Tag Archives: Chupi

COLLECTION: Chupi creates line for stargazers and daydreamers

Award-winning Irish jewellery brand Chupi has launched ‘Stars in the Sky’, a new collection for AW18. Inspired by the words of legendary American pianist Frances Clark, “There wouldn’t be a sky full of stars if we were all meant to wish on the same one,” Chupi’s latest collection includes sparkling new engagement rings, personalised solid

Specialist jewellery agency highlights rise of female entrepreneurs

The increase of successful women pioneering jewellery brands was highlighted at an exclusive event held in London on International Women’s Day, Hosted in London by the specialist, all-women, jewellery agency Facets PR, and supported by the Women’s Jewellery Network, the event held in London invited leading names in the jewellery world to come together to

COLLECTIONS OF THE YEAR 2017: Accessible Fine Jewellery

From collections catering for a variety of styles and budgets, to unusual gemstone adornments, the finalists in this category offer consumers high-quality jewels at affordable prices. Click on the links to see the products: WINNER: Plume by Alex Monroe Highly Commended: Anthology by Domino Highly Commended: Bamboo Spring by Chimento Highly Commended: Phototaxis by Astley

Accessible Fine Jewellery Highly Commended: Drop in the Wild by Chupi

Multi award-winning jewellery brand Chupi introduced signature creations in solid 14ct gold as the Irish brand made its debut at International Jewellery London this year. The brand already has a cult following, with consumers loving the founder and her unique designs, so creating pieces in solid gold was a natural next step for the designer

Consumers starry-eyed for constellation jewellery

Jewels which use constellation motifs to represent zodiac signs have been flying off the shelves this year, industry feedback reveals. Reviewing the nominations for the Collections of the Year Personalised Jewellery category has shown consumers are starry-eyed for meaningful constellation jewellery. Personalised jewellery has been a growing trend in the industry over the last few years,