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Among the many things that delight the members of the Vogue jewelry team is finding and sharing the best and the newest in every category. We revel in the discovery and the evolution of both brands and trends to help inform how we style, wear, and recommend jewelry to all.
Vogue’s Top Jewelry Picks:
- The Day-to-Night Earring: Mejuri easy huggie earrings, $128
- The Modernist Cuff: Agmes Beatriz cuff, $730
- The Perfect Bridal Earring: Sophie Bille Brahe petite tulip d earrings with pearls, $1,350
- The Not-So-Dainty Stacking Ring: Fernando Jorge sequence diamond and gold ring, $2,950
- The Golden Drops: Oak and Luna Gold Dome Huggies, $110
- The Everyday Medallion Necklace: Azlee Pegasus diamond and 18k gold necklace, $4,290
- The Talisman Necklace: Retrouvaí talisman karma 14k gold necklace, $2,947
- The Forever Hoops: Jennifer Fisher Samira gold-plated hoops, $350
Our favorite brands are not limited to the most expensive or exclusive but include new and unique designers. From Swarovski and Bea Bongiasca’s colorful creations to Cartier’s elevated classics, shop our favorites and some of the best jewelry brands, below. As we know all too well, the thrill of finding an amazing new brand is almost as good as finding that perfect piece of jewelry.
Mejuri is more than a jewelry brand with a loyal global following. The company, founded by Noura Sakkijha, is committed to making high-quality, sustainable pieces that nurture and empower women.
Agmes’ sculptural, artistic pieces with pearl and glass elements are a stylist favorite in the Vogue offices.
Italian jewelry designer Francesca Villa’s obsession with vintage collection and curation has led to her unique and often whimsical jewelry. Villa accompanies her found objects or vintage-inspired pieces with fine stones and metals for jewelry perfection.
A specialist in cool girl, delicate jewelry, Danish designer Sophie Bille Brahe continues to produce luxurious and modern approaches to classic design.
Reed Krakoff is working to modernize this heritage jewelry brand. New collections are minimal, clean, and perfectly unfussy.
Prounis Jewelry’s approach to pieces begins with her passion for beautiful objects. Jean Prounis designs and makes the pieces with sustainability in mind, using recycled 22-karat gold and largely repurposed stones.
Melinda Zeman’s slinky bangles and ingenious use of enamel always garner a response (and often a purchase) in the Vogue offices. We love the fresh and lively spirit the pieces bring to any look.
Each piece by British brand By Pariah is at once sustainable and sophisticated. Simply elegant rings, earrings, and personal necklaces are created with recycled gold and unheated carved precious stones.
The colorful fine gemstones in pieces from Jolly Bijou bring fun and energy to their deco-inspired pieces.
Modern and impactful in their simplicity, Erede’s ethical pieces are standouts for daily wear. Australian brand founders Jeramie Hotz and Talia Shavalov bring their knowledge of fashion, production, architecture, and industrial design to the jewelry space to give new life to everyday essentials.
Grown from the love of layering jewelry, Type pieces create an instantly curated stack. We like the brand from Panama for its colorful point of view and architectural approach to fine jewelry.
After years of producing jewelry for big names in the business, jeweler Arielle Ratner finally started her own eponymous line. Ratner amplifies beautiful stones with organic, fluid design that is as natural as it is show-stopping.
Bea Bongiasca embraces color through enamel and stones. Bongiasca began with her easily identifiable curly-cued designs and has developed to some more substantial pieces with finer stones of late.
The colorful and fun approach to fine jewelry wouldn’t make you think Brazilian brand Sauer has been around for over eight decades. Stephanie Wenk, the brand’s current Creative Director, has continued to innovate and push the envelope of jewelry design.
Former magazine editor, Marie Lichtenberg, draws on global inspiration and her mother’s Martiniquan roots to create her colorful take on lockets with recycled gold chains or silk thread ropes.
Cartier has been at the forefront of the jewelry and watch industry since 1847, thanks to the brand’s iconic designs and philanthropic efforts. You can’t go wrong with any of their collections.
It’s no secret even a Vogue editor loves a good deal. Oak and Luna offers sleek and everyday jewelry designs that won’t hurt your bank account.
Fernando Jorge creates sensual, effortless, and laid-back pieces for his eponymous brand. Jorge’s jewelry is instantly recognizable for its fluid silhouettes and gemstone elements.
As a vintage collection, Jenna Grosfeld of Jenna Blake originally began making jewelry to repurposes some of the stones in her purchases. As the brand has matured Grosfeld has added her more color and stones to the mix.
Franco-Lebanese jeweler Selim Mouzannar’s ethos is to create with optimism and nonviolence. He embraces color and beauty in his designs.
Here at Vogue, we love to see pieces that are out of the ordinary. Brent Neale Winston infuses her handcrafted fine jewelry with color, fun, and art. She’s also spearheading the custom jewelry business, from stone resets to brand-new designs, she’s one to approach for a special project.
The sleek, sculptural pieces from Tabayer are crafted from fair-mined gold and many pieces include philanthropic donations when purchased. Nothing like feeling good when looking good.
Milamore is about breaking the old and ushering in the new, as is evident with his iconic Kintsugi collection.
A refined approach to heirloom jewelry made by women for women. The selection of lockets and chains by Charlotte Macaulay are inspired by her English heritage and all have pops of enamel or carvings inside.
Designer Matthew Harris has figured out what women want to buy themselves. His price point is spot on and the styles are simple yet elevated.
Baylee Zwart of Azlee creates pieces that bridge antiquity with modernity. She is a master of gold and diamonds as much as she is the colored stone.
Emily P. Wheeler’s designs often harness fine colorful gemstones with interesting color combinations.
Fisher’s eponymous line is one of the most iconic jewelry brands for hoops out there. Crowned the Queen of Hoops by the NYTimes on the occasion of her New York store opening, Fisher has continued to flourish and expand her cutting-edge and modern pieces.
Foundrae has been a Vogue favorite since it was founded in 2015. The Foundrae mission is for each piece of jewelry to become part of the wearer, to tell a story, and to express one’s identity and values.
Renna Brown-Taher has expanded on her original inspiration of coffee bean shells to a broader, more all-encompassing brand.
Sorellina, the New York–based design house founded by sisters Nicole and Kim Carosella, is a line of bold, vibrant statement jewelry. Their distinct brand ranges from tarot pieces, which are miniature works of art, to Art Deco–inspired earrings.
Daryā Khonsary’s fine jewelry line reimagines these ancient Persian symbols in luxurious gold and the finest diamonds and gemstones.
Kirsty Stone’s brand, Retrouvaí, is an updated approach to heirloom jewelry. From signet rings to heirloom set stones, there’s something for everyone.
Lauren Harwell Godfrey, the founder and designer of Harwell Godfrey, has created a distinctive and unique jewelry line with eye-catching stone inlays and rich gold tones. Godfrey was included in the 2022 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund and was the winner at the 2022 Gem Awards for jewelry design.
Giovanna Engelbert has updated the heritage crystal brand with color, and sculptural designs. Swarovski is as much loved for their classic tennis bracelet as they are for colorful, sparkly ear cuffs.
David Farrugia’s line Uniform Object has expanded the boundaries of what fine jewelry can be. Easy to layer or as impactful on its own.
Beck pays homage to memories spent at sea and is inspired by shapes such as masks from early underwater explorations and dazzling sand patterns.
It’s hard to miss Irene Neuwirth’s colorful, fantastical, and unique designs . Neuwirth has had many accolades along the way—not to mention pages in Vogue, and finally opened her East Coast flagship on Madison Avenue in 2022.
Rainbow K Jewelry isn’t just one thing. The fresh brand challenges fine jewelry with edgy tweaks and fun surprises.
Monbouquette has patents for the functional invention of its designs, but the jewelry—created by a mother-daughter duo—is inspired by artists such as Robert Smithson and Yayoi Kusama.
Presley Oldham has charted his own path within the industry out of the shadow of his uncle Tony Oldham. His jewelry is handmade with every color and size of pearl imaginable and features handpicked antique beads.
Almasika interprets global traditions and universal symbols through the timeless and rich visual language that jewelry allows.
Self-taught jewelers Ron Anderson and David Rees founded their brand Ten Thousand Things three decades ago after successful careers in fashion retail. Since then, their meticulously hand-crafted pieces, made from expertly-chosen materials and shaped into sculptural forms, have continued to inspire and awe both editors and shoppers alike.