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Customer orders in the United States were up more than 50 percent compared with last year’s event.
Customer orders in the United States were up more than 50 percent compared with last year’s event.
The e-tailer slowly is getting rid of “list” prices, which indicate the original price and the discount a shopper gets, to displaying only the cost to buy.
The online jewelry retailer has opened its latest “webroom” in Fairfax County, giving it a physical presence in the commonwealth and necessitating it collect sales tax there.
The jewelry brand’s fall/winter 2016 brand ambassador gets, and gives, a lesson in pronunciation.
The online jeweler has opened another New York location for customers to try on merchandise before ordering through the website, and announced a search for a new chief digital merchandising offer.
The iconic New York jeweler will loosen the reins on its tightly controlled distribution network later this month when it starts selling select pieces from the “Tiffany T” collection on the e-commerce site.
In its latest research about which jewelry was searched for most on Google, Karus Chains found that the bracelet was the most popular designer jewelry piece with an average 353,840 monthly searches.
A consumer in California is suing HauteLook, claiming it is misleading consumers regarding the quality and value of the “authentic” vintage Rolex watches it sometimes sells.
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