I've always loved Kym Ellery's jewellery collection, and these shots are just driving it home. Handfuls of fine gold rings, simple flaxen circles notched up on the finger, a lick of my favourite polish du jour, and a simple cord band across one wrist. It's no-nonsense and yet it's also totally feminine. It reminds me of something Caroline from BRVTVS said to me when I interviewed her in New York. She remarked that her love of fine jewellery probably stemmed from the desire to create a contrast to her masculine personal style. I've always thought the same. Dainty, delicate, slip-of-a-thing rings and bracelets and necklaces and all that work best when paired with slouchy, oversized silhouettes, masculine shapes and sturdy boots. It's almost a shock to see hands full of such tiny little rings do any work at all. Shouldn't they be the hands of ladies who lunch? Shouldn't they be grasping a china tea cup or a cucumber sandwich or something? No. As my forays into the world of delicate jewellery have proved, you should wear your fine pieces everyday. Only then do they become part of your routine and only then do they take on the kind of utilitarian simplicity that all the best jewellery has.