Women Jewellery Designers

Who run the world? Girls.

Author Juliet de la Rochefoucauld would agree with Beyoncé in her newest book “Women Jewellery Designers,” which celebrates the work of women designers from the twentieth century through today. The best-selling author highlights the great masterpieces and history of Coco Chanel, Elsa Peretti, Monique Pean, Paloma Picasso and Suzanne Belperron to name a few. From legendary jewelry maisons like Cartier, Bulgari and Tiffany & Co. readers enter the world of the largest jewelry movements that have helped to shape today’s most powerful trends and most coveted pieces.

The book is composed of thematic sections including color, nature, inspiration and illustrations, marking as the newest release from the Antique Collectors Club at an impressive 360 pages. The author is a fellow of the Gemmological Association of Great Britain and began her career at Sotheby’s. As an expert in the field, Rochefoucauld makes it her mission to tell the stories of key females that play a part of the jewelry industry, which was treated as a male dominant industry.

If you are looking for a glamorous and motivating read over the holiday break that will be pretty on the eyes we suggest grabbing yourself a copy!

About the Author

Michelle Costa currently works as Senior Account Executive at Network USA, representing various luxury RTW and accessory clients. She began her career at Harper’s Bazaar, Town & Country and Cartier. An original beach bum turned fashion publicist residing on the Upper West Side in NYC. Follow her journey on Instagram @michellemariacosta