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Bold diamond necklaces were a standout jewelry trend at Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards, marking a resurgence after a few years of colorful statement earrings and ornate cocktail rings taking the spotlight.
Signet Jewelers kicked off the year reporting a 5 percent increase in same-store holiday sales, driven by solid sales of diamond jewelry, particularly its two-stone “Ever Us” line.
We’ve been catching waves lately, as designers play with wavy lines of metal that sometimes capture diamonds and colored gemstones in their wake.
Mixed metals trend
Uniquely cut or shaped stones, black and white combinations, and mixed metals are among the trends expected to be prevalent in the new year.
The year began with news in the wearable tech sector, and didn’t quit.
There’s a lot of twinkle on New Year’s Eve and we all know that fine jewelry can outshine the brightest stars and flashiest fireworks.
It was a happy accident. Trying to figure out what to do with a parcel of gemstones led Caitlin Mociun to create her signature, one-of-a-kind gemstone cluster pieces.
When it comes to working in alternative metals, many designers opt for an already-existing material but Michael Hezar of Michael John Jewelry created his own: a gold, ceramic and rhodium mixture he put to use in his Déjà Vu collection.
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