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Vogue’s New Jewelry Book Curates Signature Pieces from the Past 100 Years

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Author explores five aesthetic themes throughout history.

Carol Woolton, the longtime jewelry editor of British Vogue, has written a book called “Vogue: The Jewellry” that looks back at signature pieces that have been featured in the publication during the last 100 years, the Columbia Daily Tribune writes. The article says the book is divided into five thematic chapters and “offers a look at the social forces that shaped aesthetics at a particular point in time.” The book is scheduled to be released in the U.S. on Tuesday, April 5.

Here’s an excerpt from the description of the book found on its back cover:

“In Vogue: The Jewellery Carol Woolton has curated a collection of more than 300 fabulous images and grouped them into five thematic chapters: Show-stoppers, Rock Chick, Minimalist, Exotic and Classical. From fantastical diamond-encrusted tiaras and intricate jet chokers to sculptural silver cuffs and the purity of a simple string of pearls, the book provides an evocative celebration of a century of magical jewelry.

Read more at the Columbia Daily Tribune

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