Tag Archives: Maia Adams
By maia | Published: September 21, 2012
The 18th Century stylings at Meadham Kirchhoff's SS2013 catwalk show suggest that vintage jewellery with a maximalist twist is going from strength to strength.
By maia | Published: September 19, 2012
Somerset House is home to a plethora of cool collections this week, not least a range created by British design talents in homage to a Disney icon.
By maia | Published: September 13, 2012
A Grease-themed night out in London this weekend has fired up our appetite for all things retro, pink and kitsch. Adorn's very own Pink Lady picks her favourite baubles at Frenchie's slumber party.
By Juliet | Published: September 6, 2012
We are thrilled to announce the re-release of Maia's best selling book: Fashion Jewellery Catwalk and Couture as a handy mini edition. To celebrate we're offering one lucky Adorn London reader the chance to win a signed copy.
By Juliet | Published: August 29, 2011
Adorn London contributor, Maia Adams, selects her ‘Top 5′ seasonal must-have jewels for the urban siren. 1.Labyrinth Maze Knot ring by Fallon 2.Masquerade pendant by Vanessa Tugendhaft available at Kabiri. 3.Tassel Torque from Topshop 4.Handcuff bracelet by Jack Vartanian 5.Stingray ...
By Juliet | Published: July 11, 2011
Jewellery trends analysis agency Adorn Insight blazes a trail!
By Juliet | Published: February 14, 2011
Feb 14th: Jewellery trends analysis agency, Adorn Insight, launches to huge acclaim at Birmingham’s prestigious Jewellery Show As the fruits of a partnership between jewellery experts Juliet Hutton-Squire and Maia Adams – who between them have 10 years experience ...
By Juliet | Published: January 12, 2011
It goes without saying that my ‘jewellery moment’ of the year was the publication, in March, of my first book: Fashion Jewellery: Catwalk & Couture. A couple of years’ of hard slog came to fruition, and with it the opening ...
By Juliet | Published: November 8, 2010
MAIA ADAMS CALLS HER TOP THREE Metal stud cuffs by Eddie Borgo EDDIE BORGO Eddie Borgo’s all about the New York vibe – cool, streetwise, ironic. Referencing contemporary street culture, the geometries of modern architecture and post punkers like ...
By Juliet | Published: October 8, 2010
The red carpets have been rolled and stored, the champagne glasses restacked, the lids put on the lipstick, shoes back in their boxes, clothes pinned on mannequins, models sent to the spa and designers on a weekend break. This marks ...