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Below the surface We love it when two great luxury brands join forces, as more often than not, this creative fusion results in particularly innovative new products. Case in point: Georg Jensen and Gemfields’ latest collaboration. Gemfields – one of the world’s leading gemstone suppliers – sourced rubies from its mine in Mozambique for a new five-piece contemporary collection created by Jensen. The minimalist, concave silver designs are based on the jeweller’s iconic Mobiüs shape from the 1960s. Twenty per cent of profits will go towards the Niassa Carnivore project, an organisation that works to conserve lions and other large wildlife in Mozambique. From £350, exclusive to amazon.co.uk/georgjensen

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M’ama Mia Partake in a grown-up game of ‘he loves me, he loves me not’ with Pomellato’s M’ama non m’ama 2017 collection. Launched in 2009 with nine rings in nine colours (their cabochon stones representing different emotions), each piece was designed to be stacked in whatever arrangement the wearer saw fit. A new range sees five gemstones added to rings, earrings and pendants, including amethyst, peridot, London blue topaz, moonstone and garnet. And for the first time, bangles have been introduced. From £1,120, pomellato.com s l u x u ry l o n d o n . c o. u k s

True Colours Jewellery designer Ece Sirin explores the science behind colour in the latest collection of talismanic pieces for her brand Bee Goddess. A kaleidoscopic range of drop earrings, necklaces and stacking rings sees striking graphic shapes in a pavé setting with rubies, sapphires, emeralds and diamonds. In many ancient cultures, each colour was believed to have a different energy and healing power that affects our bodies, from red – power, passion and prosperity – to blue – eternity, truth and spirituality. Soul Colours collection, from £375, available at Harrods, harrods.com

Fares Game It’s fair to say that Noor Fares has had luck on her side. Before reaching the age of 30, the Lebanese-born designer has already carved a reputation as one of the most influential jewellers of her generation. Spiritual motifs, mathematics and the cosmos play a significant role in her collections, as demonstrated in her latest, Navratna (meaning nine gems). For the final instalment in the new collection, Akasha (meaning space), Fares has reinterpreted this ancient Indian talisman into a contemporary range of pieces that have been beautifully handcrafted in 18-karat yellow gold with a myriad of precious gemstones. From £310, coming soon to net-a-porter.com

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Marylebone & Fitzrovia magazine January 2017  

Welcome to the latest edition of Marylebone & Fitzrovia magazine, celebrating the dynamism of the area and bringing you the latest features,...

Marylebone & Fitzrovia magazine January 2017  

Welcome to the latest edition of Marylebone & Fitzrovia magazine, celebrating the dynamism of the area and bringing you the latest features,...

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