London - Electronic waste or e-waste, that this technological rubbish is now commonly referred to, is a growing issue and is simultaneously catching the media’s attention at the same rate. The

Student jewellery designers from the Glasgow School of Art and Ulster University have been recognised in the New Designers Goldsmiths’ Company Awards at the UK’s showcase of creative and

Farfetch is moving into hard luxury with the launch of its watches and jewellery hub, which will include Chopard, De Beers, Pomellato and Ulysse Nardin all launching exclusive pieces with the e-comme

London - Love is in the air as Brits are predicted to spend more on Valentine's Day gifts than Easter. Romantic partners spent 620 million pounds on Valentine's gifts in 2017, compared to the 575 mil

Four robbers who hit a luxury Cartier boutique in the French town of Cannes this week made off with an estimated 17.5 million euros (13 million pounds) in jewellery and watches, sources close to the

Style jewellery fans won't want to miss the Goldsmiths’ Fair, the ultimate showcase of independent jewels in the UK. Over the past 28 years the Fair has grown in stature and is now considered

Contemporary jewellery label LeJu has successfully set up its fair trade production process in South America. LeJu is launched by Dutch born jewellery designer Lenny Trines, and London-based Colombia

Auditors have questioned the financial strength of a fashion jewellery business linked to retail entrepreneur Gerald Ratner. Although the company, SB&T (UK) Ltd, has the support of shareholders a

Damon Dash has brought a new watch to the market...and this isn't just your run of the mill timepiece. The Tiret watch, worn by heavy hitters like Kevin Bacon, Usher, Rod Stewart, Pharrell Williams a

There has always been a fine line for wearing fashionable jewelry between successfully accessorising and out-blinging the chandeliers. This rings true especially for men. While David Beckham may be a

Golf may not be the hippest sport but the clothes certainly are good. With the opening of the new Pringle of Scotland shop on Sloane Street, Fair Isle Diamonds are now as sure a success as Tiger Wood