5 Things Rocking the Industry: July–August 2019



EXHIBITIONS Florals? For spring? Not quite groundbreaking. But even Miranda Priestly would have been impressed with the rhapsodic In Bloom, spring’s three-week selling exhibition at Sotheby’s New York. Curated by British Vogue’s Carol Woolton and Frank Everett, sales director of Sotheby’s luxury division, the petal-heavy show composed of 75 pieces covering nearly 250 years—from a circa 1780 old mine– and rose-cut diamond flower bangle to diamond, tsavorite, and enamel orchid earrings with detachable stems created especially for the exhibition by British ­jeweler Shaun Leane. Along with historic brands including Cartier, Verdura, and Van Cleef & Arpels, the show also repped some of today’s most daring designers, such as Lydia Courteille, Bina Goenka, and Neha Dani. (Above) One of the very few fine jewelry creations from Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana  
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