Satin pumps may not be practical but they are beautiful especially when crafted by Hermes.
It’s time for tiny bags with fringe benefits. This take on the traditional Provencal market bag is perfect for carrying your Airpods, less so a baguette.
Hoop earrings have been a jewellery-box staple for centuries, adorning the ears of bad girls as much as good.
The humble gym shoe became a fashion trophy or the ‘male corsage of contemporary culture’ according to Rick Owens.
The military look is hot on the catwalk. but is it flattering as well as functional?
Shaun Leane makes jewellery unlike anyone else with a fierce, primal and passionate outcome.
From a 100-carat diamond to the ancient art of inlay, via a surprise gemology quiz. Melanie adds this to her luxury column at The Economist.
Twenty-one years after her brother’s murder, Donatella Versace has revived the family brand.
Recession in the pearl business forced jewellers to innovate and pearls are now starring in some of the most creative jewellery around.
One thing’s for sure; things will never be the same again.
James Taffin de Givenchy comes from one of fashion’s grandest families but his use of gemstones is more original than traditional. Melanie writes a profile for The Economist.
Inspired by aeroplane cockpits, Bell & Ross combined rubber and black ceramic to stunning effect.
Trading second-hand clothes has become big business among the young. The shopping revolution is here.