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  1. Meet LA's latest celeb-approved jeweller drawing on her Danish roots

    Fie Isolde is the eponymous LA-based brand celebrity stylists fawn over. Here, we speak with the Danish founder on merging her Scandi roots with Hollywood glamour

    By Josefin Forsberg
  2. Tiffany & Co. on your mind this Christmas? These are our editor in chief's favourite pieces

    Thinking of gifting a sparkling keepsake to a loved one – or yourself – these holidays? Step into the Tiffany & Co. boutique with Vogue Scandinavia and take note from our editor in chief Martina Bonnier

    By Vogue Scandinavia
  3. Rare Jewelry honours Hilma af Klint in new collaboration with Lena Olin

    Actresses Lena Olin and Tora Hallström will both be brandishing Rare Jewelery's new Hilma af Klint inspired collection at the world premiere of Lasse Hallström's Hilma

    By Josefin Forsberg
  4. The 8 best High Jewellery pieces from Couture Week, according to our editor-in-chief

    Showcasing newcomers alongside the fresh innovations of regular fixtures, all that glitters is truly gold at Haute Joaillerie

    By Josefin Forsberg
  5. Meet the royal-approved Swedish jeweller beloved by the likes of Adele

    Heading up heritage jeweller Engelbert for almost 40 years, we sit down with head designer Thomas Carlsson to learn why this Swedish brand makes celebrities and royals alike tick

    By Josefin Forsberg
  6. Pianegonda taps hyped jeweller Betony Vernon for its brand new creative vision

    Helmed by new creative director Betony Vernon, Pianegonda’s latest collection of silver smithery is equal parts futurism and heritage

    By Josefin Forsberg
  7. Bulgari’s Jewellery Director talks us through the house’s jaw-dropping new high jewellery collection

    Gleaming emeralds, supreme craftsmanship and a fresh iteration of the Maison’s signature Serpentine: Vogue Scandinavia discovers Bulgari’s exquisite new Garden of Wonders collection

    By Martina Bonnier
  8. Cartier cadrages

    Cartier takes dazzling inspiration from across the world with the new Beautés du Monde collection

    The famous jeweller's new range of necklaces and rings features eye-catching nods to the animal kingdom and more

    By Nina Hald
  9. The evening watch is on the rise and these are the 6 to know, according to our editor in chief

    Equal parts jewellery and timepiece, the evening watch is one to, well, watch. Emerging artist Nasra Rashiid collages these sparkling sets for our [special anniversary Aug - Sept issue]( ) as Vogue Scandinavia's editor-in-chief Martina Bonnier...

    By Josefin Forsberg
  10. Maria Nilsdotter's latest jewellery collection embraces 'chaos'

    With her latest collection, The Queen of Chaos, Swedish jewellery designer Maria Nilsdotter reflects on the power of chaos in her work and her own life

    By Allyson Shiffman
  11. Chanel necklace jewellery diamonds

    Ice ice baby: The 5 most breathtaking haute joaillerie necklaces

    Danish jewellery expert Nina Hald heralds the jewellery masterpieces of late, which will inspire for years to come

    By Nina Hald
  12. A close up look at Norway's most exciting jewellery pieces, fresh from Oslo Runway

    The devil is always in the details. Norway's buzziest crop of jewellery designers give us a close-up look at the process behind their latest, must-see pieces

    By Josefin Forsberg
  13. Florence Pugh

    Annele is the Finnish jewellery brand celebrities are obsessed with

    Endorsed by the likes of Gigi Hadid, Dua Lipa and Florence Pugh, it's no surprise that Annele's coveted creations have caught our eye

    By Josefin Forsberg
  14. Byredo introduces jewellery as its latest permanent category

    “Jewellery ultimately brings design and self-expression together and I really wanted to explore this intersection.” Vogue Scandinavia sits down with Byredo's founder Ben Gorham to dive into its latest product category: jewellery

    By Josefin Forsberg
  15. We're totally charmed by Engelbert's latest release – the gift to cherish for years to come

    If you're searching for a way to chronicle life's big events, look no further than Swedish jewellery house Engelbert's latest line of charms

    By Josefin Forsberg