Charm up your life with Thomas Sabo

Afbeeldingsresultaat voor thomas saboIn 1984, entrepreneur Thomas Sabo laid the foundations for a company that was to become the embodiment of high-end silver jewellery within a period of just a few years. Since then, the brand has internationally made a name for itself with hand-finished creations and a constantly-growing watches segment.

With around 1,800 employees, more than 300 points-of-sale and a sales and distribution operation that includes more than 75 countries (status: 2017), the THOMAS SABO Group is today one of the leading premium-sector jewellery and watch suppliers. This position is strengthened by the in-house E-Commerce operations as well as long-term relationships with well-known jewellers and business partners throughout the world. Read more

Tiffany’s New ‘Paper Flowers’ Jewelry

These are flowers of the imagination, as if scattered by the wind and pinned back together. New …Tiffany & Co. Paper Flowers.

New York—Tiffany & Co.’s first jewelry collection from Chief Artistic Officer Reed Krakoff has hit stores.

“Tiffany Paper Flowers” encompasses both high and fine jewelry, and takes its inspiration from paper flower petals that are pinned together.

The Paper Flowers iteration of the handicraft sees platinum petals accented with diamonds and secured with a platinum pin. Colored gemstones, like tanzanite, and colored diamonds, such as yellow diamonds, add pops of color throughout, and were meant to mimic the hues of irises and fireflies, Tiffany said. Read more

Peacocks AW/18

Image result for peacocks clothingAt Peacocks, we understand that busy families live life on the go, so we have crafted the very best family style shortcuts for the Autumn Winter season.

With tradition and heritage key influences, we’ve fused this with a sport edge, giving Peacocks AW18 its truly
modern look. Feminine prints mixed with bold side stripes anchor the season.

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Bellavita: The Excellence of Italy


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Bellavita Expo is the leading Italian food and beverage trade event, with 1,000 products debuting in London this June (17th – 19th, at Business Design Centre, London). Main trends include volcanic wines, vegan and free from products, street food dishes and innovations inspired by nonna’s recipes. 8,000 visitors are expected this year, including buyers, importers, distributors, chefs and sommeliers from leading companies and restaurants in the UK.
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