From today (17) to 19 September 2019, Phillips Auction House will exhibit Ana Khouri’s jewels in London. In a selling exhibition showcasing Ana’s gorgeous work. This follows a wildly successful selling exhibition in 2018 in New York City, with the same jeweller.
Speaking to the auction house, Khouri said: “London is the cultural center for arts and creativity, so I am honored and humbled to have the opportunity to exhibit here. I lived in London a decade ago and being back in the city with this exhibition is a particular thrill.”
Small has been at the forefront of fairtrade jewellery practices, long before it became cool. Quintessentially British and sustainably cool, her designs are sought after globally.
In their words: “Pippa Small grew up in a family of artists and travellers. Spending her childhood exploring the world with her mother and siblings she became inspired by the many fascinating cultures she encountered. Later she completed a Masters in Medical Anthropology, by then her interests in human rights among minorities, indigenous and tribal groups were already well cultivated which led her going on to work with grass roots local organisations in Borneo, Thailand and India, looking at ways of protecting indigenous lands, knowledge and biodiversity.”
See more on their website here. Shop in person in London, LA and NYC. Or online via Net-A-Porter. If you’re in London, I’d personally recommend you head to their retail space in Notting Hill.
Every Monday I shine a spotlight on hidden gems. Extraordinary women in our industry. This week’s focus is on @AliceEdwards.
Alice is currently the Jewellery Editor at The Sunday Times & The Times. She started here in the spring of 2016.
Before that, the jewellery writer spent over 8 years at Conde Nast. Which included being the Jewellery & Watches Editor at Tatler.
Edwards has a glittering (pun intended) time within our industry. You can live vicariously through her Instagram here. With special focus on Instagram Stories, which are always curated with a crisp aesthetic. Alice goes to a whole host of fun and fascinating events. From jewellery talks and exhibitions to one-of-a-kind celebrations hosted by an industry insider. If you don’t already, follow along. Thank me later!