Forget about the rules!

Fashion month is on and as the models stroll down the runways in one european fashion capital after the other, a new mini trend is taking shape on the jewellery scene. What before was faux pas is now hotter than hot!

And what are we talking about?  We are talking about how you choose your earrings next season. Forget about the rules of the perfect pair. Mix it up and go for everything asymmetrical – literally. Not just an asymmetrical pair, no we are talking different earrings. Different in shapes, colours, lengths, materials – just go wild, its trendy!

Don’t believe us? Take it from the top notch designers of the moment then. We have proof from the catwalks.



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Esteban Cortazar


ACNE Studios


J.W. Anderson


Isabel Marant



Who do you want to be today?

The fashion crowd has moved on to Paris where the editors are busy snapping up next seasons must haves. However, we still can´t forget about the humorous award winning jewellery designer that we fell in love with at London fashion week.

London-based Frances Wadsworth Jones is part of Rock Vault, the prestigious initiative to ‘showcase and promote Britain’s, most innovative fine jewellery talent’, organised by the British Fashion Council and curated by Stephen Webster MBE.


Who do you want to be today?
Frances Wadsworth Jones invites you to pick your character.

Introverted muso playfully re-imagines the classic pearl drop necklace as a contemporary portrait. Wear on its own or mix and match with the collection to create your own team.

The_Jewellery_Room_muso-pendant-hr.jpg__1536x0_q75_crop-scale_subsampling-2_upscale-falseMade with a white freshwater pearl in 18-carat yellow gold.


But who is Frances?
Frances Wadsworth Jones founded her eponymous jewellery label in 2008 after graduating from London’s prestigious Royal College of Art. She designs with a playfully conceptual and quietly provocative style. Her unique approach blurs the boundaries between Design, Fashion, Art and Luxury – preciousness, humour and an exceptional eye for detail combining to define the award winning designer’s unpredictable yet unmistakable aesthetic.

She loves to turn expectations upside down and find comic relief in the serious world of fine jewellery.


We are in love with Frances contemporary interpretation of the classic pearl necklace.

Crisp from the streets of NYC

Fashion weeks are on! These days designers, models, bloggers, and editors spoil us with fresh inspiration from the runways and streets. We have gathered some crispy snaps from the best street style of NY Fashion Week 2017 – of course with fokus on the sparkling details.

Take a look and see what the stylish women on the streets of New York adorn themselves with these days.










Image source – bloglovin

Danish brands shortlisted in London

The nominees for this year’s British Jewellery Awards have been found. The shortlist was unveiled at an event in the heart of Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter and revealed three Danish brands, who have had a risen success in United Kingdom the last years.

The categories of the award show covers a wide span from Designer of the Year, Brand to Watch, Ethical Jewellery Business, Marketing Campaign, Retailer of the year to Bridal Jewellery Retailer and more.


We are so happy to discover that Sif Jakobs Jewellery is nominated in the category “Jewellery Brand of the Year”.  Sif Jakobs Jewellery has expanded rapidly in the UK with her contemporary jewellery design. Last year the label won the ‘Brand to Watch’ category, also at the UK Jewellery Awards.


Together with Sif Jakobs Jewellery Pandora is also nominated as “Jewellery Brand of the Year” in the United Kingdom.

The last Danish brand appearing on the short list is Georg Jensen. The well-renown Danish label is nominated as “Fine Jewellery Brand of the Year” alongside brands like Cartier and Chopard.


This year UK Jewellery Awards is celebrating it’s silver anniversary in association with Clogau. It is the industry’s original and premier awards event, often dubbed the jewellery industry Oscars.

The forthcoming awards show will take place on June 29 at the London Hilton on Park Lane. We keep our fingers crossed that Sif Jakobs and Georg Jensen will celebrate a sparkling night with victory cheers and wish them the best of luck.

Milan has it all

This December we explore different fashion destinations and immerse into a world of glamour and finesse to get you ready for the year to come.

Milan is home to some of the most iconic brands in the world: the trendsetters, the innovators, the ones that give us insight, skill and vision to reinvent ourselves seasonally. Whether you’re looking for fashion brands, unique gifts, rare sweets or handmade jewellery, Milan will always deliver better than expected.


Via Torino and Via Buenos Aires are two Milanese avenues for the lovers of novelty.  Here you can find a collection of upcoming and established brands, mostly fast fashion, targeted towards the dynamic shopper, seeker for practical outfits, permanently on the lookout for what’s new and trendy.

When it comes to delicacies, the exclusive district of Brera impresses through a blend of tradition and innovation where the most prominent fashion brands of the world display their products in 17th. century imposing mansions. The blend of architecture, culture and tradition is what makes Milan such a great destination. Visitors from around the world flock to Brera in search for the perfect gift. Via Montenapoleone is an eclectic mix of designer shops, chic boutique hotels and Michelin starred restaurants.

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We have spoken to one of the exclusive boutiques in Brera, Chantecler, to find out what are the most exciting pieces of jewellery we can offer our readers for Christmas together with some tips and tricks for Christmas jewellery shopping.

Sleek and modern, the exclusive Chantecler boutique hosts sparkling diamonds and colorful gems to be combined in the most unexpected ways.

At Chantecler, there is little effort put into obtaining the reputation of an exclusive international brand. There is no vanity, no effort wasted in vain. Only good taste, outstanding craftsmanship and respect for tradition and the origins of the company. Being conceived on an island, you’ll see that reflected in every piece of jewellery. “We create jewellery always inspired by the colours and shapes of where we come from” declares Valentina Borri of Chantecler for The Jewellery Room.

For Christmas, Chantecler recommends a Campanella, their iconic piece, in white diamonds pave or in red coral. In their vision, a handmade piece of jewellery, ideally made in Italy, makes for the perfect Christmas gift.

Stay up to date with the best worldwide jewellery shopping destinations here. Next pin on our map is London.


Swarovski outshines all Christmas Trees

Zurich knows how to create a bright and sparkling Christmas spirit. At the center of the main train station, Hauptbahnhof, is a 50-foot-tall Christmas tree. This is no ordinary Tree. This Christmas Tree is sparkling brighter than any other with over 7,000 Swarovski crystal ornaments.

All sparkle-loving girls must be blown away by this glowing winter wonder spirit – at least we know we are.


Swarovski always shines bright especially during the holiday season, but this gimmick is a really cool way for the brand to demonstrate what it does best. Wonder what they are going to do with all the Crystals in January. Making them into earrings perhaps?

Source: JCKnews




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