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Object of Desire / 9 April 2020
Whether viewed under sunshine or moonlight, the delicate pieces of Van Cleef & Arpels’ Frivole line display the beauty of nature in all its glory.
As one of the oldest watchmaking manufacturer in the world, Vacheron Constantin’s new women’s collection explores a new dialogue with haute couture.
Zenith’s El Primero was once considered a mechanical marvel. Now, it’s achieved cult classic status.
From Van Cleef & Arpels, jewel-and-pearl pieces that all but dance on the ear.
The ornamental meets the functional in these watches.
With the early 20th-century emergence of the cocktail party came cocktail jewellery: bright, brazen, sparkling. Now, Tiffany & Co. offers a new take.
A vintage wedding ring of a Nordic couple led to the birth of Tom Wood, an Oslo-based jewellery label known for its signet rings.
Jewellery designer Ana Khouri and the Olsen sisters came together for one of the season’s most unexpected collaborations.
Meet the technical marvels that are spearheading the future of watchmaking.
Jewellery / 31 January 2020
Daniel Roseberry revisited many of the house’s iconic motifs this season, including an eye designed by the writer and artist Jean Cocteau.
Dazzling compositions of colour — rosy rubies, yellow beryls, azure sapphires — set these kaleidoscopic pieces apart.
The 85-year-old fashion designer’s very-first haute joaillerie collection nods to the spare yet bold simplicity and primary colours of Art Deco.
A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.
Through the back of the Swiss watchmaker’s luxurious new timepiece, you can see what makes it tick.
A stretched, almost surrealist timepiece.
Watches / 27 October 2019
Forget cases of stainless steel, gold or ceramic — the coppery metal is the material of the moment in the watch world, and part of a complete breakfast.
Crafted in diamonds and gold, the beautiful delicacy of nature is made to last forever in these jewellery pieces.
With the impending gifting season, Swarovski unveils a holiday collection of baubles, necklaces, bracelets and earrings that are designed to fit the many facets of modern women.
It takes two months to make this classic Chanel accessory. Watch as artisans deftly construct the timepiece, from the ceramic band to the steel-edged case to the self-winding internal mechanism, at the brand’s atelier in Switzerland.
Rolex made its first turquoise-faced watch in 1983. This version of the classic Day-Date 36, in gold, sports the first such dial in nearly a decade.
Bell & Ross’s new urbane timepiece is sure to become a modern heirloom.
Jewellery / 23 October 2019
Ana Khouri, known for her sculptural diamond-adorned designs, celebrates two new projects this month.
Following the success of its initial launch in Paris, the Clash de Cartier Studio takes over an art gallery in Robertson Quay.
Owing in part to the late actor-motor racer Paul Newman, the infinite allure of the Cosmograph Daytona has earned a class of its own as the most coveted Rolex watch amongst collectors.
The Manhattan-based Foundrae is a fine jeweller that creates its pieces around the belief of spiritual magic.
With a new body battery tracking function, the enhanced health and wellness monitoring features of Garmin’s smartwatches are set to impress.
The badge of honour gets an upgrade with Tiffany & Co.’s first dedicated men’s pieces for its annual Blue Book high jewellery collection.
Van Cleef & Arpels has brought its foundational love story to the surface of a watch: its iconic Pont des Amoureux timepiece.
Nestled within COMO Point Yamu in Phuket, the German watchmaker hosted its Connoisseur’s Akademie, a hands-on watchmaking workshop for ardent horology fans.
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