Jeweller Hannah Martin has joined forces with sculptor Moritz Waldemeyer to take over the windows at Dover Street Market.
Martin's fifth collection is inspired the Comte of St Germain. The Comte was said to have lived through several centuries, always remaining the same age and always impeccably dressed; his only remarkable refinery was his bountiful jewellery.
The range features geometric shapes, set with luminous rubies, emeralds, fire opals, amethysts, sapphires and diamonds - set in white, yellow or rose gold.
The Comte's Pyramid ring is the centrepiece of the collection and is on display at DSM in Waldemeyer's Pharaoh-worthy sculpture, which features red lasers that crackle when their beams are broken. And if you can't make it to DSM, you can try the ring on via clever augmented reality technology at HANNAHMARTINLONDON.COM.
It took Waris Ahluwalia two months to handmake this Emerald Dream Necklace, which has just landed at Couturelab.
The jeweller was inspired by the romance and history of ancient kingdoms to create the piece, which is made up of 33.20-carats of emeralds with 2.05-carats of rose-cut diamonds and is set in 22 and 24-carat gold. For those with a taste for the truly exclusive, the necklace is available at www.couturelab.com
Source: Vogue UK