With ‘jewellery editor’ as part of my job description in New York I was in seventh heaven. I was able to spend hours in archives, talking to designers and gemologists and developing my eye. Sadly I don’t get to write about jewellery so much these days (although I was very proud of this piece I wrote for The Wall Street Journal a year ago on the rise in buying antique, Renaissance and Georgian jewellery.)
Instead, I get to wear it, which is not a Bad Thing. Oh no. And at London Fashion Week this season I joined forces with Thomas Sabo, to wear several pieces as I ran around the shows. I love wearing a statement piece that lifts an entire outfit, and I’m completely obsessed with this Fairy Twines ring, above and below, which I chose to wear as a thumb ring. It’s 18k rose gold-plated 925 Sterling silver, with white zirconia-pavé.
I’m wearing a very pretty pair of drop-shaped ear studs from the The Purity of Lotos range above. (They’re also 18k rose gold-plated 925 Sterling silver, with white zirconia-pavé.) Ring, as before.
On Sunday I was rushing from show to show to review for The Daily, in jeans and pink Adidas trainers, so I chose to wear this blackened silver Kathmandu statement ring, from the from the Sterling Silver Collection. I love its modern feel, and it was perfect with my minimalist weekend look.
Switching my outfit up on Monday with a smarter look I chose this beautiful Maharani Ring with two milky quartz and a stunning single rose quartz mounted in 18k rose gold plated 925 Sterling silver, with white zirconia-pavé. (Shot here on a rare break from the shows at Busaba Eathai.)
Pearls are having a real renaissance at the moment, so I decided to wear both of these rings together, as a stacking pair. They are 925 Sterling silver, with white zirconia-pavé, and cultivated freshwater pearl
This post was written in association with Thomas Sabo