Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff recaps a jewelry event where a designer’s process was presented as a four-course meal.
Though accounts of alleged harassment and discrimination at Sterling Jewelers detailed in a recent New York Times story aren’t new, Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff is still listening.
One year after a fire ripped through the Mallers Building, Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff catches up with Jewelers Mutual to talk takeaways from the three-alarm blaze.
Our Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff offers a refresher following the Federal Trade Commission’s distribution of eight warning letters regarding advertisements for lab-grown diamond jewelry or diamond simulants.
It will be a watershed year for man-made diamonds, Editor-in-Chief Michelle Graff writes.
The company is implementing a policy shift that will allow sightholders to refer to its rough stones as “DTC diamonds.”
Generation Z is the group immediately following the millennials, and its oldest members are in their early 20s now.
Some of them are from National Jeweler, and some of them are not.
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