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Following the annual Couture Show at The Wynn in Las Vegas, we’ve rounded up five of the best eye catching designs on debut – proving all are best in show.



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ELIOR Fine Jewelry

Flamboyant in personality along with strong appreciation of old-world craftsmanship and quality, ELIOR fine jewelry’s Pill collection debuted at Couture and it isn’t one to be missed. The thematic collection is the second of its kind from the New York City based designer using pill / tablet form as the starting point.

Shapes throughout the collection turn elongated in nature and finishing in bangles, hoops, and eye-catching rings.

I think we are all due a refill…

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Van by Tatiana Van Lancker

Debuting at Couture this year, Van was founded by Tatiana Van Lancker – originally famed for the iconic 18ct Gold and jewelled Van Robots. With the robot in keeping theme, the collection has doubled in size by way of introducing the Van Stack bracelets and rings newly appointed editions to the collection.

The new Van Stack is a true celebration of Tuscany where all Van pieces are handcrafted using a warm palette using reds, gold, olive green and sky-blue stones to create the designs.

One to invest in.

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Future Fortune

Future Fortune’s Couture collection drop is crafted from 18ct gold and is a kaleidoscopic palette of hand-chosen gemstones and diamonds with roots in master craftsmanship that finds joy in bold, cinematic moments. As Mother Nature meets outer space, it was designer, Jessica Old’s mission to share enchanting keepsakes – some featuring her signature Stardust finish – with a hint of retro-psychedelic flair.   

Nod to the 60’s and 70’s? Yes please!

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It’s a known fact that Venyx’s Founder and Creative Director, Eugenie Niarchos time-travels through her jewellery creations and we aren’t mad about it. Nominated for the innovation category at Couture, the new Karya Micromosaic necklace is an homage to the ancient technique of micro mosaic with scenes of nature are traditionally depicted with palm trees framed against the backdrop of a starry night sky, a modern postcard for today’s Grand Tourists.

The beautiful hand-crafted work was made in collaboration with the House of Le Sibille in Rome who have been at the heart of reviving this ancient technique for more than three decades.

Watch out for the Anahata capsule collection with heart-shaped jewellery set in 18ct yellow gold using a kaleidoscope of opal mosaics.

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ANANYA translates to ‘unique’ in Hindi, which is certainly true of the ‘Chakra’ collections. The London-based brand has bolstered its range of fun-loving Chakra bracelets across earrings and criss-cross bracelets decked out in an array of the chicest coloured stones.  

The namesake brand, Ananya celebrates and rediscovers the profoundly personal meanings behind jewellery; the stories that become attached to it over the course of its ownership; its power to connect emotionally with the wearer and its role as an external reflection of their internal spirit. 

Our favourite for Couture? The Chakra Icon bracelet crafted in 18k Yellow gold with snow-set diamonds and hand-cut cabochons.

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