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12 Instagram Accounts To Follow For Fine-Jewelry And Watch Inspiration

From leading editors and style muses to all-round jewelry fanatics, these are the Instagram accounts that will feed your fine-jewelry fetish, says CHARLIE BOYD


Ashley Davis

You can always expect some serious summer-jewelry-styling inspo from writer and editor Ashley Davis, who splits her time between New York and Miami. High-octane stacking paired with epic nail art makes for a cool and contemporary take on fine jewels, with a focus on fun, playful pieces. @ashleylikesgems

Brynn Wallner

Dimepiece, founded by ex-Sotheby’s content editor Brynn Wallner, is for digital-native women who love watches, delivering interviews and features that are fresh, sassy and full of pop culture. Wallner deep-dives into great watch moments that most of us didn’t even know existed – from decoding Ben Affleck’s recent resurfacing of a watch given to him by J.Lo in the early 2000s to Elle Macpherson rocking a Rolex in the ’90s while swimming with dolphins. Need we say more?

Sarah Royce-Greensill

The Telegraph’s fine jewelry and watches editor Sarah Royce-Greensill is in prime position to announce the latest collections, collaborations and launches. Fans follow for her up-close shots of megawatt gemstones and time-telling jewels – and each post has a hero piece with magnetic appeal. You will want everything she wears. @srgjewel

Geraldine Hu

If you’re a maximalist at heart, then the kaleidoscopic necklace layering of Geraldine Hu – a jewelry collector based in Singapore – is going to have you hooked. Her #neckmess styling features a mix of contemporary and trending designers (hello, Brent Neale, Marie Lichtenberg and Lito), intertwined with plenty of beads and bold talismans. @girl.with.a.diamond.earring


Misha Daud

Misha Daud has the kind of enviable collection of fine watches and jewelry that most of us can only dream of. A keen collector, Daud knows her stuff and regularly advises her followers on which timepieces make astute purchases, while also flaunting her natural flair for fine-jewelry styling. Expect stacks of scintillation and the occasional glimpse into her glamorous world. If you’re seeking inspirational arm-party pieces, look no further. @watch_fashionista

Liza Urla

Liza Urla founded her digital platform in 2009, and is a trained gemologist, making her an authority on fine jewels in the digital landscape. Seek her out for rare access to exclusive maisons and boutiques, with deep-dive shoots of high jewelry and rare treasures. Urla’s Brazilian heritage shines through in almost every post – so you can always expect kaleidoscopic color. @gemologue


Annabel Davidson

Jewelry journalist Annabel Davidson is a true fine-jewelry aficionado, so what she doesn’t know about gemstones probably isn’t worth knowing. As editor of Vanity Fair On Jewellery and a regular contributor to British Vogue and The Telegraph Luxury, Davidson’s Instagram gives a glimpse into the upper echelons of fine jewelry’s inner circles. Expect to see her in Breton stripes or denim, but bedecked in a hefty dose of breathtaking jewels. @annabel_davidson_yeah

Tanya Dukes

With each picture-perfect post, you could mistake Tanya Dukes for a fine-jewelry photographer, but it’s her expert eye and talent for curation that makes her Instagram feed feel so addictive. Forget wallflower jewels – Dukes showcases showstopping gems and fantastical feats from myriad maisons on the New York scene. @tanyadukes


Reve Dagher Karaan

Jewelry influencer Reve Dagher Karaan splits her time between Beirut and Dubai but is always accompanied by a lavish selection of timepieces. Thought you couldn’t wear a watch with a full-on ball gown? Karaan will show you how – in shocking pink ruffles, no less. Expect some seriously enviable ready-to-wear styling, too – this is an all-round visual feast for magpies and fashionistas alike, with some charming down-to-earth moments from her life as a mom. @istealwatches

Donna Wallace

Donna Wallace, fashion and accessories editor at British Vogue, is the queen of accessory accenting – she uses well-placed flourishes of fine jewelry to enhance her sports luxe-inspired styling on covers and shoots. Sleek, subtle and sculptural jewels are her strong suit; if you’re a capsule-wardrobe type, you will love her pared-back styling. @itsdwallace


Jessica Diamond

With the perfect name for the job, Jessica Diamond is jewelry and watch director at The Times Luxx magazine, The Sunday Times Style magazine and Condé Nast Traveller. She has a keen eye for jewelry trends and an astute talent for spotting the next big thing. Enjoy fashion-forward cover shoots featuring whopping sparklers and out-and-about gem-spotting at exclusive events with major maisons. @thediamondedit

Rachel Garrahan

Jewelry and watch director at British Vogue, Rachel Garrahan travels the globe to dig out the fine-jewelry industry’s most inspiring stories – styling the most sensational fine-jewelry shoots and always championing lesser-known designers. Follow her for insider access like no one else. @rgarrahan




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