafted by artisans with generations of experience, for a truly unique finish. As per Ottoman legend, a Hand of Hamsa or an Evil Eye on your person wards off any evil eye or jealousy from others, such are their ability to dispel negative thoughts and energy.
Collection of jewellery inspired by Dante Alighieris Divine Comedy; each piece corresponds to one of the poets 100 poems. As the pilgrim journeys through the realms of Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise, he encounters mythical creatures, scraggy landscapes, and terrifying demons. Just like Dantes subjects, each piece of jewellery is battered, imperfect, and a little bit melancholy. Every piece tells a story, embodying a modern heirloom, that will travel with you on your own adventures.
To think it all started with a 19th century fad, the hoop skirt. That was the first item that Joseph and Lyman Bloomingdale carried in their Ladies' Notions Shop in New York's Lower East Side. In the late 1800's, most fashion retailers specialized in just one type of garment. Not the brothers Bloomingdale, their East Side Bazaar, opened in 1872, sold a wide variety of European fashions. It was the beginning of what would become a "Department Store". In 1886 came the visionary move uptown to 59th Street and Lexington Avenue. The store expanded steadily and by the 1920's, Bloomingdale's converted an entire city block. Flexing his marketing muscle, in 1900 Lyman created splashy ad campaigns to bring people in the door. People started seeing the "All Cars Transfer to Bloomingdale's" slogan everywhere, on billboards, delivery wagons, and even ladies' beach umbrellas. In the 1940's Bloomingdale's became the stage for gala events and fashion shows, including "Woman Of The Year, 1947." With music, lighting and sophistication, it was retailing as theater. In 1961, the Bloomingdale's team came up with the first designer shopping bags. Since then, many have become collector's items. By the 70's, everyone was stopping by 59th Street and Lexington Avenue for a look, including Queen Elizabeth. People came to see and to be seen. Once there, they were dazzled by the cutting-edge fashion of designers like Ralph Lauren, Perry Ellis and Norma Kamali, who got their first truly big opportunities at Bloomingdale's. In the 2000's, looking forward, Bloomingdale's is committed to once again lead the way with exclusive merchandise, customized services, and alternative shopping venues. Carrying on the Bloomingdale's brothers' dream, Bloomingdale's are always finding ways to set their stores apart. That's both the legacy and the promise of Bloomingdale's.
Designs, manufactures, distributes and sells jewellery and watches. Founded in Paris, France in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier, the company remained under family control until 1964. The company maintains its headquarters in Paris and is now a wholly owned subsidiary of the Compagnie Financière Richemont SA and stands as one of the worlds most esteemed and respectful Maisons in the luxury goods industry, renowned worldwide for its high jewelry creations and watches, perfumes and prestige accessories, symbols of craftsmanship and elegance, quality and excellence.
One of the UKs leading independent jewellers, bringing the finest selection of luxury jewellery and watches from leading designers and brands. They have a huge selection of fine, fashion and fun jewellery available across each of their 14 boutiques based mainly around the midlands and northern England. Established in 1979, C.W. Sellors has over 30 years of invaluable experience, and plays a leading role within the UK's jewellery retail and manufacturing sectors. The company is now into its second generation, with a dedicated team of over 90 employees, including their very own in house design team dedicated to finding new exciting materials, creating new individual collections for their customers to enjoy. They have their very own workshops, the main jewellery workshop based in Ashbourne, Derbyshire, where they offer an unbeatable design, repair and valuation service. C.W. Sellors have often been recognized for their award winning collections specialising in unique British gemstones such as Whitby Jet, Blue John, and more recently Preselli Bluestone. C.W. Sellors also specialize in luxury watches, stocking many of the most sought after watch brands, including new exciting and emerging brands. Their aim is to bring the very best service to their very loyal customers, with a very friendly and highly knowledgeable team, who are passionate about the products they work with.
The Snyder sisters grew up in Jacksonville, Florida, where they used their cardiologist father's medical tools to teach themselves how to make jewellery while in middle school. Once the two reunited in New York after their college years, they went back to their childhood hobby and created a capsule jewellery collection for Danielle's non-profit LWALA (Live With A Lifelong Ambition), which fundraised for grass-roots initiatives in Africa. Seemingly overnight, the two built their jewellery passion into a mega-successful brand. Since its inception in 2008, Dannijo has advocated creating sustainable economic opportunity for women in underdeveloped areas of the world. All packaging is handmade in Rwanda as part of their women's empowerment initiative in partnership with Indego Africa. All jewellery is handmade in New York and sold at select, high-end stores worldwide including Net-A-Porter, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Shopbop, Holt Renfrew, Lane Crawford and Liberty. Danielle and Jodie were featured on Inc Magazine's 30 Under 30: America's Coolest Entrepreneurs List, are members of the CFDA and were recently profiled by The New York Times and WSJ. They've been featured on the TODAY Show as well as Fox Business. Danielle was named Forbes 30 under 30 in Art and Style, as well as honored at Glamour Women of the Year Awards. Additionally, Danielle produced and hosted an interview series for Harper's BAZAAR entitled Conversation Pieces wherein she interviewed fascinating women across industries including prima ballerina and icon Misty Copeland. The sisters are passionate about creating a multidimensional brand that evolves to the needs of their customers; Dannijo was among the first to launch fashion casing for iPhones and iPads and has been at the forefront of the social media/digital movement. The fashion and fine jewellery lines have an extensive celebrity following including Natalie Portman, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Kendall Jenner and Rihanna.
Darling Cherie Jewellery
Swiss Made, cruelty-free and vegan luxury jewellery. Based and handcrafted in Switzerland by the savoir-faire of its Swiss craftsmen, every piece of jewellery is tailor-made with passion and responsibility. The quality of the products and choice of the techniques to manufacture their jewellery are focused on getting the perfect rendition of a handmade luxury product and life-long jewellery.
Gathers creators and houses of exception. Each of them is carefully studied and chosen, the objective is to select leading products of mastered know-how, a protected inheritance and an anchoring in the modernity. Four main values are registered in the genetic code of the shop: passion, taste of undertake (creativity and innovation), open-mindedness and pursuit of excellence. They are fascinated by this job, which touches the individual being, the culture but also because of what the garment brings to each woman: well-being, self-coincidence and opening tpwards others; they try to anticipate the desires and wishes of their customers, which they listen caringly while bringing a unique attention to them. Creativity and innovation are the mainspring of a group that builds itself and grows with the company; these values are at the heart of a worked association: renew their offer by encouraging the diversity of the profiles in order to favor an international brilliance to multiply the creative energies. They are aware of the requirement of their customers, that's why they always try to develop and increase their relations with the clients; it is essential to listen to their stories in order to understand their culture and answer accurately to the infinite different aspirations of every single customer worldwide. Within Département Féminin they are in constant search for the absolute aestheticism while protecting fervently the image of the different houses. They pay a meticulous and careful attention to details, from product to service, it is in this quest of excellence that they cultivate their difference.
Dover Street Market
Multilevel fashion retail and concept store with an art gallery spirit, created by Rei Kawakubo of Japanese fashion label Comme des Garçons. It was located in Dover Street, Mayfair, London and since March 19th 2016, the store has moved to 18-22 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4DG. Dover Street Market has a branch in Tokyo, which opened in 2006, a branch in New York (opened in 2013), and a franchise in Beijing.
Inspired by shapes and symbols associated with adornment, modern art and architecture, Eddie Borgo creates collections that challenge our ideas of classicism and luxury. Eddie Borgo began his exploration of adornment at university, establishing his pioneering point of view at that time. His fascination with the ideas attached to symbolism in jewellery began to evolve in a stage of experimentation, at which time he began making jewellery as one off pieces. After being introduced to a select number of stylists and editors, he was commissioned to create jewellery for the runways of Marchesa, Joseph Altuzarra, and Proenza Schouler. He formally launched his collection in spring summer 2008. Eddies philosophy in jewellery comes from his attraction to the timelessness in modern sculpture and shape, and an obsession with capturing this spirit in his work. As his collections evolve, so does his unique ability to constantly redefine our ideas of modernity in jewellery, sculpture, and object. The collection is a study in traditions: Americana, the history of rock and roll, and the heritage of New York City. The collection is now sold at over 200 retailers worldwide and stocked at luxury boutiques in Toronto, London, Paris, Milan, Moscow, Istanbul, Dubai, Riyadh, Seoul, Taiwan, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Melbourne. It is available online through Net-a-Porter. In 2010 Eddie Borgo was awarded runner up in the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund. In 2011, Eddie Borgo won the CFDA Swarovski Award for innovation in accessory design and was a co-recipient of the first ever CFDA/Vogue Tiffany & Co. Development Grant. Headquartered in New York City, the Eddie Borgo studio houses the design, sales, press, product development, production, finance, logistics, operations and repairs departments. Eddie Borgo is a limited liability company registered in the state of New York.
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