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Fall is here!
The weather is staring to get cooler and the leaves are beginning to change. Now is the time to break out your layers and accessorize for Fall. Here are our jewelry trend picks from the F/W 2016-2017 runways.

 




SILVER

Gold jewelry was on the back burner for many designers this season in favour of this sleek element. Nektar de Stagni's Silver Spike Pearl Charm Pendant Necklace & Maison Margiela's Chevalière Sterling Silver Split Bracelet are bold yet edgy silver pieces will help you stand out for all the right reasons.
 


Runway: Celine
Jewelry L to RNektar de Stagni Silver Spike Pearl Charm Pendant Necklace & 
Maison Margiela Chevalière Sterling Silver Split Bracelet





 

EAR CUFFS

The single earring was on of the biggest continuing trends of the season. Ear cuffs were a real standout that either covered the ear or had chains hanging from them. Yvonne Leon’s Dessous D'oreille Feuilletis Diamond Chain Ear Cuff is a great way to get this look.



Jewelry: Yvonne Leon Dessous D'oreille Feuilletis Diamond Chain Ear Cuff
Runway: Alexander McQueen





 

NATURAL STONES

Natural gem stones are another continuing trend from previous seasons. These stones were seen on even more runways this season. From sliced pendents to earrings, these gemstones stand out and add a pop of colour thats comes from nature. Asherali Knopfer's Malachite Bar Earring & Ruifier's Animaux Patch Ring will help add a natural element to your look this fall.



Runway: Dries Van Noten
Jewelry L to RAsherali Knopfer Malachite Bar Earring & 
Ruifier Animaux Patch Ring



 

BRACELETS OVER SLEEVES

No need to hide your jewelry away when the cooler weather comes. Show off your bracelets and cuffs by wearing them just above the elbow or over gloves. It is a simple detail that can make a real difference. Mizuki's White Freshwater Pearl and Diamond Open Cuff and Adeline Cacheux's Pop Stripes Double Spiral Bracelet are the perfect way to achieve this look.




Jewelry L to R: Mizuki White Freshwater Pearl and Diamond Open Cuff &
Adeline Cacheux Pop Stripes Double Spiral Bracelet
Runway L to R: Channel & Lanvin




*All Runway Images from VOGUE.COM*




Just like your marriage, you and your wedding ring are in a lifelong partnership. This short post will cover some care tips for your engagement ring, including: cleaning regularly, knowing when to take it off and having it insured.

Below are 3 tips for caring for your engagement ring:


Clean Regularly
“Buildup of dirt or oil will block the light interactions in the stone, so there’s no point in having a beautifully cut diamond if it’s going to be dirty,” says Tom Burstein, Christie’s international jewelry director. “If you’re not cleaning it, then you’re not doing the stone justice because it’s not living up to its potential.” Luckily, cleaning your ring isn’t a labor-intensive process—just drop it into a mug of warm water mixed with a few drops of soap or mild dishwashing detergent. Let it sit for a few minutes (or even overnight), then gently scrub the stone and basket with a soft-bristled baby toothbrush, rinse, and pat dry. Burstein recommends cleaning it at least once every few weeks, and when you do, “make sure you cover the drain!” Source: Vogue



Know When to Take It Off

  • ●  The Gym - “Platinum and gold are malleable metals and over time, whether you are weight lifting or spinning, a consistent grip while you have your ring on WILL bend it. Also, although durable, a diamond can still be chipped.”
  • ●  The Shower - “It’s best to remove your engagement ring while showering. Soap and other cleansers can cause build up under or on your ring and make diamonds appear dull and cloudy.”
  • ●  Sleeping - “Take your diamond off while sleeping; a prong can catch on the sheets and bend, causing you to lose your diamond.” Source: StyleMePretty

Have It Insured

This is your number one must-do item. While nothing can replace the sentimental value of your engagement ring, if you have it properly appraised and insured for its full replacement value, you'll at least be covered if it's ever lost, stolen or damaged. Some insurance companies offer more than others, so it's worth doing a little homework. For example, Jewelers Mutual's repair or replacement policy includes coverage for several preventive repairs. "That includes repair of broken prongs, clasp replacement, stone tightening and more," says Tyler Krowiorz, consumer marketing manager at Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company. Source: TheKnot

 

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If you are lucky enough to have a great mom, mother-in-law, grandmother, wife, daughter, sister or strong female role model, Mother’s Day is the perfect opportunity to show your appreciation and spoil them with the perfect gift.



Here are some of our picks...


Pick the One by Destination


Carefully curated selections of Valentine's gift ideas are selected by ones preferred or dream travel destinations. Whether enjoying the city of lights, cultural experiences or an endless deep blue ocean are on their list, let us help you find the perfect gift. 


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PARIS

An ultimate infectious joie de vivre

L: Maison Margiela Alliance Yellow Gold Split Bracelet
R: Maria Black Fay Wray Rose Gold Stud

    

 

 

NEW YORK CITY
Never stopping and always evolving

L: Mizuki Black Tahitian Pearl Bar Earrings
R: Ginette NY Single Diamond Choker

    

 



ASPEN
A breathtakingly white wonderland

L: Melanie Georgacopoulos Sliced Pearl Bracelet
R: Yannis Sergakis Adornments Crochets Blue Sapphire Ring

    

 

 

MIAMI
Art Deco + palm trees + white sand = heavenly

L: Gabriela Artigas Infinite Staple Ring
R: Yvonne Leon Turquoise and Tsavorites Garnet Tige Earring

    



 

TOKYO
Sushi and robots? Where the old and new meets unexpectedly

L: Ruifier Petit Lei Pendant
R: Asherali Knopfer Lou Rose Gold Hoop Earring

   

 




Limited Edition Capsule Collection

Maison Margiela 'Anamorphose' fine jewellery collection


Anamorphose tells the story of an ephemeral movement that yearns for an enduring beauty through its spontaneity. Anamorphosis takes place in this unique moment, a time between an object’s natural state and when it is frozen in time.
 





 











Maison Margiela was originally founded by the elusive designer Martin Margiela. Today the cult brand is helmed by John Galliano and continues to thrive, producing edgy collections that feature classics reworked in an modern way.

 

 

RECENT EDITORIALS 
 

Glamour Magazine - July 2015
Kim Kardashian wearing Maison Margiela Fine Jewelry Chevalière Sterling Silver Split Bracelet

 

 

Interview Magazine - April 2015
Louise Grinberg wearing Maison Margiela Fine Jewelry Chevalière Sterling Silver Split Ring

 

 

Editorialist Magazine - F/W 2015
Featuring Maison Margiela Fine Jewelry Chevalière Yellow Gold Split Ring

 

 





With the last long weekend of summer coming to an end, fall is just around the corner.  Whether you are on your way back to school or heading back to the office, now is the time to update your style with a fresh new look for fall.  Complete your look with jewelry trends taken from the F/W runways of 2015.




ON THE CHAIN

An emphasis on 70s fashion this fall has brought the pendant necklace back to the forefront.  Pendants seen were subdued then previous seasons and were paired on slim graceful chains giving a much more delicate and feminine look.  Adeline Cacheux Pop Stripes Long Necklace is the perfect match to achieve this look.


Jewelry: Adeline Cacheux
Runway: Cholé



THE RETURN OF PEARLS

Pearls are undeniable timeless and always on trend no matter what the season is. This fall the gem stone is shedding its conservative reputation and finding a home on hard-edged and artful pieces for the modern woman. Melanie Georgacopoulos Slided Pearl Bracelet Saskia Diez Pearl and Silver Sling Ring  gives the classic pearl look with a modern twist.




             
Jewelry:  Melanie Georgacopoulos / Saskia Diez
Runway: Stella McCartney / Jason Wu



SINGLES ONLY


The single earring is continuing trend that doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon. It is asserting its independence and letting the world know it needn't be a set to show how chic it is.  Yannis Sergakis Adornments Crochets Rose and Black Gold Earring is the perfect statement piece to show off this fall.

Jewelry: Yannis Sergakis
Runway: Christian Dior



BAROQUE


Antique-inspired jewelry was seen on many runways this season. Baroque is definitely in this fall and fashonistas with an eye for ornate embellishment will have their pick of gems and filigree with pieces well-suited for the halls of Versailles. Maison Margiela Fine Jewelry Pompadour Deconstructed Necklace and Pompadour Deconstructed Earrings give that antique inspiration with a modern look.


Jewelry: Maison Margiela Fine Jewelry
Runway: Miu Miu


All runway images from Vogue.com & HarpersBazaar.com


With summer beginning to wind down, it is time to beat the back to school rush and enjoy the last days of summer.  

This year, send them back to school in style with the perfect accessory or treat yourself for taking care of the kids all summer.

Check out our selection
of pieces that won't break your budget and will help you and your family stand out from the crowd.








Don't forget we have many great back to school essentials.  From bookmarks, to travel pouches (that are perfect for

transporting laptops), or scented candles (to help anyone de-stress after a long day) we have your back to school needs covered.







Introducing Anamorphose
from Maison Margiela Line 12 Fine Jewelry.



Anamorphose tells the story of an ephemeral movement that yearns for an enduring beauty through its spontaneity. Anamorphic in its reversible deformation, change of perspective, where the jeweller becomes the final image.  Anamorphosis takes place in this unique moment, a time between an object’s natural state and when it is frozen in time.