It’s a new addition to the designer’s charm collection.
Week in Photos--February 1, 2016
Tacori’s venture into e-commerce and jewelry looks from the SAG Awards were among the stories making headlines this week.
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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All proceeds of “Juneteenth Medallion” sales, as well as raffle tickets, benefit organizations that support BIPOC.
Two rough stones, three polished gems, and two jewels are in the museum’s redesigned gem and mineral halls.
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There will also be a virtual component for those not in attendance.