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Cashing in: Can cashmere work in summer?

Cashing in: Can cashmere work in summer?

Cashmere isn’t the first material that comes to mind in hot, sunny weather, but the current warm spell is eminently suitable for it, says designer Lucy Nagle

Kathleen Garrett: A law unto herself

Kathleen Garrett: A law unto herself

Eight years ago, the head of Arthur Cox’s London office, Garrett, established a fashion event that connects Irish designers with business leaders in London. This week, Dublin’s National Concert Hall hosts the event

Kathryn Sargent: Master of her trade

Kathryn Sargent: Master of her trade

A suit fit for a president, or perhaps royalty? Ruth O’Connor reveals the woman showing the men how it’s done on London’s Savile Row

In praise of print

In praise of print

When a class of students at NCAD were given a brief to produce an originla textile design for Brown Thomas, the results were fabulously colourful

Curated: Once more into the brooch

Curated: Once more into the brooch

Looking for a truly standout piece of jewellery? Sive O’Brien has found some glittering contenders for your lapels, or wherever else you might choose to wear them

Curated: The Inner World Of Horology

Curated: The Inner World Of Horology

Ian Walton is an industrial designer whose interest in horology was set in motion around four years ago. Now his NTN brand is one to watch, writes Elaine Prendeville

Curated: ‘Best choice will always best reflect the wearer’

Curated: ‘Best choice will always best reflect the wearer’

My curated life Mark Cho, co-founder of The Armoury bespoke lifestyle brand and co-owner of Drake’s, each with stores in Britain, US and Asia

Curated: A Father’s Day gift to  stand the test of time

Curated: A Father’s Day gift to stand the test of time

Father’s Day watches

Curated: Calibre: the precise anatomy of a movement

Curated: Calibre: the precise anatomy of a movement

The worlds of watchmaking and firearms have more than one thing in common: the need for precision and use of the word calibre. So why is a watch mechanism called a calibre? Jack Forster explains why

Curated: Drawing on landscape

Curated: Drawing on landscape

Boodles latest ‘high jewellery’ collection, The Poetry of Landscape, explores the beauty of nature with flowing forms and brilliantly coloured gems

Curated: An elegant and fragrant muse

Curated: An elegant and fragrant muse

Flowers have inspired jewellers for centuries so they are a more than suitable muse for fashion writer Patrick Mauriès and museum curator Évelyne Possémé in their sumptuous book Flora: The Art of Jewelry, writes Fionnuala Egan

Curated: In a New York state of mind

Curated: In a New York state of mind

It’s an urban and elegant mash-up for Tiffany’s very different HardWear collection, writes Elaine Prendeville

Curated: An enduring passion for the perfect piece

Curated: An enduring passion for the perfect piece

Natasha Sherling leads a team of goldsmiths in creating bespoke wedding rings for private clients, as well as ready-to-wear designs. Here, she shares some of her own gems from life in the industry

Curated: The feline of the species

Curated: The feline of the species

Cartier has turned back the hands of time to relaunch its Panthère, combining a formidable 1980s icon with understated coolness

Curated: Watching the trends: The time of their lives

Curated: Watching the trends: The time of their lives

From Patek Philippe to The Watch Book by Rolex, here are six stories waking up the watch and jewellery world