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  • January 31 to February 6, 2016 Tacori entered the e-commerce space this week, making its men’s and women’s fashion jewelry available for purchase on its website while keeping its bridal lines exclusive to retail partners.

    LVMH released favorable financial results for 2015 though the company’s CEO noted ongoing economic “uncertainty,” while out in Arizona, Le Vian announced that it will be launching a line of jewelry watches for women.

    Also, National Jeweler celebrated the first week of February with a selection of amethyst jewels, a curated list of new releases for the month and a 20-slide gallery of the best diamond looks from the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

    Check out the week that was, in photos.

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  • Diamond Looks Take Over the SAG Awards The 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, held Saturday in Los Angeles, gave celebrities yet another opportunity to glam it up on the red carpet, with many of them taking the diamond route.

    Many in attendance piled on the diamond jewelry, from Giuliana Rancic to Laura Prepon and SAG Award-winner Brie Larson. Others went a little bolder with their look and played around with color, like Diane Lane, Amy Poehler and Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka. 

    When it came to men, timepieces were the go-to jewelry choice.

    From the dazzling to the demure, click through this gallery to see 20 jewelry looks from the SAG Awards. 

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  • Cindy’s TrendTracker: Multicolored Gems While Pantone (usually) chooses one hue of the year, there will always be those that prefer all of the colors.

    “The more the merrier” is a happy concept for many designers who love to showcase the best of Mother Nature’s beauty, as it harks back to the ‘40s multi-gem look that made old Hollywood so glamorous.

    Here are a baker’s dozen of varieties to delight customers.

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  • Cindy’s TrendTracker: Statement Rings As we move into the darker, and perhaps drearier, part of the year everybody could use a little pick-me-up. Designers seem to think the best way to feel perkier is to rock a major statement ring large enough to be seen from across the room.

    Whether the ring is major bling in karat gold or a more accessible style in sterling silver, the wearer wants it to speak loudly and make a big impression.

    Here are 15 choices to make a statement.
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