Luxury with a conscience is gaining traction like never before. These days more and more jewellery brands are supporting social, environmental or ethical issues. Eden Diodati, a London-based jewellery brand founded by African designer Jennifer Ewah, believes in supporting noble causes. Her jewellery is made by a cooperative that supports Rwandan women who survived female genocide. Jennifer's 'label of love' combines the two worlds of creativity and compassion effortlessly only because of her strong conviction to promote ethical luxury. Read more about her thoughts in Creative Charisma.
Butani, an Indian haute joaillerie brand based in Hong Kong, has mesmerised the world with a blend of Asian aesthetics. The opulent but unfussy handcrafted pieces set with the finest of gemstones and diamonds are favoured by royalty and rock stars alike from across the globe. Turn to Global Icon to know more about their 40-year creative journey to success.
Gold is an integral part of our social and cultural fabric, and in our Cover Feature and Jewel Gallery, we showcase jewels with a modern slant, yet redolent with age-old artistic crafts like filigree, repousse, granulation, and more.
In this issue we also bring you the well-curated antique and present-day collections from two of the world’s most renowned art fairs – Tefaf New York and Masterpiece London. Check out the Shining Light section and admire the timeless pieces infused with extraordinary artistry.
Adorn is a bi-monthly magazine dedicated to luxury jewellery. It is published and circulated in India by Spenta Multimedia. Adorn is two years old, and is a high-quality offering, produced in a larger-than-normal format on imported art paper, rich with visuals and full of exciting content. Adorn features the latest offerings from national and international jewellery houses. Every issue has a cover feature and themed photo spreads with top models such as Lisa Haydon, Vipasha Agarwal, Netra Raghuraman, and Bollywood stars like Sonam Kapoor, Neha Dhupia, Aditi Rao Hydari and Shraddha Kapoor. Besides, it also covers red carpet events and what the who’s who is wearing in jewellery today. The magazine also looks to educate readers about the craft of jewellery-making and features articles on subjects like diamond settings, gemstone cuts, and enamelling techniques written by experts and renowned jewellery historians. The magazine, which has a print run of 20,000 copies, is on sale at newsstands across India and is distributed free to a database of high-net worth individuals.