Couture Design Awards
Couture Design Awards

The winners of the Couture Design Awards 2024

It is the most anticipated competition of the year: the Couture Design Awards awards prizes that are a medal (and good publicity) for jewelry brands. There are many prizes: there are 20 categories in the competition and for each there is a winner, but also a mention for second and third place, as in athletics competitions. The winners are determined by a jury of five experts (two retailers, two journalists and a designer). This year’s judges were Alexandra Lippin of Elyse Walker; Amy Lane of Bergdorf Goodman; Archana Thani, jewelery curator and journalist; Tracey Ellison of The Diamond Girl and Italian designer Marco Bicego. Here are the 2024 winners

Best in Gold
The winner was the Parisian brand Rainbow K. In second place was Pamela Zamore and in third place was the Hargreaves Stockholm brand.

Rainbow K, The Golden Waterfall
Rainbow K, The Golden Waterfall

Best in Bridal
In first place Design Atelier by Vanessa Fernandez Studio. The second place finalist was Gumuchian and third place went to Jade Trau.
Vanessa Fernandez Studio
Vanessa Fernandez Studio

Best in Colored Gemstones Below $40,000 Retail
Maison Renna ranked first, while Ananya came in second place, and Alexander Laut came in third place.
Collier by Renna

Best in Colored Gemstones Above $40,000 Retail
The winner of the award was Tabayer. In second place was BP de Silva jewellery, in third place was Chantecler Capri.
Bracciale by Tabayer

Best in Haute Couture
The Turkish designer, six-time winner of the Couture Design Award, Sevan Bicakci, was awarded. Cicada is the second place finalist and Francesca Villa was the third place finalist.
Collana di Sevan Bicakci
Sevan Bicakci

Best in Diamonds Below $40,000 Retail
Ondyn was the winner of the category, with Roberto Demeglio in second place and Studio Renn in third.
Bracciale di Ondyn

Best in Diamonds Above $40,000 Retail
In first place Gismondi 1754 with the Fenice necklace. In second place another Italian, Busatti 1947, while the third place finalist was the Lebanese brand Yeprem.
Al centro della collana c'è un un diamante bianco pear shaped D Color da 5,05 carati
Gismondi 1754

Best in Platinum
Eva Fehren of New York rose to first place. Second place finalist Jade Ruzzo, third place Walters Faith.
Eva Fehren
Eva Fehren

Best in Pearls
The Italian Australian brand Autore Pearls was the winner of the category. Arunashi came in second place, with Leigh Maxwell Jewelry on the third step of the podium.
Autore Pearls
Autore Pearls

Best in Innovative
The American brand Sorellina won with a pendant in 18k yellow gold, diamonds and white sapphires. Brazilian Silvia Furmanovich in second place and ST Dupont in third place.

Best in Below $10,000 Retail
Ashaha took the podium, with second and third place finalists L’Atelier Nawbar and Capolavoro.

Best in Debuting
Italy’s Francesca Villa won, with Roberto Demeglio a finalist in second place and Joywith Jewelry in third.
Francesca Villa
Francesca Villa

Best in Editor’s Choice
Silvia Furmanovich received the greatest acclaim. In second place Luvor and in third place Rouvenat.
Silvia Furmanovich
Silvia Furmanovich

Best in People’s Choice
The mask, a jewel by Richard Wu, won the prize, with Chantecler Capri in second and Rosmundo in third place.
Richard Wu
Richard Wu

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