Vogue: The Jewellery by Carol Woolton

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.


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.