Suffice to say that readers of The Wall Street Journal have a pretty good understanding of a market report. Grasping the contours of any particular sector of the economy is after all essential for activity in it. The same is also true over at the editorial arm of the newspaper better known as WSJ. Magazine. Since Kristina O’Neill took the helm as editor-in-chief in late 2012, WSJ. has taken seriously its mantle as the lifestyle campion to the power and passions of its parent publication’s global readership. To that end, market reports are a monthly port of call for WSJ. and the latest look at the jewelry market starring Aube Jolicoeur is a reminder that analysis of markets needn’t be a staid affair. Far from it! “The Sweetest Thing,” as this feature by photographer Camila Falquez and stylist Stella Greenspan is called, delights in colors and the sweet, sweet jewelry that are served by a wide ranging palette. Nowhere does this market report get bogged down in the minutiae of the ins and outs of plating in gold, platinum, silver, or titanium in Q1 2020. In fact, this report is sweet down to the lolly Aube holds like some sort of talisman.

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Credits include: Publication, WSJ. Magazine December 2018 / January 2019; Title, “The Sweetest Thing”; Photography, Camila Falquez; Styling, Stella Greenspan; Hair, Diego Da Silva; Makeup, Yumi Lee; Set design, Mila Taylor-Young.

Aube Jolicoeur | WSJ. Magazine December 2018 / January 2019 (Photography: Camila Falquez)

Aube Jolicoeur | WSJ. Magazine December 2018 / January 2019 (Photography: Camila Falquez)