From inspiring first collections to the hottest concept stores’ best buys and the limited edition lines to snap up throughout the year, Vogue reveals the people and pieces that will be shaking up the jewelry world in 2017.
The piece to remember: The Buzios charm necklace in yellow gold and diamonds, a stunning example of the delicate and desirable pieces from Parisian newcomer, Alizée Guinochet. Find the full collection at Hod, Montaigne Market and Mad Lords.
The piece to remember: The mismatched shapes of her Hazel and Ivy earrings. A strong first impression that is sure to catapult this debut collection onto the world jewelry stage this year.
The piece to remember: The Infinity pearl tucked delicately under the ear, as well as a myriad of celestial pieces forged under the LA sun and now selling fast at Dover Street Market.
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The piece to remember: Her arty ACB earrings. A true work of art, these slide right in with the graphic, minimalist trend seen at the Proenza Schouler and Loewe Spring/Summer 2017 shows.
The piece to remember: The Burger ring, to stack up to your heart's content. Only a year since launching her line, the designer has just opened her first two pop-up stores at the Bon Marché and Bergdorf Goodman. Ever the jetsetter, Nadine Ghosn will be heading to New York for the reveal of a highly-anticipated second line.
The piece to remember: Her essential minimalist signet rings, cropping up this year in gold and diamonds to celebrate 20 years of Paris' colette concept store.
The piece to remember: The finesse of the marquise-cut diamond rings, that this successor in a long line of diamond merchants forges in her Parisian ateliers. Find them today at Quiet Storms, while we're waiting for a Parisian stockist.
The piece to remember: Her Paniers Dorés earrings, a pretty twist on the fortune cookie that are already on the ears of It-girls everywhere.
The piece to remember: The stunning Open Fringe chain earrings. A delicate piece to complete the designer's first line of piercings alongside her bold ear cuffs, which she likes to mix and match with her new long statement earrings.
The piece to remember: Her graphic rings with clean lines. A minimalist first collection of statement diamond pieces, snapped up straight away by Dover Street Market.
The piece to remember: The Alphabet signet ring. A cluster of intimate symbols – karma, protection, initials – dear to designer Beth Bugdaycay, who launched her first collection to wide acclaim after co-launching and serving as CEO at Rebecca Taylor for several years.