Vogue: The Jewellery by Carol Woolton

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Showcasing more than 300 images from the Vogue archive, Vogue: The Jewellery is an in depth look at the evolution of jewellery throughout a century of the magazine’s history. From costume to couture, the book explores themes like Jazz-age glamour, fairy-tale romance and sculptural modernism to highlight the variety of ways that precious stones have been represented in the magazine.

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Featuring work from some of British Vogue‘s best photographers, such as Norman Parkinson, Mario Testino, David Bailey, and Tim Walker, the book is a beautiful celebration of how jewellery can tell the narrative of dress just as much as garments can.

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