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The Jewellery Edit, Monica Vinader

The Jewellery Edit

From a simple touch of subtle sparkle to an all-out statement piece, choosing your jewellery is on par with finding the perfect handbag, landing a pair of shoes that is just right and coming across those perfect jeans that you want to keep forever.

From the understated designs by Monica Vinader and Larsson & Jennings’ sleek-and-chic watches to Annoushka’s eye-catching creations, familiarise yourself with the hottest jewellery brands of the moment and find yourself the perfect piece, whatever your taste.

Sophie Bille Brahe
Copenhagen-born Sophie Bille Brahe designs fine jewellery that is at once unique and wearable. Inspired by the reflections in precious stones and gold, Sophie’s distinctive creations are an echo of her thrill for storytelling and avant-garde design. From multi-diamond ear cuffs and exquisite single earrings to wrap-around rings, there’s no denying that Sophie is inspired by her Scandinavian heritage with her realm of modern-minimalist collections.
We love: The Croissant de Perle Ear Cuff.
Wear with: Rebecca Minkoff and Sandro.

Diane Kordas
A tribute to her love of modern art, Diane Kordas’ Pop Art jewellery collection is certainly statement-making. From the brand’s ‘POW!’ necklace to the zig-zag diamond rings, it’s not hard to see why Diane Kordas creations have become increasingly popular. Born in New York, Diane began her career as a fashion designer after graduating from Parsons School of Design; turning her creative talents to jewellery, she began designing Evil Eye bracelets and now creates modern, glamorous collections that are instantly recognisable.
We love: The Diamond Rose Gold Pow! Necklace.
Wear with: Markus Lupfer and Moschino.

Monica Vinader
Her bracelets have become something of an icon, whether it’s the Fiji Friendship incarnations, the Riva range or the recently-launched Stellar bracelets, each beholding a bar of delicate, twinkling diamonds. Known for using precious stones because of what they represent spiritually – rose quartz for love and healing, onyx for protection and amethyst for inner peace, to name a few -  Monica’s designs are a big hit with the A-list, including Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge.
"Gemstones have this natural beauty that’s mesmerising, and I’ve always been drawn to them. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been collecting minerals and stones. For me, gemstone jewellery has a real talismanic quality to it, and I just love it," Monica says.
We love: The Stellar Champagne Diamond Mini Bar Bracelet
Wear with: Reiss and Roland Mouret.

Bee Goddess
Channel your inner divinity with Bee Goddess’ ranges of unique jewellery. The gold and diamond collections include pieces that are inspired by mythological symbols and sacred meanings from around the world, such as the brand’s Star of Ishtar range or the evocative Eros designs, and span from minimalistic pendants and dainty bracelets to dazzling ear cuffs and notice-me rings.
"Objects that maintain their magic enchant me; this is one of the reasons I am drawn to symbolism. I am a seeker of light; joy, beauty and wisdom; a true believer in the infinite potential of the heart and Bee Goddess jewellery constantly reminds us of our soul’s powerful and infinite potential. Never in or out of fashion, everlasting symbols and their meanings are allowed to shine, acting as meaningful gifts to yourself or from one generation to another," says Ece Sirin, founder of the brand.
We love: The Diamond Ishtar Star Ear Cuff
Wear with: Missoni and Emilio Pucci.

Awarded an MBE in 2012 for her contribution to British jewellery, Annouska Ducas launched her namesake brand in 2009 and specialises in creating unique, statement-making designs, namely dazzling cocktail rings.
"Working with precious stones and gold was something I’d always wanted to build up to and so when the right time came along, my brand Annoushka felt like the natural progression - I’ve always designed the jewellery I want to wear," says the designer of her collections.
We love: The Dusty Diamonds Topaz Ring
Wear with: Mary Katrantzou and Roksanda.

Suzanne Kalan
Upon launching this eponymous brand after the birth of her daughter, Suzanne Kalan set about creating stand-out jewellery that is simultaneously traditional and elegant. The Fireworks collection features pieces that are adorned with dazzling, baguette-cut diamonds – a stunning addition to any formal look.
"I design my jewellery for classic yet modern women. I love incorporating colourful gemstones, rose, yellow and white gold, as well as white and Champagne diamonds."
We love: The Rose Gold Champagne Diamond Flexi Bangle
Wear with: Maje and Chloé.

Larsson & Jennings
Anglo-Swedish brand, Larsson & Jennings prides itself on making watches that are at once modern and timeless. Whether you prefer a sleek chain-metal strap or classic leather, Larsson & Jennings produces timepieces, for both men and women, which can be worn from day to evening, transcending seasons.
"Every watch we create blends together the signature design ethoses of both nations. The pared-back, minimalist feel of the dial hails from Sweden, whilst the colourways, slim case and roman numerals are hallmarks of classic British dress watches and design."
We love: The Lader 40mm Crocodile Strap Watch
Wear with: Helmut Lang and The Row.

Whether it’s a glimmering cocktail ring or a show-stopping pair of chandelier earrings, CARAT* is renowned for its contemporary approach to timelessly-designed jewellery. Founded by Scott Thompson in 2003, the brand caters for the magpie in everyone – your eveningwear repertoire wouldn’t be the same without it.
We love: The Peacock Cocktails Drop Earrings 
Wear with: Alice + Olivia and Talbot Runhof.

Links of London
Famed for its ever-recognisable bracelets, especially the Sweetie and Friendship collection, Links of London has mastered the art of creating jewellery that is treasurable, yet wearable. Launched in 1990 after a request for a bespoke pair of fish-shaped cufflinks, the brand has since gone onto produce men’s and women’s jewellery, followed by a watch range that is stamped with the tell-tale contemporary Links of London finish.  
We love: The Timeless Large Arch Necklace 
Wear with: Whistles and Burberry.        

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Read our interview with Founder and jewellery designer, Annoushka Ducas.

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