Putting on the glitz with Vogue's Jewellery Editor, Carol Woolton
Discover Festive Favourites as chosen by Jewellery Editor, Carol Woolton.
Having lectured and written widely on antique and modern jewellery for newspapers and magazines around the world, Carol Woolton is a leading authority when it comes to jewellery. She’s been British Vogue’s jewellery editor for 14 years and has published three books: Fashion for Jewels: 100 years of styles and icons, Drawing Jewels for Fashion and Precious Jewels about the world’s leading designers.
“I love graphic shapes which makes me a sucker for Art Deco. The length, the black versus white diamonds and triangular shape of these earrings fizzle with excitement for me."
“A pair of dramatic earrings is all you need for the holiday season to perk up any outfit. No time to change before drinks? Clip on these ruby red drops and you’ll look a million dollars.
I don’t often wear anything that matches, big suites can look too much and a little out dated. But I would pick this cuff with the earrings. They have the right amount of difference in their design; the tassel drips with chic and I see something of New York’s dazzling skyline and architecture in them.”
“Having chosen these three for myself, what would I hope to be given? A sentimental surprise. Golden Love and Kisses earrings from the Stephen Webster and Tracey Emin ‘I Promise to Love You’ collection. If I found them in a box at the end of my stocking I’d promise to treasure them.”