Generation Z is the group immediately following the millennials, and its oldest members are in their early 20s now.
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National Jeweler’s editors have spent the past couple weeks visiting pop-ups and secret-shopping online. Now, we’re checking out a new brick-and-mortar concept store.
It is a challenge being issued by designer Toby Pomeroy that would help to improve the lives of artisanal gold miners worldwide.
Vision, flexibility and a call for gender diversity were among the points that made it into Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff’s notebook.
Signet CEO Gina Drosos recently indicated the retailer would be open to carrying fashion jewelry set with man-made stones. Will Lightbox be the line for them?
Cushion-cut diamonds, for one, Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff reports after digesting the latest data from GemFind.
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