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The Louis Vuitton and former Tiffany & Co. jewelry designer has launched her own line, Thief and Heist.
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It’s an alternative to the April diamond birthstone.
The Japanese private collector who purchased it at Sotheby’s jewelry auction Tuesday named it the “Manami Star” after his eldest daughter.
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