The stars who shone on day two of the Couture Show

From brilliant new innovations to bubbling pearls, day two of the Couture Show in Las Vegas was bursting with exciting new designs for 2017. 

  • It's always a pleasure spending time with Arun Bohra of Arunashi. His constant innovation means that you never know what you are going to encounter next. This one-of-a-kind ring layers sets cacholong opal and blue Peruvian opal seamlessly side by side and is crowned with a 5.25-carat Colombian emerald ($108,000).
  • New additions to David Webb's Woodworks collection, launched this week at the Couture Show, bring a 1970s vibe to the collection. Chunky gold buckles create an unapologetically bold silhouette to these wood bracelets in dark ebony and red-hued bloodwood ($19,500 each).
  • Famous for its top-quality pearls, Assael has upped its Couture Show game with the design-led Bubble collection. This joyful ring sends a froth of different-sized Tahitian pearls over the finger, accompanied by polished spheres of ethical coral from Sardinia ($15,000).
  • Anthony Lent's beaming Moon face signet ring will raise a smile every time you wear it. A master goldsmith, I am forever charmed by the depth of expression Lent manages to capture on a surface the size of a small coin ($6,095).
  • Nikos Koulis' big launch at the Couture Show is the Lingerie collection, but he has also extended existing ranges with exciting new pieces, including these one-of-a-kind Daisy earrings from the Universe collection. What look like slices of rock crystal are in fact clear enamel, which is something totally new in the jewellery universe ($90,000).
  • Fernando Jorge Brilliant diamond earrings as seen at Las Vegas Couture 2017
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  • Lydia Courteille Sahara scorpion enamel earring as seen at Las Vegas Couture 2017

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