Necklaces gave earrings a run for their money at the 2019 Golden Globe Awards. It was one of five top stories National Jeweler published last week.
New York—Need to catch up on last week’s jewelry news? Here are five stories to get you started.

1. These Golden Globes Jewels Shined the Brightest
Lady Gaga’s Tiffany & Co. collar and Saoirse Ronan’s Chopard earrings provided plenty of drama.

2. The Next Generation: Reshma Patel’s Quiet Storm
Her Williamsburg, Brooklyn store, Quiet Storms, has quickly established itself as a purveyor of exciting jewelry design.

3. New Year, New Generation: 5 Things to Know About Gen Z
Generation Z is the group immediately following the millennials, and its oldest members are in their early 20s now.

4.Spinelli Kilcollin Just Released a Print Magazine
The bi-annual publication, called .925, gives the Los Angeles brand’s cult following a peek into the Spinelli Kilcollin universe.

5. Marketing Minute: Every Buyer Feels at Risk
It’s the jewelry salesperson’s job to put them at ease using a little SPIN, Jim Ackerman writes.

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