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The latest JBT statistics on store closings, a 5-carat blue lab-grown diamond and Raymond Weil’s new streaming service--read all about it, and more, in our weekly photo rewind.
Bulgari’s unveiling of its “perfect mistake” and New York-based designer Michal Kadar being named a “Rising Star” were among the stories we covered this week.
This week included word of a new documentary on Tiffany & Co. and the announcement of Ruth Batson’s retirement after nearly 25 years with AGS.
Tacori’s venture into e-commerce and jewelry looks from the SAG Awards were among the stories making headlines this week.
Many celebrities piled on the diamonds, donning cluster earrings, bangles and rings, while others experimented with little pops of gemstone color.
A somber mood settled over the jewelry industry this week with news of the passing of Cindy Edelstein, a consultant, entrepreneur, author, editor and friend who died suddenly Sunday at the age of 51.
It was a tough holiday season for Tiffany & Co., which saw same-store sales slide 5 percent globally and 8 percent in the Americas.
While Pantone (usually) chooses one hue of the year, there will always be those that prefer all of the colors.
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