It’s double the toi et moi fun.
The jeweler collaborated with the men’s magazine that’s been around since the 1930s.
Combining function and fashion, it’s far prettier than a jeweler’s loupe.
In-house engraving helps create the company’s modern heirlooms.
Melanie Grant of “Black & Brilliant” fame curated the event.
The Duchess of Windsor bangle, however, failed to sell.
The Phillips Geneva Watch Auction was a white-glove sale.
It’s a special collaboration between two legendary mines.
Sotheby’s will auction them next month at its “London Treasures” sale.
“Party” is a line of tabletop décor.
They’re a sophisticated take on the zodiac trend.
It’s inspired by antique jewelry from the Georgian and Victorian eras.
The brand’s signature bangle gets a necklace companion.
However, their optimistic outlook comes with a hint of caution due to a number of factors out of their collective control.