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Yannis Sergakis presents the new SIGMA  collection
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Yannis Sergakis presents the new SIGMA collection

Jewelry That one cloudless moment, which leaves no room for anything but a big smile. A memory of salty air, the joy of letting loose, the brilliance of days one wishes would never end. The brilliance of an unassuming world of diamonds.   The new Charnières Sigma Collection, is a reminder of laid-back luxury. Through a choice of coloured cords and an in nite composition of diamond elements, one gets to build their own bracelet. A custom bracelet matching any mood, creating a new memory or bringing back a past one,organically becoming second skin.   One cord, one element; one cord, multiple elements. Many single-element cords in various colours; many multi-element cords in the same colour.   Countless diamond combinations that can be worn by anyone. That one cloudless moment, which leaves no room for anything but a big smile. A memory of salty air, the joy of letting loose, the brilliance of days one wishes would never end. The brilliance of an unassuming world of diamonds.   The new Charnières Sigma Collection, is a reminder of laid-back luxury. Through a choice of coloured cords and an in nite composition of diamond elements, one gets to build their own bracelet. A custom bracelet matching any mood, creating a new memory or bringing back a past one,organically becoming second skin.   One cord, one element; one cord, multiple elements. Many single-element cords in various colours; many multi-element cords in the same colour.   Countless diamond combinations that can be worn by anyone.

TWOJEYS JOINS FORCES WITH JOURNAL1992 AND WELCOMES THE SUMMER WITH THE MOST MEDITERRANEAN COLLECTION
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TWOJEYS JOINS FORCES WITH JOURNAL1992 AND WELCOMES THE SUMMER WITH THE MOST MEDITERRANEAN COLLECTION

Jewelry THE NEW COLLECTION OF TWOJEYS TOGETHER WITH THE JOURNAL1992 BRAND FOUNDED BY JOAN PALÀ CONSISTS OF NECKLACES AND BRACELETS IN ANTIQUE SILVER AND BRONZE IN THE PUREST MEDITERRANEAN STYLE.     Summer, the beach, the Mediterranean Sea, the sun on your face and your feet in the sand. This time of the year is much more than the most awaited summer season, it's a destination, it's the time to let yourself go, to travel and to be free with TWOJEYS x Journal1992.     TWOJEYS x Journal1992 is an invitation, a proposal for a journey between seas and sunsets. A collection in antiqued silver and bronze - the necklaces do not have a chain but are created with rope simulating the sea capes - consisting of 12 limited pieces, 4 bracelets, 5 necklaces, 2 rings and earrings in the shape of the sun.     This new drop promises to be one of the jewels of this summer, highlighting the Soleil necklace with rope and bronze piece, as well as the Calypso earrings or the Lost and Found rings in antique silver and bronze.     AVAILABLE FROM TUESDAY 15 AT 9 PM AT TWOJEYS.COM THE NEW COLLECTION OF TWOJEYS TOGETHER WITH THE JOURNAL1992 BRAND FOUNDED BY JOAN PALÀ CONSISTS OF NECKLACES AND BRACELETS IN ANTIQUE SILVER AND BRONZE IN THE PUREST MEDITERRANEAN STYLE.     Summer, the beach, the Mediterranean Sea, the sun on your face and your feet in the sand. This time of the year is much more than the most awaited summer season, it's a destination, it's the time to let yourself go, to travel and to be free with TWOJEYS x Journal1992.     TWOJEYS x Journal1992 is an invitation, a proposal for a journey between seas and sunsets. A collection in antiqued silver and bronze - the necklaces do not have a chain but are created with rope simulating the sea capes - consisting of 12 limited pieces, 4 bracelets, 5 necklaces, 2 rings and earrings in the shape of the sun.     This new drop promises to be one of the jewels of this summer, highlighting the Soleil necklace with rope and bronze piece, as well as the Calypso earrings or the Lost and Found rings in antique silver and bronze.     AVAILABLE FROM TUESDAY 15 AT 9 PM AT TWOJEYS.COM

MAKE YOUR STATEMENT WITH PANDORA
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MAKE YOUR STATEMENT WITH PANDORA

Jewelry Jewellery that serves as a reminder of what drives you in life. Sophisticated and iconic, the new designs joining the Pandora Signature collection speak volumes about who you are. Embrace versatile styling that stands out and choose a mix of e ortless statement pieces to elevate your look for any occasion.     “Creating something clean that is also recognisable is one of the most di cult things to do in design. The new pieces in this collection capture those two ideas perfectly,” say Francesco Terzo and A. Filippo Ficarelli, VP Creative Directors, Pandora.     The minimalist bangles are designed to be worn alone as a statement, or stacked in di erent ways to let your personality shine through. Layers of the same tone give a sleek, monochromatic look, while a stack of mixed metal nishes keeps things fresh. Expertly hand- nished in high quality materials, the collection combines the iconic Pandora logo with unique details and our trademark crafts-manship to deliver timeless jewellery designed to be worn your way.     Explore the collection here: https://nl.pandora.net/nl/   #Somethingaboutyou #Pandorasignature Jewellery that serves as a reminder of what drives you in life. Sophisticated and iconic, the new designs joining the Pandora Signature collection speak volumes about who you are. Embrace versatile styling that stands out and choose a mix of e ortless statement pieces to elevate your look for any occasion.     “Creating something clean that is also recognisable is one of the most di cult things to do in design. The new pieces in this collection capture those two ideas perfectly,” say Francesco Terzo and A. Filippo Ficarelli, VP Creative Directors, Pandora.     The minimalist bangles are designed to be worn alone as a statement, or stacked in di erent ways to let your personality shine through. Layers of the same tone give a sleek, monochromatic look, while a stack of mixed metal nishes keeps things fresh. Expertly hand- nished in high quality materials, the collection combines the iconic Pandora logo with unique details and our trademark crafts-manship to deliver timeless jewellery designed to be worn your way.     Explore the collection here: https://nl.pandora.net/nl/   #Somethingaboutyou #Pandorasignature

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Alexander McQueen presents the new men's Autumn & Winter 2021 collection
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Alexander McQueen presents the new men's Autumn & Winter 2021 collection

Men A continued focus on silhouette. Bold volumes and clean lines. Saturated colour and papercut prints. Echoes of Alexander McQueen womenswear run throughout.   Pieced and Patched boots in brown and black. Tread Slick Chelsea boots in red, chrome green, denim blue and ultramarine. Worker lace-up shoes and boots in black. Chunky chain jewellery including necklaces, bracelets and earrings in antique silver metal. Stone emblem jewellery, drop earrings and brooches set with jet glass doves and hearts in antique silver metal. Jewellery including multi-hoop ear hooks, rings and stacked bracelets engraved with oral and seasonal motifs including hearts, doves and the sun in antique silver metal.   The Edge tote with an embroidered logo in black leather. The McQueen Gra ti Tag camera bag and bottle pouch in ultramarine poly faille embroidered with the McQueen gra ti label. A continued focus on silhouette. Bold volumes and clean lines. Saturated colour and papercut prints. Echoes of Alexander McQueen womenswear run throughout.   Pieced and Patched boots in brown and black. Tread Slick Chelsea boots in red, chrome green, denim blue and ultramarine. Worker lace-up shoes and boots in black. Chunky chain jewellery including necklaces, bracelets and earrings in antique silver metal. Stone emblem jewellery, drop earrings and brooches set with jet glass doves and hearts in antique silver metal. Jewellery including multi-hoop ear hooks, rings and stacked bracelets engraved with oral and seasonal motifs including hearts, doves and the sun in antique silver metal.   The Edge tote with an embroidered logo in black leather. The McQueen Gra ti Tag camera bag and bottle pouch in ultramarine poly faille embroidered with the McQueen gra ti label.

IRO COLLABORATES WITH M.COHEN JEWELRY
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IRO COLLABORATES WITH M.COHEN JEWELRY

Jewelry This season IRO launches a female capsule collection together with the LA- based men’s jeweler Maor Cohen. Known for his eclectic menswear pieces (among his clients are Johnny Depp, Chris Hemsworth and Matt Damon), this marks the jewelry designer’s first foray into women’s. A perfect match for the French womenswear brand, set to tap into a previously unexplored niche: men’s inspired jewelry for women.     “Ever since starting our brand, we have created for a woman who knows who she is, who, despite being very feminine, loves to play up her androgynous side, so asking a men’s jeweler to develop a collection with us seemed perfec- tly natural”.     Inspired by nature, textures, architecture, culture, people and past travels, the capsule collection, consisting of 74 separate pieces, has an authentic bohemian vibe with a touch of 70s Americana. Afghani jade, labradorite, turquoise, garnet and emerald are juggled together with Italian corals, Tahitian black pearls, finely cut Australian opals and African vinyl trade beads directly sourced from tribes in Kenya. Mismatched elements and trinkets are strung onto knotted Japanese Mokuba cord, or dangle from strands of silver and snake chains. Stand-out pieces include a weighty diamond-cut 925 sterling silver cone on a delicate strand of faceted emerald stones, or an articulated statement ring adorned with a giant rotating mother of pearl.     While the pieces can be worn separately, they are meant to be layered, and even combined with other pieces. Jewelry is very personal. It’s all about crea- ting your own identity, being inspired and wearing it how you want. Maor Cohen mixes all kinds of elements, colors, materials and metals, inviting the wearer to play around with a look to make it feel authentic, natural and nonchalant - like it has grown with you over the years.”     “Working on this collection together was like combining my drums with their guitar and their flute to create our very own music. It was such an amazing and inspiring collaboration,” recounts Cohen, the self-taught Israeli designer. “It has been like finding a new family. The whole process was built on creativity, trust, sincerity and growing together. Complete magic!”     Every piece is designed and handmade in LA. The collection is set to launch for SS21 and will be available at all IRO flagship stores and selected boutiques worldwide. Prices start at $230. This season IRO launches a female capsule collection together with the LA- based men’s jeweler Maor Cohen. Known for his eclectic menswear pieces (among his clients are Johnny Depp, Chris Hemsworth and Matt Damon), this marks the jewelry designer’s first foray into women’s. A perfect match for the French womenswear brand, set to tap into a previously unexplored niche: men’s inspired jewelry for women.     “Ever since starting our brand, we have created for a woman who knows who she is, who, despite being very feminine, loves to play up her androgynous side, so asking a men’s jeweler to develop a collection with us seemed perfec- tly natural”.     Inspired by nature, textures, architecture, culture, people and past travels, the capsule collection, consisting of 74 separate pieces, has an authentic bohemian vibe with a touch of 70s Americana. Afghani jade, labradorite, turquoise, garnet and emerald are juggled together with Italian corals, Tahitian black pearls, finely cut Australian opals and African vinyl trade beads directly sourced from tribes in Kenya. Mismatched elements and trinkets are strung onto knotted Japanese Mokuba cord, or dangle from strands of silver and snake chains. Stand-out pieces include a weighty diamond-cut 925 sterling silver cone on a delicate strand of faceted emerald stones, or an articulated statement ring adorned with a giant rotating mother of pearl.     While the pieces can be worn separately, they are meant to be layered, and even combined with other pieces. Jewelry is very personal. It’s all about crea- ting your own identity, being inspired and wearing it how you want. Maor Cohen mixes all kinds of elements, colors, materials and metals, inviting the wearer to play around with a look to make it feel authentic, natural and nonchalant - like it has grown with you over the years.”     “Working on this collection together was like combining my drums with their guitar and their flute to create our very own music. It was such an amazing and inspiring collaboration,” recounts Cohen, the self-taught Israeli designer. “It has been like finding a new family. The whole process was built on creativity, trust, sincerity and growing together. Complete magic!”     Every piece is designed and handmade in LA. The collection is set to launch for SS21 and will be available at all IRO flagship stores and selected boutiques worldwide. Prices start at $230.

 Cartier announces the 24 fellows for the 2021 edition of the Cartier Women’s Initiative
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Cartier announces the 24 fellows for the 2021 edition of the Cartier Women’s Initiative

Events With the announcement of the 2021 Cartier Women’s Initiative fellows, Cartier is reaffirming its commitments to women impact entrepreneurs leveraging business as a force for good.     Since 2006, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has helped these women reach their full potential by shining a light on their achievements and providing them with the necessary financial, social and human capital support to grow their businesses and build their leadership skills. The program is open to women-run and women-owned businesses from any country and sector that aim to have a strong and sustainable positive impact on society as defined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.     Since its creation, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has accompanied over 260 promising women entrepreneurs hailing from 59 different countries and has awarded over US $4 million in prize money to support their businesses.     This year, to further increase its impact and relevance, the program has launched the Science & Technology Pioneer Award. In addition to the 7 existing Regional Awards, 3 more women impact entrepreneurs at the forefront of scientific and technological innovation will be recognized. Open to women entrepreneurs from any country and sector, this award will highlight disruptive solutions built around unique, protected or hard-to-reproduce technological or scientific advances.     24 fellows are selected amongst 876 applicants hailing from 142 countries. For the first time, theCartier Women’s Initiative has recognized women impact entrepreneurs from Mali, Iraq and Myanmar. These fellows represent the top 3 businesses for each of the 7 Regional Awards and for the Science & Technology Pioneer Award.     In these unprecedented times, Cartier considers it its duty to protect its teams, partners and program participants, this is why the 8 laureates will be announced on May 26th 2021, during a virtual ceremony, which will close a digital awards week on the theme of the Ripple Effect.     Prior to the ceremony, the Cartier Women’s Initiative will also be organizing a virtual gathering under the same theme on May 24th and 25th 2021 that will assemble a wide range of speakers including Cartier President and CEO, Cyrille Vigneron, thought leaders and friends of the Maison in order to discuss how each of us can drive change and uplift women impact entrepreneurs, thus paving the way for a better world for future generations.     “Women have always had a pivotal role at Cartier, both as a driving force and an endless source of inspiration. In these challenging times, they are more admirable than ever, proving their resilience in the face of adversity and their ability to create concrete and durable solutions not only for themselves but for their communities and the world at large. It is our honor and pride to support these women who keep pushing the boundaries in order to make the world a better and more equal place.”Cyrille Vigneron, President and CEO of Cartier International     The 8 laureates for each Award category will take home US $100,000 in prize money, whereas the second and third runner-ups for each Award category will receive US $30,000. Finally, the 8 laureates and 16 finalists will all benefit from tailored 1:1 training, collective workshops, media visibility and international networking opportunities, as well as the opportunity to join an INSEAD impact entrepreneurship program.     For more information on the programme and footage of the fellows, please visit: www.cartierwomensinitiative.com With the announcement of the 2021 Cartier Women’s Initiative fellows, Cartier is reaffirming its commitments to women impact entrepreneurs leveraging business as a force for good.     Since 2006, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has helped these women reach their full potential by shining a light on their achievements and providing them with the necessary financial, social and human capital support to grow their businesses and build their leadership skills. The program is open to women-run and women-owned businesses from any country and sector that aim to have a strong and sustainable positive impact on society as defined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.     Since its creation, the Cartier Women’s Initiative has accompanied over 260 promising women entrepreneurs hailing from 59 different countries and has awarded over US $4 million in prize money to support their businesses.     This year, to further increase its impact and relevance, the program has launched the Science & Technology Pioneer Award. In addition to the 7 existing Regional Awards, 3 more women impact entrepreneurs at the forefront of scientific and technological innovation will be recognized. Open to women entrepreneurs from any country and sector, this award will highlight disruptive solutions built around unique, protected or hard-to-reproduce technological or scientific advances.     24 fellows are selected amongst 876 applicants hailing from 142 countries. For the first time, theCartier Women’s Initiative has recognized women impact entrepreneurs from Mali, Iraq and Myanmar. These fellows represent the top 3 businesses for each of the 7 Regional Awards and for the Science & Technology Pioneer Award.     In these unprecedented times, Cartier considers it its duty to protect its teams, partners and program participants, this is why the 8 laureates will be announced on May 26th 2021, during a virtual ceremony, which will close a digital awards week on the theme of the Ripple Effect.     Prior to the ceremony, the Cartier Women’s Initiative will also be organizing a virtual gathering under the same theme on May 24th and 25th 2021 that will assemble a wide range of speakers including Cartier President and CEO, Cyrille Vigneron, thought leaders and friends of the Maison in order to discuss how each of us can drive change and uplift women impact entrepreneurs, thus paving the way for a better world for future generations.     “Women have always had a pivotal role at Cartier, both as a driving force and an endless source of inspiration. In these challenging times, they are more admirable than ever, proving their resilience in the face of adversity and their ability to create concrete and durable solutions not only for themselves but for their communities and the world at large. It is our honor and pride to support these women who keep pushing the boundaries in order to make the world a better and more equal place.”Cyrille Vigneron, President and CEO of Cartier International     The 8 laureates for each Award category will take home US $100,000 in prize money, whereas the second and third runner-ups for each Award category will receive US $30,000. Finally, the 8 laureates and 16 finalists will all benefit from tailored 1:1 training, collective workshops, media visibility and international networking opportunities, as well as the opportunity to join an INSEAD impact entrepreneurship program.     For more information on the programme and footage of the fellows, please visit: www.cartierwomensinitiative.com

TIFFANY & CO. INTRODUCES ITS FIRST MEN’S ENGAGEMENT RING
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TIFFANY & CO. INTRODUCES ITS FIRST MEN’S ENGAGEMENT RING

Jewelry This spring, Tiffany & Co. debuts The Charles Tiffany Setting, its first men’s engagement ring featuring a bold solitaire diamond which we absolutely adore. The ring is named after founder Charles Lewis Tiffany, who, in 1886, captivated lovers around the world with the introduction of the women’s solitaire diamond engagement ring, the Tiffany® Setting. Following in the footsteps of its iconic sister, The Charles Tiffany Setting honors the jeweler’s long-standing legacy in love and inclusivity, paving the way for new traditions to celebrate our unique love stories and honor our most cherished commitments to one another.     Tiffany’s first diamond engagement ring designs for men are a modern and bold departure from the traditional wedding band. Recalling a signet silhouette, the platinum and titanium designs revise a classic men’s style with powerful contours, a contemporary profile and feature a striking center diamond.      The first release of The Charles Tiffany Setting will be available in round brilliant and emerald-cut diamonds up to 5 carats. The styles with a round brilliant diamond showcase a streamlined knife-edge band, inspired by the band on the iconic Tiffany® Setting, while the styles with an emerald-cut diamond feature strong, architectural beveled edges.     Tiffany continues to bring a new level of transparency to its diamond supply chain, reaffirming its reputation as the leader in diamond traceability. The House is unique among global luxury jewelers in its ability to deliver the full craftsmanship journey for each newly sourced, individually registered diamond, including each diamond that is set in The Charles Tiffany Setting.  Such diamond’s region or countries of origin, along with where it was cut and polished, graded and quality assured, as well as set in jewelry will be available from any sales professional as well as printed on the Tiffany Diamond Certificate. Beginning May 2021, when The Charles Tiffany Setting engagement rings debut at Tiffany & Co. flagship stores globally, men around the world can celebrate and honor their love with the unrivaled beauty and craftsmanship of a Tiffany diamond.         Visit their website for more information:  https://nl.tiffany.com This spring, Tiffany & Co. debuts The Charles Tiffany Setting, its first men’s engagement ring featuring a bold solitaire diamond which we absolutely adore. The ring is named after founder Charles Lewis Tiffany, who, in 1886, captivated lovers around the world with the introduction of the women’s solitaire diamond engagement ring, the Tiffany® Setting. Following in the footsteps of its iconic sister, The Charles Tiffany Setting honors the jeweler’s long-standing legacy in love and inclusivity, paving the way for new traditions to celebrate our unique love stories and honor our most cherished commitments to one another.     Tiffany’s first diamond engagement ring designs for men are a modern and bold departure from the traditional wedding band. Recalling a signet silhouette, the platinum and titanium designs revise a classic men’s style with powerful contours, a contemporary profile and feature a striking center diamond.      The first release of The Charles Tiffany Setting will be available in round brilliant and emerald-cut diamonds up to 5 carats. The styles with a round brilliant diamond showcase a streamlined knife-edge band, inspired by the band on the iconic Tiffany® Setting, while the styles with an emerald-cut diamond feature strong, architectural beveled edges.     Tiffany continues to bring a new level of transparency to its diamond supply chain, reaffirming its reputation as the leader in diamond traceability. The House is unique among global luxury jewelers in its ability to deliver the full craftsmanship journey for each newly sourced, individually registered diamond, including each diamond that is set in The Charles Tiffany Setting.  Such diamond’s region or countries of origin, along with where it was cut and polished, graded and quality assured, as well as set in jewelry will be available from any sales professional as well as printed on the Tiffany Diamond Certificate. Beginning May 2021, when The Charles Tiffany Setting engagement rings debut at Tiffany & Co. flagship stores globally, men around the world can celebrate and honor their love with the unrivaled beauty and craftsmanship of a Tiffany diamond.         Visit their website for more information:  https://nl.tiffany.com

In conversation with ROSÉ, the new global ambassador of Tiffany & Co.
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In conversation with ROSÉ, the new global ambassador of Tiffany & Co.

Jewelry Tiffany & Co. announces member of girl group BLACKPINK and solo artist, ROSÉ, as its new global ambassador. ROSÉ, who has become one of the most idolized young women in music and fashion, will debut her new role in the 2021 Tiffany City HardWear digital campaign.     “I’ve always loved wearing Tiffany jewelry. To be part of an iconic brand that has been part of my life for a long time makes it that much more special to me,” says ROSÉ. “I am very honored and excited to be a part of the HardWear campaign and I can’t wait for everyone to see it.”     Based on a 1971 bracelet from The Tiffany Archive and having debuted in 2017, Tiffany City HardWear is inspired by the edge and energy of New York City. The campaign highlights the collection’s gauge links and industrial shapes—bold designs that play with tension, proportion and balance.     Emanating strength and confidence, ROSÉ wears the collection’s graphic 18k yellow and rose gold links accented with pavé diamonds. Tiffany chose ROSÉ to star in the new campaign for her bold personality and modern style influence—as someone who embodies the attitude and identity of the collection.     The campaign makes its global debut across Tiffany’s channels on Friday, April 23.     We had a delight speaking with her about the campaign.     What was it like shooting the latest Tiffany HardWear campaign? How does it feel being the face of such an iconic brand?     I’ve worn Tiffany jewelry since I was in high school. To be a part of such an iconic brand that has been a part of my life for a long time makes it that much more special to me. I am very honored and excited to be a part of the HardWear campaign that I absolutely adore, and I can’t wait for everyone to see it.     What do you like most about the HardWear collection and, how would you wear or style the pieces?   I love the HardWear collection because it is very stylish. I was super excited when I first heard that I would be campaigning for that collection. I love how bold and chic you can look. I’m very interested in layering my necklaces these days; nothing does it better than the HardWear collection.     Are you more of a rose, yellow or white gold person? . I would usually go for rose gold, but ever since I started wearing the HardWear collection I’ve been into yellow gold. Originally, I used to think that yellow gold seemed a bit too fancy, but I’m definitely enjoying how fancy and fashionable the HardWear collection in yellow gold looks on me these days.     Jewelry is always said to be a very personal thing. What was your very first memory of Tiffany & Co. or its jewelry?   Tiffany jewelry has been a part of my life since way back in high school. We used to gather money to gift each other cute little Tiffany necklaces and there was always that special excitement of receiving that classic, Tiffany Blue® shopping bag. I love how everyone at any age can always enjoy a bit of Tiffany jewelry in their lives.     Tiffany HardWear embodies the attitude and edge of modern cities. What is your favorite city and why?   My favorite city has got to be New York City. When I visited New York for the first time, I was absolutely star stuck and blown away at all the tall buildings and busy streets. I hadn’t noticed that all of my favorite movies were based in New York until I was right there. It was the city that I had fallen in love with in the movies. And I love how the HardWear collection is inspired by the attitude of modern cities. As a city-lover myself, I couldn’t explain a better reason as to why I instantly fell in love with the hardware collection and its mesmerizing shapes.     What has inspired you creatively recently? What do you think of the Tiffany HardWear collection’s industrial yet elegant shapes?   I think small things in my everyday life inspires me the most. It doesn’t have to be anything grand but something that’s effortlessly embedded in our lifestyles. Which is why I feel much more drawn to the HardWear collection’s industrial shapes. I love how intricate and edgy the design is.     Tiffany HardWear is all about being bold. When is the last time you felt that you did something bold? Where did that fearlessness come from?   I think everyone is tested with new obstacles every single day. I feel bold when I stand up for my own opinions. Whether it be a small decision or a big one that follows large responsibility. I think knowing how to stick up for yourself on a daily basis is definitely a definition for boldness.     How do you feel when you put on a beautiful piece of jewelry?   Like any others feel when they put on jewelry! All sorts of butterflies. Jewelry is always a lot of fun. When we put together an outfit for the day, whether that be for an everyday look or a whole extra look for a day at work, jewelry is always the cherry on top. You’ll never know how the outfit looks like until you add the jewelry.     Who would you most want to have breakfast at Tiffany’s with? What would you order?   If they allow pets, then I would definitely go with my puppy, Hank. I would probably just order a good old English breakfast meal and freshly squeezed orange juice.     When did you receive your first piece of Tiffany jewelry?   In my memory, I think it was some white gold earrings in the classic Tiffany charm shape that my mum got me when I pierced my ears for the first time in 7th grade.       Who or what has made you feel empowered recently?   Standing up for my own opinions and trusting in them. Even if it’s for the smallest things.     Who are some of the women that you admire in your life?   My mum. I still remember my mum when she used to work full time back in New Zealand. How she would dress up in the most chic, boss-black fitted blazer and pencil skirt. Her dark red lipstick and perfectly styled hair. She always looked like a boss and she was always my idol. I always wanted to look like her when I grew up. I admire her in so many ways. How responsible, respectful and kind she is to the people around her. And mostly, I admire her for her unconditional love towards me and my sister. She is one selfless yet strong and independent human being. Tiffany & Co. announces member of girl group BLACKPINK and solo artist, ROSÉ, as its new global ambassador. ROSÉ, who has become one of the most idolized young women in music and fashion, will debut her new role in the 2021 Tiffany City HardWear digital campaign.     “I’ve always loved wearing Tiffany jewelry. To be part of an iconic brand that has been part of my life for a long time makes it that much more special to me,” says ROSÉ. “I am very honored and excited to be a part of the HardWear campaign and I can’t wait for everyone to see it.”     Based on a 1971 bracelet from The Tiffany Archive and having debuted in 2017, Tiffany City HardWear is inspired by the edge and energy of New York City. The campaign highlights the collection’s gauge links and industrial shapes—bold designs that play with tension, proportion and balance.     Emanating strength and confidence, ROSÉ wears the collection’s graphic 18k yellow and rose gold links accented with pavé diamonds. Tiffany chose ROSÉ to star in the new campaign for her bold personality and modern style influence—as someone who embodies the attitude and identity of the collection.     The campaign makes its global debut across Tiffany’s channels on Friday, April 23.     We had a delight speaking with her about the campaign.     What was it like shooting the latest Tiffany HardWear campaign? How does it feel being the face of such an iconic brand?     I’ve worn Tiffany jewelry since I was in high school. To be a part of such an iconic brand that has been a part of my life for a long time makes it that much more special to me. I am very honored and excited to be a part of the HardWear campaign that I absolutely adore, and I can’t wait for everyone to see it.     What do you like most about the HardWear collection and, how would you wear or style the pieces?   I love the HardWear collection because it is very stylish. I was super excited when I first heard that I would be campaigning for that collection. I love how bold and chic you can look. I’m very interested in layering my necklaces these days; nothing does it better than the HardWear collection.     Are you more of a rose, yellow or white gold person? . I would usually go for rose gold, but ever since I started wearing the HardWear collection I’ve been into yellow gold. Originally, I used to think that yellow gold seemed a bit too fancy, but I’m definitely enjoying how fancy and fashionable the HardWear collection in yellow gold looks on me these days.     Jewelry is always said to be a very personal thing. What was your very first memory of Tiffany & Co. or its jewelry?   Tiffany jewelry has been a part of my life since way back in high school. We used to gather money to gift each other cute little Tiffany necklaces and there was always that special excitement of receiving that classic, Tiffany Blue® shopping bag. I love how everyone at any age can always enjoy a bit of Tiffany jewelry in their lives.     Tiffany HardWear embodies the attitude and edge of modern cities. What is your favorite city and why?   My favorite city has got to be New York City. When I visited New York for the first time, I was absolutely star stuck and blown away at all the tall buildings and busy streets. I hadn’t noticed that all of my favorite movies were based in New York until I was right there. It was the city that I had fallen in love with in the movies. And I love how the HardWear collection is inspired by the attitude of modern cities. As a city-lover myself, I couldn’t explain a better reason as to why I instantly fell in love with the hardware collection and its mesmerizing shapes.     What has inspired you creatively recently? What do you think of the Tiffany HardWear collection’s industrial yet elegant shapes?   I think small things in my everyday life inspires me the most. It doesn’t have to be anything grand but something that’s effortlessly embedded in our lifestyles. Which is why I feel much more drawn to the HardWear collection’s industrial shapes. I love how intricate and edgy the design is.     Tiffany HardWear is all about being bold. When is the last time you felt that you did something bold? Where did that fearlessness come from?   I think everyone is tested with new obstacles every single day. I feel bold when I stand up for my own opinions. Whether it be a small decision or a big one that follows large responsibility. I think knowing how to stick up for yourself on a daily basis is definitely a definition for boldness.     How do you feel when you put on a beautiful piece of jewelry?   Like any others feel when they put on jewelry! All sorts of butterflies. Jewelry is always a lot of fun. When we put together an outfit for the day, whether that be for an everyday look or a whole extra look for a day at work, jewelry is always the cherry on top. You’ll never know how the outfit looks like until you add the jewelry.     Who would you most want to have breakfast at Tiffany’s with? What would you order?   If they allow pets, then I would definitely go with my puppy, Hank. I would probably just order a good old English breakfast meal and freshly squeezed orange juice.     When did you receive your first piece of Tiffany jewelry?   In my memory, I think it was some white gold earrings in the classic Tiffany charm shape that my mum got me when I pierced my ears for the first time in 7th grade.       Who or what has made you feel empowered recently?   Standing up for my own opinions and trusting in them. Even if it’s for the smallest things.     Who are some of the women that you admire in your life?   My mum. I still remember my mum when she used to work full time back in New Zealand. How she would dress up in the most chic, boss-black fitted blazer and pencil skirt. Her dark red lipstick and perfectly styled hair. She always looked like a boss and she was always my idol. I always wanted to look like her when I grew up. I admire her in so many ways. How responsible, respectful and kind she is to the people around her. And mostly, I admire her for her unconditional love towards me and my sister. She is one selfless yet strong and independent human being.

Julia Roberts chooses the Happy Chopard Sport watch
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Julia Roberts chooses the Happy Chopard Sport watch

Watches Who better to embody Joie de Vivre than the Hollywood star with the world’s most radiant smile? In the 1990s, Julia Roberts became one of the most accomplished actress. Filmmakers and audiences around the world fell under the spell of her contagious laugh. After a series of movies that marked the decade, Julia Roberts was awarded the Academy Award for Best Actress in 2001. Equally acclaimed by critics for her roles in romantic comedies as well as in dramas, this true film legend was welcomed to the Cannes Film Festival in 2016 with a sense of honour and emotion. The first time she strode up the famous steps of the Palais de Festival in Cannes – barefoot and wearing an off-the-shoulder black dress highlighting a Chopard Haute Joaillerie emerald and diamond necklace – has become the most memorable red carpet staircase event in recent editions of the Festival thanks to Julia Robert’s naturally graceful demeanour. Since then, she has uniquely personified the ultimate free-spirited woman.     No wonder that passionate film-lover Caroline Scheufele asked Julia Roberts to embody the face of the Happy Sport woman when launching new versions of this watch that has also become an icon. Said Caroline: “It was her and nobody else! Julia Roberts was the only person I felt could convey the spirit that I see in Happy Sport."      Charmed by the boldness of the Happy Sport creations, Julia Roberts pointed out: "I am honored to be collaborating with Chopard on the Happy Sport watch, one of the most iconic and desirable models in the industry."     To orchestrate the encounter between Julia Roberts and Happy Sport, Caroline Scheufele entrusted the artistic direction of this new campaign to director Xavier Dolan. Renowned for the intensity with which he conveys his protagonists’ emotions through the camera, Xavier Dolan strove to show through a short film how Julia Roberts instinctively related to the Joie de Vivre inherent in Happy Sport watches. He also served as artistic director for a series of shots taken by photographer Shayne Laverdière.     The choice of Julia Roberts and Xavier Dolan also reflects Chopard's deep-felt attachment to the world of cinema. An official partner of the Cannes Film Festival since 1998, the Maison has been actively contributing to film production and the emergence of young talent, as evidenced by its Trophée Chopard, awarded each year to an up-and-coming actress and actor. In the person of Julia Roberts, Chopard has chosen to express a kindred spirit with an undisputed movie icon, a veritable legend and a unique actress. One of the most talented directors in the world of contemporary cinema, Xavier Dolan on the other hand has had most of his films selected to compete at the Cannes Film Festival and other major cinema events. Who better to embody Joie de Vivre than the Hollywood star with the world’s most radiant smile? In the 1990s, Julia Roberts became one of the most accomplished actress. Filmmakers and audiences around the world fell under the spell of her contagious laugh. After a series of movies that marked the decade, Julia Roberts was awarded the Academy Award for Best Actress in 2001. Equally acclaimed by critics for her roles in romantic comedies as well as in dramas, this true film legend was welcomed to the Cannes Film Festival in 2016 with a sense of honour and emotion. The first time she strode up the famous steps of the Palais de Festival in Cannes – barefoot and wearing an off-the-shoulder black dress highlighting a Chopard Haute Joaillerie emerald and diamond necklace – has become the most memorable red carpet staircase event in recent editions of the Festival thanks to Julia Robert’s naturally graceful demeanour. Since then, she has uniquely personified the ultimate free-spirited woman.     No wonder that passionate film-lover Caroline Scheufele asked Julia Roberts to embody the face of the Happy Sport woman when launching new versions of this watch that has also become an icon. Said Caroline: “It was her and nobody else! Julia Roberts was the only person I felt could convey the spirit that I see in Happy Sport."      Charmed by the boldness of the Happy Sport creations, Julia Roberts pointed out: "I am honored to be collaborating with Chopard on the Happy Sport watch, one of the most iconic and desirable models in the industry."     To orchestrate the encounter between Julia Roberts and Happy Sport, Caroline Scheufele entrusted the artistic direction of this new campaign to director Xavier Dolan. Renowned for the intensity with which he conveys his protagonists’ emotions through the camera, Xavier Dolan strove to show through a short film how Julia Roberts instinctively related to the Joie de Vivre inherent in Happy Sport watches. He also served as artistic director for a series of shots taken by photographer Shayne Laverdière.     The choice of Julia Roberts and Xavier Dolan also reflects Chopard's deep-felt attachment to the world of cinema. An official partner of the Cannes Film Festival since 1998, the Maison has been actively contributing to film production and the emergence of young talent, as evidenced by its Trophée Chopard, awarded each year to an up-and-coming actress and actor. In the person of Julia Roberts, Chopard has chosen to express a kindred spirit with an undisputed movie icon, a veritable legend and a unique actress. One of the most talented directors in the world of contemporary cinema, Xavier Dolan on the other hand has had most of his films selected to compete at the Cannes Film Festival and other major cinema events.

Cartier presents Libre
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Cartier presents Libre

Watches Every year, the Cartier Libre collection explores the Maison’s repertoire of signature-shaped watches. A candid look that revisits and shakes up codes, revealing the wealth of inspiration found in Cartier’s watchmaking repertoire of shapes through unique creations. “This collection, a balance between measure and excess, cannot be categorised. Hence its name: Cartier Libre.”Pierre Rainero, Director of Image, Style and HeritageatCartier.     For this third opus of the Cartier Libre collection, the Studio designers have chosen to combine signature shapes from the Cartier watchmaking repertoire with iconic animals from the Maison’s menagerie. Baignoire/Tortue, Tortue/Serpent: a duo of precious watches is thus born, unexpected and enhanced encounters are interpreted though extravagant and highly jewelled creations.     Behind the excessive shapes lies meticulous design. Purity of the line, precise proportions and precious details, Cartier’s unique vision of design is expressed through these watches, questioning the established order of things and making watchmaking and jewellery shine with the same radiance in a twist of madness and freedom. “Because Cartier is above all a jeweller, our creations transcend all categories. They are not just instruments for telling the time, nor are they simply jewellery. They are a third type of object with their own uniqueness. Cartier watches only resemble themselves.” Marie-Laure Cérède, Director of Design for Watchmaking at Cartier.     A strong creative dynamic based on the Maison’s founding values. Cartier has long been committed to continuous improvement, to guarantee responsible procurement and to taking steps to develop the best practices in the industry. Constantly pioneering, the Maison co-founded the Responsible Jewellery Council in 2005, which endeavours to abide by responsible practices, from the mines all the way to the point of sale. A decade on, Cartierrea rms this commitment by collaborating with the industry andrelevant countries’ governments, and by actively participating in the creation of the Coloured Gemstones Working Group, an international entity that seeks to improve the sourcing of coloured stones as well as guaranteeing their provenance and responsible production. Every year, the Cartier Libre collection explores the Maison’s repertoire of signature-shaped watches. A candid look that revisits and shakes up codes, revealing the wealth of inspiration found in Cartier’s watchmaking repertoire of shapes through unique creations. “This collection, a balance between measure and excess, cannot be categorised. Hence its name: Cartier Libre.”Pierre Rainero, Director of Image, Style and HeritageatCartier.     For this third opus of the Cartier Libre collection, the Studio designers have chosen to combine signature shapes from the Cartier watchmaking repertoire with iconic animals from the Maison’s menagerie. Baignoire/Tortue, Tortue/Serpent: a duo of precious watches is thus born, unexpected and enhanced encounters are interpreted though extravagant and highly jewelled creations.     Behind the excessive shapes lies meticulous design. Purity of the line, precise proportions and precious details, Cartier’s unique vision of design is expressed through these watches, questioning the established order of things and making watchmaking and jewellery shine with the same radiance in a twist of madness and freedom. “Because Cartier is above all a jeweller, our creations transcend all categories. They are not just instruments for telling the time, nor are they simply jewellery. They are a third type of object with their own uniqueness. Cartier watches only resemble themselves.” Marie-Laure Cérède, Director of Design for Watchmaking at Cartier.     A strong creative dynamic based on the Maison’s founding values. Cartier has long been committed to continuous improvement, to guarantee responsible procurement and to taking steps to develop the best practices in the industry. Constantly pioneering, the Maison co-founded the Responsible Jewellery Council in 2005, which endeavours to abide by responsible practices, from the mines all the way to the point of sale. A decade on, Cartierrea rms this commitment by collaborating with the industry andrelevant countries’ governments, and by actively participating in the creation of the Coloured Gemstones Working Group, an international entity that seeks to improve the sourcing of coloured stones as well as guaranteeing their provenance and responsible production.

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