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On the Rocks

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SPRING / SUMMER 2017

On The Rocks launches its collectible new issue

An independent biannual magazine on the subject of jewellery, with a passion for art, fashion and ideas.

On The Rocks' new issue salutes the fearless future of jewellery, with four strikingly pared-back covers celebrating modern women and the season's boldest jewels, photographed by Arnaud Lajeunie and styled by Victoire Simonney.

Elsewhere in the issue, jewellery dealer extraordinaire Lee Siegelson presents a curated selection of Art Deco and Moderne masterpieces from his unparalleled collection, shot by Anthony Cotsifas; art patron and jewellery designer Christophe de Menil invites us into her Upper East Side home for prosecco and a lively conversation about her incredible life in the arts; and German jewellers Hemmerle let us in on the alchemy of invention and treasure-hunting that informs their timeless jewels. From Paris, perennially chic designer Aurélie Bidermann discusses her plans for Poiray, while in London, Swiss-born designer Cora Sheibani reveals her sweet tooth. A maverick trio, comprising Anna Sui, Cosey Fanni Tutti and Martino Gamper share their keepsakes and treasures.

The mood of the season is captured in fashion stories by a host of celebrated stylists and image-makers, including Carmen Borgonovo, Anna Schiffel, Raquel Franco, Phil Dunlop, Matthieu Lavanchy and Marie Zucker, to name a few.

Also in the issue: an exclusive interview with Michele Clapton, the award-winning force behind the costumes and jewellery on Game of Thrones; a dissection of the safety pin as adornment, by writer Paul Gorman; Liberace's grand piano ring; and treasures from a beloved Milan boutique.

 

UK Cover Price   £10

Approximate Weight 670 gms

Frequency 2PA 

 

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