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In her latest diary entry, designer Jacqueline Stone ponders the potential ROI on getting Kate Winslet to glide down in the red carpet in a piece of her jewelry.
Though big, bold jewelry looks were few and far between on the Grammys red carpet, rings proved to be a constant when it comes to award show accessorizing.
From calming blues to earthy tones and pops of vibrancy, fall’s predicted palette trends toward gender neutrality.
The Brooklyn-based designer said colorful pieces are on the way in her newest collection, called “Prism.”
Branding plays an important part in consumer purchasing habits, and retailers today can’t afford to miss out by not carrying branded lines, retailer Jim Alperin writes.
From “everyday” diamond jewelry to stackable rings and bangles, essential pieces make great, price-point friendly choices for consumers shopping for the day of love.
National Jeweler columnist Lilian Raji outlines the three steps up-and-coming designers need to take in order to get editorial placement in major consumer publications.
National Jeweler is introducing One to Watch, its new monthly feature on emerging designers and brands, with a Q&A highlighting Philadelphia-based Bario Neal.
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