This summer Mallett will be returning to it’s roots with exhibitions celebrating the Italian ‘Dolce Vita’ at their Ely House showroom on London’s Dover Street, in the heart of Mayfair. With 2015 marking their 150th anniversary year, Mallett have curated a calendar of events to celebrate their history and future, combining traditional, master craftsmanship and contemporary design.
The opening night is on the 29th May 2015 but you can also visit from the 1st June – 12th June 2015, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, late opening Thursdays and Saturdays The eight students from Glasgow Kelvin College’s 2015 B.Des. Honours, Jewellery Design and Technology degree course are showcasing their work as the successful culmination of years of study and hard work, honing their skills, both through the use of CAD and traditional jewellery techniques to produce exciting and beautiful jewellery.
PANDORA Jewelry has partnered with leading designers to host runway shows for Coachella's fashion elite. The PANDORA Jewelry Fashion Experience™ featuring Nanette Lepore, Plenty by Tracy Reese, WHiT and Siwy Denim will showcase Spring and Summer 2015 collections. Executive Fashion Show Producer, Tod Hallman for THPFashion Inc. will produce the event at the Parker Palm Springs during the first weekend of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival.
The 2014 holiday shopping season is nearly in full swing and promises to deliver plenty of sparkle and style!T’is the season for top gift-giving jewelry trends. Whether you’re looking to make a social statement or a personal commitment, look no further than Rony Tennenbaum, whose powerhouse designs have been celebrated for more than 25 years.
The design of the unique and exclusive Centenary Flanders Fields Poppy Necklace is based on a 100 year old dried and flattened real poppy from Private Len Smith’s diary. Private Smith, a veteran who lived until 1974, plucked the poppy from No Man’s Land in 1915 and preserved it in his illustrated diary. Artist Stephen Allen then created a sculpture of the poppy for TMB Art Metal of London to use as the model for the necklace.