A Silicon Valley startup wants to shake up the way consumers think about diamonds, and it’s got nothing to do with lab-grown stones.
The metaphorical awards show middle child managed a few sparkling jewelry moments.
From jewels that reflect sociopolitical issues to emphasis on certain jewelry-making techniques, Fashion Editor Ashley Davis spotlights where design is heading.
Her Williamsburg, Brooklyn store, Quiet Storms, has quickly established itself as a purveyor of exciting jewelry design.
Lady Gaga’s Tiffany & Co. collar and Saoirse Ronan’s Chopard earrings provided plenty of drama.
Impeccable design elevated humble materials to fine jewelry status in one collection that stood above the rest this year.
Here are three things you’re doing wrong.
These three key looks are gaining popularity among both designers and consumers.
Princess Eugenie’s emerald tiara, borrowed from (who else?) the Queen, was the statement piece we’ve been craving.
Proceeds from sales of the KatKim locket go toward one woman’s cancer treatment.
The young online dealer explains how she’s modernizing antique jewelry shopping in the second installment in a series profiling up-and-coming voices in the industry.
The most storied jewelry maisons, and a few powerhouse contemporary brands, showed their most exquisite creations during Paris Haute Couture week.
For years, mix-and-match studs have stolen the show. Now, contemporary designers are focusing on bolder earring styles, writes Associate Editor Ashley Davis.
There will be many new faces worth a visit at this year’s edition of the jewelry trade show.
Worn as much for personal protection as for fashion, jewelry designers talk about the meaning behind their contemporary versions of an ancient style.
Pieces from independent designers Marla Aaron and Nikos Koulis mixed alongside red carpet standards like Tiffany, Bulgari and Lorraine Schwartz.
One of the leading figures of his generation in the gemstone sector, Bindra shares his thoughts on where the industry is headed. 
Associate Editor Ashley Davis speaks with Danielle Miele about her decade of digital evolution and where she’s headed next.
Elisa Lovelie is organizing in-person events for the Instagram crowd.
Queen Elizabeth II made a surprise appearance at London Fashion Week.
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