The emotion of the piece is what drives the selection at Quidam de Revel, a shop specializing in vintage jewelry.
Hennessy — an alum of Bally, Ferragamo, Versace, and more — has joined the firm, effective immediately.
Celebrities attending the Costume Institute's annual gala added glitz to their couture looks with distinctive jewelry, clutches, heels — and even headpieces.
American leather goods company Ghurka has landed in London.
To mark the 25th anniversary of its watch division, Versace embarked on a series of in-store celebrations around the globe to unveil its DV25 collection.
The Italian luxury firm is planning a series of limited edition collections to mark its 70th anniversary this year.
Hats, Gloves and More
As next month’s opening of “China:Through the Looking Glass” at The Costume Institute nears, milliner Stephen Jones has been hunkered down in the Metropolitan Museum of Art perfecting 120-plus head pieces.
The company’s sales climbed 4 percent, and 1 percent at constant rates, as currency dented growth.
Knits are reinvented for fall with countless graphic patterns that range from geometric shapes and embellishments to photographic prints.