Jewellery Historian, Editor, Stylist & Jewellery Editor , British Vogue
Carol Woolton is a jewellery historian, author and jewellery director of British Vogue for over twenty years where she remains as Contributing Editor. She’s written widely on jewellery in magazines, newspapers and online supplements around the world and is the author of five books sold in over 50 countries covering the broad spectrum of antique and historic jewels to contemporary styles. More recently, she explored a century of style in Vogue: The Jewellery and Ideas and inspiration for living with crystals in The New Stone Age; her new book Dolce & Gabbana Alta Gioielleria will be published by Rizzoli in 2023. Carol is the founder and host of the podcast If jewels could talk and a founding member of The Leopards charity created to preserve craftsmanship and heritage skills in jewellery as well as nurturing young talent critical to its future.