Summer chic in Chicago, vine arts in Geneva, Tokyo catwalk, rarities in Monaco, shimmering Shanghai
Graff looks to Asia with new stores in Shanghai, Beijing and Taipei, and openings in Hangzhou and Macau in 2012. François Graff heads up the company’s latest phase with a tour of these locations, meeting valued clients and enjoying the local culture.
Every jewel has a story to tell. Graff’s designers believe the stone tells the tale while the design is the voice, conjuring character and drama. Little wonder then that Graff’s creations are so rich with mystique.
Appropriation artist Richard Prince famously borrows his materials then adds his own twist. It has served him very well, says Ben Lewis, who takes a retrospective look at the work of the enigmatic mastermind.
Reflecting its winter wonderland setting, this collection of spectacular gems creates a world of beauty and imagination.
Inside this issue of Graffiti.
A gem in South Africa’s Cape winelands, Delaire Graff Estate has grown into a destination for gourmets from all over the world.
Whether exuding opulent elegance, or dazzling after dark, graff’s timepieces scale new heights of haute horology.
A glittering celebrity roster has made the Alpine village of Gstaad in switzerland a byword for glamour and exclusivity, says Robert Ryan.
Radiating luminosity and dazzling with vibrant movement, Graff’s flawless haute jewellery reveals the truest of colours.
As Laurence Graff’s Facet Charity continues to transform the lives of vulnerable young people in Africa, many of South Africa’s finest artists are joining forces to show support with an auction of their works.
President and CEO or Graff USA Henri Barguirdjian describes to Joanne Glasbey the phenomenal forces that forge coloured diamonds, and the singular emotional power such stones hold.