GET THE LOOK: CLARIDGE’S LONDON
An iconic art-deco hotel founded in 1858, Claridge’s is the go-to place to stay for those of us who are after old-school luxury in the heart of London and want to become part of London culture. Because of its timeless elegance, Claridges is a happening venue for many jewellery brands who host many presentations and events here, and hence is my second home in Mayfair.
I love Clardge’s for their magnificent Christmas trees every December: each year a different designer creates a unique Christmas tree that is sure to take your breath away. And of course, their Christmas parties never disappoint either!
SKIRT BY SOLACE LONDON
GARDENIA BRACELET BY BUCCELLATI
EARRINGS BY SILVIA FURMANOVICH
TOP BY ZARA
PUMPS BY GIANVITO ROSSI
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GEMOLOGUE jewelry blog by Liza Urla is a celebration of fine, fashion and vintage jewellery featuring talented jewellery designers, trendy urban street style, exclusive interviews and rare jewellery reviews. This jewellery blog’s goal is to encourage and educate about jewellery online in a fresh and original fashion to inspire women and men across the globe in a fashion and travelling context.
Jewellery blogger, writer Liza Urla, the founder of GEMOLOGUE, is a London-based and NYC-educated gemologist, who has travelled to and lived in many countries. She is now one of the most influential digital jewellery tastemakers. Her jewellery influence has been acknowledged by Financial Times, The New York Times, Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.
*Photographed by Julia Flit at Claridge’s. Styling and Art Direction by Liza Urla. All photos belong to GEM Kreatives for GEMOLOGUE.
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