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Lydia Lim of homegrown jewellery platform Luxequisite on her all-encompassing business and making a difference

To call Luxequisite a jewellery brand is somewhat misleading. The local jewellery specialist does it all — from creating and curating ready-to-wear fine jewellery and fashion accessories to offering bespoke and pre-owned pieces. More than that, Luxequisite also lend its support to social causes every year, most recently with the #Staywoke brooch for International Women’s Day 2021, which proceeds are donated to AWARE Singapore to aid victims of domestic abuse. Ahead, founder Lydia Lim takes us through the bright, sparkling world of Luxequisite. Get your shades, you might need them. Founder Lydia...

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Victoire de Castellane on the Gem Dior Collection

When I asked Victoire de Castellane what it felt like to have celebrated 20 years at the helm of Dior’s jewellery and watch department, she implied, quite offhandedly, that it was a short time. “I hope to be there for its 40th anniversary,” she said. But perhaps she’s right: 20 years can seem such a short time when the Dior archives are so rich and when there’s still so much to take inspiration from. De Castellane had worked alongside Karl Lagerfeld for 14 years before she was tapped by Dior to develop and launch the brand’s jewellery division. “[Lagerfeld] taught me to work according to the...

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Jameel Mohammed of Jewellery Brand Khiry on afrofuturism and being part of Net-a-Porter’s Vanguard

On the cover of Time magazine this February is poet Amanda Gorman, who made the headlines when she performed the powerful poem, The Hill We Climb, during the Inauguration Day ceremony for President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris. Gorman’s impactful poem made an impression, as did the vibrant red headband that she wore around her braids. On the cover of Time, she’s wearing a choker styled as a tiara, in a portraiture that’s very much inspired by Maya Angelou. The choker Gorman wore is none other than Khiry’s Khartoum Torc Embellished choker necklace, designed by the rising star...

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