A24 just released the trailer for “Uncut Gems,” a New York Diamond District-set movie starring Adam Sandler that’s set for a Dec. 13 release. (Photo courtesy of TIFF)
New York—Too busy diving into fall and preparing for the coming holiday season to stay current last week?

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered; here are five jewelry news stories you don’t want to miss.

1. Watch: Adam Sandler Plays a Troubled Jeweler in ‘Uncut Gems’
Production company A24 recently dropped the trailer for the film, which follows a fictional Diamond District jewelry store owner who’s in over his head.

2. These Were the Best Emmy 2019 Jewelry Looks
Statement necklaces, a major Cartier cuff and hair jewels made for a bling-filled purple carpet at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards, held last Sunday.

3. Current Jewelry Trends: Holiday 2019 Edition
We kicked off our holiday season coverage with a jewelry trends preview. Beyond the fine jewelry basics, enamel, collarbone dusters and heart motifs are sure bets for jewelers this season.

4. TAG Heuer Names New President for North America
Benjamin Beaufils joined the watch company from another LVMH-owned brand.

5. Customs Agents in Kentucky Seize $90M in Counterfeit Jewelry
Included in the bust were 3,200 fake Cartier bracelets law enforcement officials traced to a North Carolina church pastor.

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