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The Glitterati produces webinars with the goal of bringing information and education to the forefront. Webinars are available to the public for 1 month after airing, and then to members only upon request. Please click the link to request a replay.

The Glitterati X Chanel Joaillerie

December 3, 2020

Although the fashion revolution started by Gabrielle Chanel at the beginning of the 20th Century is well known, her influence on high jewellery is a bit more mysterious. Together, Vanessa Cron, Independant Jewellery Historian & Marianne Etchebarne, Global Head of Watches and Fine Jewellery Product Marketing, Clients and Communication at Chanel, will take you through the history of this fascinating jewellery house from the first jewels in the 1930s up to the latest iconic collections.

Get ready for many surprises, unexpected stories and an overload of timeless style…



Cocktails, Glitz & Glamour
February 11, 2021

David Bowie was the poster boy for androgynous glam-rock and Diane Von Furstenberg just designed the now-iconic wrap dress that took you from your desk to Studio 54 where Bianca rolled in on a stallion and Diana tore up the floor.

But the real question is... what kind of jewellery were they wearing ?


Christie's jewellery specialist Marie-Cécile Cisamolo and The Glitterati co-founder Melissa Wolfgang Amenc have a cocktail and chat about the inspiration and audacity behind the jewels of the 1970's.



Collect or Perish

March 8, 2021

Meet Valery Demure of Objet d'Emotion and Mimi Lipton: A Soul Seeker and an Avant-Garde Free Spirit, both passionate about life, jewellery and the world. Add Vanessa Cron - The Gem Whisperer - to the conversation and we have the trifecta of women who rock! Join The Glitterati, Valery, Vanessa and of course, Mimi, to shine a light on this extraordinary woman and her collection.


Vanessa, Mimi and Valery talk about Mimi's travels, the pieces she picked up along the way and the pieces that came to be so many years later.



La Panthère

May 6, 2021

Join The Glitterati with Pascale Lepeu, Curator of the Cartier Collection for a talk about  Jeanne Toussaint, the creative force behind some of Cartier's most iconic jewels. Revolutionary in every way, the famous "Toussaint Taste" was seen on some of the world's most stylish women; from bejewelled brocade handbags to creating jewels for Wallis Simpson, Barbara Hutton, Nina Dyer and Daisy Fellowes, to name only a few. A trailblazer and an inspiration, a strong-willed woman and a legendary lady if there ever was one!

Shinde Jewels
May 18, 2022

Join The Glitterati with Reema Keswani, founder and owner of  New York based jewellery firm Golconda and author of Shinde Jewels (Assouline, 2004). Her book traces the life of A.V. Shinde, a jewellery designer The New York Times called "a leading figure in design known only to cognoscenti." Shinde spent the first two decades of his career designing for Indian Maharajas and the next forty-five years as head designer for Harry Winston.


Reema is Shinde's only authorised biographer and continues to manage his archives and steward his legacy. 



Rouvenat: From the 2nd Empire to the Circular Economy
February 15, 2023

Join The Glitterati for a conversation between Marie Berthelon, Co-founder and CEO of Rouvenat, and Kyle Roderick, journalist and expert on sustainable luxury to learn about the incredible journey of reviving the Parisian heritage brand Rouvenat.


Sandrine de Laage  drew her inspiration from a collection of over 3000 period gouaches and revived, through her own drawings,  an inherited aestheticism, enriched by the jewellery techniques of the 21st century.

Circularity is at the heart of the social and environmental challenge that the jewelry Maison has set for itself. The question is simple: how not to betray the soul of a high jewellery Maison while considering the ecological reality?

En Ronde: Design Curves From Female Jewelry Designers
April 27, 2023

Join The Glitterati with Diana Singer, industry veteran, owner of  New York based estate jewellery firm D&E Singer and President of the American Society of Jewelry Historians for an in depth look at women jewelry designers of the 20th Century.

Diana Singer has a double major degree from New York University in French and Political Science, neither of which really proved preparatory for a life in the jewellery world. She later went to the Gemological Institute of America for her Graduate Gemology degree.

Diana is the current president of the American Society of Jewellery Historians and has presented lectures at auction houses and educational conferences on subjects such as jewellery history, aesthetic analysis, business relating to the industry, etc.

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