The latest and most talked-about collections.
Sparkle like the stars and frame your face with dazzling earrings.
Felicity Jones looks picture perfect with Bulgari’s High Jewellery white gold and diamond earrings.
Natalie Portman was a sight to behold with Van Cleef & Arpel’s transformable white gold Saule earrings with emerald beads and diamonds.
Charlize Theron looked ever the Hollywood goddess with Harry Winston’s platinum Chandelier diamond earrings.
Rihanna rang up the drama with white and rose gold hoop earrings with pink-brown diamonds from Chopard’s High Jewellery collection.
High Jewellery Hoop earrings, Chopard.
FOREVER AND A DAY.
Forevermark’s newly launched Endlea collection reworks the infinity symbol into darling ribbon bows that have been cleverly integrated into the diamond setting. The result? A range of timeless, elegant designs that stand as perfect emblems of everlasting love. Available exclusively at all Lee Hwa Jewellery and Citigems boutiques islandwide.
Pink gold and diamond Endlea earrings and ring, Forevermark.
RIOT OF COLOURS.
Hermes’ beloved Cape Cod watch celebrates its 25th anniversary this year with new models that re-establish the collection’s effervescent nature—most notably a men’s piece with a cuff-style wristband and new interchangeable single- and double-tour straps in a vivid range of rainbow hues. There’re also two new stone dials (onyx and lapis lazuli) to add to the mother-of-pearl and opaline silvered ones.
From top: Steel Cape Cod watch, $4,300; steel and diamond Cape Cod watch, $5,440, Hermes.
As its name suggests, Vacheron Constantin’s new Métiers d’Art Elégance Sartoriale collection pays homage to the art of dressing up; looking to fabrics traditionally used in menswear for inspiration. The five-piece collection throws the spotlight on woven textures through the revered art of hand-guilloché and Grand Feu enamel on its dial, while an hours and minutes subdial is encircled with mother-of-pearl to recall shirt buttons for the most dapper effect.
OH MY MY…
TAG Heuer continues extending its reach into the realm of music with the announcement of a new brand ambassador: American rock band OneRepublic, no less. Timed to coincide with the launch of the band’s fourth and latest album Oh My My, the new partnership will see TAG Heuer and OneRepublic giving fans a glimpse into what goes on behind the scenes of a successful international music band through various multi-media platforms.
Steel and ceramic Carrera Heuer-01 watch, $7,250, TAG Heuer.
OneRepublic is TAG Heuer’s newest ambassador.
There’s a new jewellery brand in town and it’s got a range of pieces that are perfect for stacking. Developed in Germany and produced in Milan, Tamara Comolli’s design philosophy centres around timeless, versatile pieces that showcase a love of play and exploration in terms of its shapes and materials used. Explore the collection online at www.laprendo.com.
Rose gold, Mandarin garnet, peridot, amethyst and almandine garnet Tulip ring, from $2,740, Tamara Comolli at LaPrendo.
Rose gold, smoky quartz, rutilated quartz and peridot Mikado Bouquet pendants, from $2,070, Tamara Comolli at LaPrendo.
Agar wood, rose gold and sapphire India bracelet “Candy”, $7,180, Tamara Comolli at LaPrendo.
HERE’S HOPING …
Larry Jewelry’s Wing of Hope pendant-brooch offers beauty for a good cause: The jeweller will be donating it to the Straits Times School Charity raffle. Every $1,000 spent on Lazare manufactured jewellery also entitles you to a Lucky Draw coupon to the raffle and sees $10 being donated to the Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund. Till 31 December, 2016.
White gold and diamond Wing of Hope pendant-brooch, Larry Jewelry.
Traditional masculine fabrics are highlighted in the collection.
HUES FOR YOU.
Audemars Piguet has just given its Millenary Ladies collection an injection of colour through a new discerning range of alligator and ostrich leather straps. Expect descriptive tones like pearl anthracite, sparkle chocolate and violet plum enlivening the sophisticated collection, in addition to a new campaign shot by supermodel-turned-photographer Helena Christensen featuring Erika Linder, Soo Joo Park and Tasya Van Ree.
LOVE OF A CLASSIC.
Named after the Florida beach famed for its motorsports activities, the Cosmograph Daytona has become one of Rolex’s most sought-after timepieces since its appearance in the 1960s. For the first time in Singapore, Rolex, together with The Hour Glass, hosted a six-day exhibition earlier in October on the iconic watch. Held at VivoCity, the exhibition saw over 5,000 people attending—a number that stands as a testament to its popularity with watch lovers.
Steel Cosmograph Daytona watch, Rolex.
Nicole Kidman flew into Beijing specially for the event.
The actress wearing Omega's Constellation Petite Seconde on her wrist.
Looking every bit the Hollywood A-lister that she is in a glittering Schiaparelli haute couture gown, Nicole Kidman joined Omega in its celebration of its century-long heritage for women’s timepieces. The event, which took place in Beijing, saw the actress visiting the brand’s boutique at Oriental Plaza earlier in the day before the main celebrations kicked off in the evening. “It feels beautiful to be a part of this brand. I think what I'm so proud of is the relationship that we have, because I believe so strongly in it,” she says of her 11-year brand ambassadorship.
Korean model Soo Joo Park stars in Audemars Piguet's new campaign.
Who would have thought that a rough sketch on a napkin that took mere minutes to complete would turn into one of the watch industry’s most iconic watches? But that, according to the story, is how the Nautilus was conceived. Patek Philippe celebrates the 40th birthday of this timepiece with two new limited editions: The automatic Nautilus Ref. 5711/1P in platinum, and the white gold Nautilus Chronograph Ref. 5976/1G—both presented with a specially made cork box.
Nautilus Ref. 5711/1P 40th Anniversary Limited Edition watch, $149,300, Patek Philippe.