British Vogue - 'These 5 Jewellery Trends Will Really Shine In 2023'
“Jewellery has the power to be the one little thing that makes you feel unique.” So said Elizabeth Taylor, a woman who understood the power of a good bauble better than perhaps anyone. Admittedly, the jewellery obsessive was less about the little things and more about the stonking, six-figure ones, but the rest of the world, it’s an adage that still rings true. Indeed it’s been a bumper couple of years for jewellery creativity since the pandemic, with hope-filled talismans, dopamine-inducing colour, and advancements in traceability and circularity that point to a bright, gem-studded future.
The Power Pinky
Signet rings are going nowhere. “People want something substantial that reflects their identity, and looks cool and contemporary,” says Lampley.