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Clothing-turned-jewelry designer Michal Kadar, who’ll make her trade show debut this summer, is opening an atelier for her fledgling jewelry brand.
This week’s Style File features 11 pieces of jewelry worn down the runway at last week’s Jewelers of America Fashion Show held at AGS Conclave.
They’ve published three new versions of the custom design software, Bridal, Plus and Studio.
The New York City-based jewelry designer, who will be exhibiting as a Rising Star at JCK Las Vegas this year, gives her pieces structure and balance through delicate and unexpected touches.
In her latest diary entry, Jacqueline Stone examines the thorny issue of consignment from all sides.
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.
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