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The Week In Photos

  • October 4 to 10, 2015 This week, De Beers introduced “It’s a Long Journey to Become the One,” the new Forevermark advertising campaign that brings back “A Diamond is Forever” and includes TV, print and digital components.

    Also for the upcoming holiday season, Hearts on Fire said it is providing jewelers with more than 25 commercials to choose from and David Yurman unveiled plans to launch its first color advertising campaign.

    Also this week, Jewelers of America revealed that WatchTime Editor-in-Chief Joe Thompson is the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the upcoming Gem Awards.

    See all the news that was, in photos.

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  • Cindy’s TrendTracker: Doing good What could be better than getting some bling? How about jewels that offer a dose of feel-good, allowing the wearer to help others while also getting her dazzle on? Charity jewels are a great way to help deserving organizations and get a little something for oneself. And many of these jewels also create awareness for their charities as well.

    Here are 16 jewels that all support specific causes and help grow awareness and support. Get on board with those that have a personal connection and help raise money and spirits with beautiful bling.

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  • Cindy’s TrendTracker: Chandeliers Now that we’re focusing on bigger earrings again this season--spring fashion shows and this season’s award shows played up this trend--how can “chandelierings” be far behind?

    These dramatic accessories focus on the swing of multiple parts and dangles. If they make you think of the crystal chandeliers of Versailles, then you’re wearing a pair of chandelier earrings: big, dramatic, swinging and always the highlight to any look.

    Here are 15 styles that range from the sublime to the outrageous, and all will surely dazzle customers who are ready for some insta-glam.

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  • Gemstone Spotlight: Eden Presley Gwen Myers says that she started her line, Eden Presley, one piece at a time.

    Named after her two daughters, Eden and Presley, she first made a bracelet with her daughter’s name on it. Once she saw that all her friends wanted a similar piece, Myers decided to create her own line. 

    Using bright, fresh hues in her pieces, Myers says the colors she grew up with in Florida inspire her. Her bold designs combine classic, traditional motifs with modern and unusual elements, creating pieces that can be “worn in any situation,” from the everyday to black-tie events. 

    Each of her one-of-a-kind pieces is individually hand-set in 14-karat gold or sterling silver.

    All prices listed are retail.

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