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Watches / 15 June 2017
The Italian fashion house's first foray into men's watches.
The Czech model takes T on her love for watches – particularly IWC.
Classic necklaces, earrings, cuffs, and rings are increasingly abstract and poetic.
The brand's enigmatic appeal has attracted more women in the past decade.
The French luxury house has unveiled a dazzling new version of its seminal Tambour watch.
The English football star was chosen as an embodiment of the Swiss luxury watch house’s values.
Jewellery, that peculiarly intimate accessory, has long been associated with protection, whether spiritual, emotional or even physical.
Pieces of jewellery can be cerebral commentaries, they can invoke emotions. They're made in the likeness of art but denied entry into the art community.
Richard Mille’s move toward the women’s market is well calculated.
Watches / 5 May 2017
The return of everything ’80s continues with the rebirth of Cartier’s timepiece icon of the era — Panthère de Cartier.
Little trinkets of moonstone, amethyst, and pearl set in gold and silver are unexpectedly potent couriers of memory – founder of By Invite Only tells us all.
A 19-year-old watch reinvented in all black.
Jaime Lim, a practising architect takes T through her infatuation with gemstones, and her side jewellery label [in]trigue.
The latest fine jewellery collection from the maison puts the spotlight on its signature quilted design.
In a year of global uncertainty for the industry, watchmakers unveiled an array of head-turning new pieces at the 2017 Baselworld watch fair, now in its 100th year.
Jewellery / 20 April 2017
The crystal accessories brand has teamed up with style bloggers to showcase the new additions to its Iconic Swan collection.
Introduced at the Baselworld, the Slim d’Hermès L’heure Impatiente muses on the poetry of time with a dial that measures anticipation.
Singaporean label Lucy & Mui's minimalistic jewellery is looking to refresh ambition in stay-home mothers.
The venerable Roman maison is making impressive strides on the thin front with its men’s watch line.
A jewelled bouquet on the wrist doubles up as a time-teller.
Making twinkling, melodious soundtracks, beating harmoniously to one’s movement.
Watches / 29 March 2017
A rose by any other name is still a rose.
Quite the grande dame of the accessory world, delicate little trinklets might be small in size, but huge on possibilities as a subtle accent for day or an arm party by night.
Cemented in Asian cultures, jadeites are often heirlooms passed down generations. But jade is back and jeweller Choo Yilin is breathing new life into them.
Van Cleef & Arpel’s poetic watch considers real-time orbital periods, revealing an Earth-Jupiter opposition on 7 April.
The Parisian jeweller long associated with art deco elegance and money-is-no-object opulence, particularly for well-heeled women has become an unlikely darling of the young male watch-geek set.
Kazumi Nagano draws from the 1,400-year-old technique of Origami to weave art-like jewellery pieces.
These five picks are exclusively for women, with a different highlight for each.
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