uropa Star has a long and rich history with the world of jewellery that stretches back to the early days of our publishing house, nearly a century ago (see our archives here).
Jewellery, with its close ties to watchmaking, has always been featured in our publications. In fact, for several decades, we published issues devoted entirely to jewellery under the Europa Star name.
Two years ago, it seemed like a natural decision to revive this long-standing connection by creating a dedicated jewellery website, supplemented by articles and features in our magazine.
It was a major undertaking, but that was only the beginning.
Clearly, it was time once again to devote an entire issue of our flagship magazine to jewellery.
This will be happening in 2024, starting with an issue timed to coincide with Watches and Wonders, which will also be distributed at the GemGenève and Couture shows.
Adhering to Europa Star’s signature style but guided by the expert hand of Isabelle Cerboneschi, the forthcoming issue promises a wealth of insightful and informative content.
Contact us directly for more information: [email protected]
- Publication date: 09.04.2024
- Material submission deadline: 05.03.2024
- Circulation: 10,000 copies
- Distribution at the following shows: Watches and Wonders, GemGenève, Couture
- Selected network circulation by individual email
ABOUT EUROPA STAR
Run by the same family since 1927 and based in Geneva, the Europa Star publishing house has been producing and distributing watch publications around the world for almost a century. Initially aimed at professionals, its magazines have since been extended to collectors and enthusiasts. It now produces magazines in three languages and websites in five, with a particular emphasis on editorial added value and the promotion of watchmaking culture.
ABOUT ISABELLE CERBONESCHI
Art, fashion, watchmaking, jewellery, architecture, perfumes, beauty: this is the beautiful world in which Isabelle Cerboneschi evolves. For 15 years, she was editor-in-chief of the Hors-Séries for the Swiss daily Le Temps, travelling from fashion shows to watch fairs, from artists’ studios to artisans’ workshops, meeting the greatest couturiers and designers (Azzedine Alaïa, Karl Lagerfeld, Nicolas Ghesquière), monumental architects (Frank Gehry, Christian de Portzamparc), photographers and artists who helped define the style of an era (Helmut Newton, Roy Liechtenstein. ..). She has also created her own publication, ALL-I-C.