MOVE CONTINUES TO INSPIRE VALERIE MESSIKA

MOVE CONTINUES TO INSPIRE VALERIE MESSIKA

As the world is getting used to coexisting with COVID-19, we are all invited to take precautions in our daily lives. From wearing masks, gloves and maintaining social distancing – Today, the mask has become a necessity and has become the most wanted accessory of...
FABERGÉ CELEBRATES FATHER’S DAY

FABERGÉ CELEBRATES FATHER’S DAY

Father’s Day is an important celebration for Fabergé. Peter Carl Fabergé inherited his father’s jewellery shop from where he built his legendary artist jeweller empire and so, this Father’s Day, Fabergé honours not only that special gift, but pays tribute to their...
TIFFANY HARDWEAR

TIFFANY HARDWEAR

Tiffany & Co. announces Tiffany HardWear, a new jewelry collection that embodies the power and spirit of New York City and the energy of its streets. The collection name and designs draw inspiration from the urban soul of the city, where the modern rebel mixes...
A Modern Take On Love – By Akillis

A Modern Take On Love – By Akillis

Faithful to its rebel spirit, AKILLIS goes all out to support aesthetics that are not suffering from established opinions. The iconic Capture Me collection enables each person to express their uniqueness. This unbridled creativity is an open invitation to strong...
Dreaming of Brighter Days with Nina Runsdorf

Dreaming of Brighter Days with Nina Runsdorf

In a time where we are all confined to our homes, many are dreaming of better days; trips away, summer holidays, dinner with friends, outfits beyond ‘athleisure’, hugging loved ones, and so on. Nina Runsdorf’s weekly selection of stunning jewelry gives those dreamers...
MKS ‘Sea Signs’ – the All New Al Otaiba Collection

MKS ‘Sea Signs’ – the All New Al Otaiba Collection

Drawing inspiration from H.H. Sheikha Mariam bin Khalifa bin Saif Al Nayan’s great grandfather, Al Otaiba translates in English to ‘The King of Pearls’ and the new collection looks to tell stories of Sheikha Mariam’s ancestry, honoring UAE heritage and bringing it to...