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Today’s collar and choker-style necklaces, less formal and more fashion-forward than those that preceded them, are great for bringing in younger, fashionable customers.
In a continuation of last month’s column, Lilian Raji gives a jewelry designer with new collections two hard-and-fast rules for connecting with editors.
The model and Gone Girl actress has been tapped as the face of the brand in its latest shots for spring, featuring Ratajkowski donning its latest designs and not much else.
The always prolific Italian designer rolled out his usual slew of new collections at Baselworld, some with a ‘70s theme inspired by his time working in the hotel business in the Channel Islands.
On Tuesday, the Aaron Faber Gallery will open “Phenomenal Jewelry” featuring commissioned pieces from 21 jewelry designers highlighting exceptional colored stones.
This top earring trend for 2016, which can be gem-heavy or simple with diamonds and metal, offers a great day-to-night look. Here are 12 styles to stock up on right now.
Priyanka Kedia
It was her great-grandfather’s “labor of love” that inspired Priyanka Kedia’s Heritage collection, which she’ll be showcasing alongside new pieces as a Rising Star at JCK Las Vegas.
Amanda Gizzi’s Style File is a new weekly feature that will highlight trends in jewelry. The first installment pays homage to the late, great Cindy Edelstein and her passion for beautiful pieces.
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