COLOUR-RING IN

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Celebrity make-up artist Lisa Eldridge’s love of colour ex­tends be­yond her cos­met­ics col­lec­tion and into the stacks of cock­tail rings that adorn her fin­gers. After en­ter­tain­ing count­less ques­tions about them from fans and fol­low­ers, she en­listed their maker, Bri­tish jew­eller Wil­liam Wel­stead, to col­lab­o­rate on a jew­ellery line. The re­sult­ing rings fea­ture vi­brant stones set into 18ct-gold or sil­ver bands, each named after one of Eldridge’s friends or muses (the So­phie, mod­elled by writer So­phie Dahl, fea­tures a pink tour­ma­line). The old-cut stones are com­ple­mented by pack­ag­ing in­spired by a 1920s blush. From £450, dover­street­mar­ket.com. Sarah Royce-green­sill

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