Designers are set to reveal their colourful side at the Couture jewelry show in Las Vegas

With just over a month to go until Couture kicks off, we're loving the colourful gems that are being flown out to Vegas for the annual high-end jewelry show.


With just over a month to go until Couture kicks off in Las Vegas, we've been enjoying a preview of the pieces that will be on display when the jewelry show opens its doors on 30 May.

Taking place during 'jewelry market week', Couture is the go-to trade show for exclusive designs from some of the most exciting international brands. Held in the five-star Wynn resort, one of the glitziest hotels on the neon-lit strip, Couture has that exciting Vegas vibe that it would be impossible to recreate anywhere else in the world.

But atmosphere aside, it is the jewels that really sets Couture apart. This high-end business-to-business event is 100% design-focussed, which gives the brands - big and small - the opportunity to show off their best pieces. Whether you are an up-and-coming designer taking part for the first time in the Design Atelier or a globally famous brand such as Stephen Webster exhibiting in your own 5,000sq ft ballroom, this is your opportunity to fly your finest pieces out to Vegas for the week and show buyers and the international press the extent of your creativity.

In the run-up to the event, we will be showcasing some of the trends that you can expect to see at Couture 2013, plus we will be taking a look at last year's winners of the coveted Couture Design Awards. For now, though, here's a glimpse of just some of the vibrant jewels you're likely to encounter at Couture. Coloured gemstones are one of the most prevalent trends in high jewellery, and designers are embracing the almost infinite colour palette available to them. Feast your eyes on Stephen Webster's kaleidoscopic butterflies, Wendy Yue's darkly romantic roses and Mauro Felter's blindingly bright earrings - just a taster of the deliciously colourful offerings at this year's show. 


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