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The Venyx for CVC Stones collection is available in CVC Stones’ traditional black rock with diamonds or the new white stone style with diamond or colored stone accents, per Venyx’s influence.
The jewelry brand famous for bejeweling pebbles with diamonds has launched a limited-edition collection with Venyx.
Andrea Fohrman presented her new enamel collection to press and buyers at Couture. “After over 10 years, Couture is so familiar and seamless at this point,” Fohrman said. “There is always anticipation (about) getting everything done for show time, but once I am there, I can really relax and feel confident about what I am showing.”
The Couture veteran and colored gemstone hound is utilizing enamel as a new medium to explore color.
The fine jewelry house and footwear company are producing their second collection of bejeweled sandals to be sold on Net-a-Porter.
Reem Mobassaleh, the designer of R.Y.M. Jewelry, focuses on making fine jewelry functional and versatile.
Reem Mobassaleh, the woman behind the new line, is making fine jewelry functional and wearable without sacrificing design.
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The Italian designer looked to East Africa for his latest fine jewelry collection.
“It’s all about the wrist this season,” the jewelry designer said.
The longtime jewelry designer returned to the show after a several-year hiatus, showing new styles from his namesake line.
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