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Bulgari’s unveiling of its “perfect mistake” and New York-based designer Michal Kadar being named a “Rising Star” were among the stories we covered this week.
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is now accepting donations of legally owned ivory products from those who want to “help reduce the overall ivory market.”
Those who can’t attend Doyle New York’s Feb. 24 auction of fine jewelry and watches can bid live online at eBay.com.
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.
The New York-based jewelry designer, who got her start collecting seashells for her sculptor father, works in 18-karat yellow gold with diamonds.
Centurion Design Awards
The winners of the Centurion Design Awards were announced at a gala dinner held during the show, as were the Vendors’ Choice Retailer Awards and the newly added Showcase Awards.
This week included word of a new documentary on Tiffany & Co. and the announcement of Ruth Batson’s retirement after nearly 25 years with AGS.
From calming blues to earthy tones and pops of vibrancy, fall’s predicted palette trends toward gender neutrality.
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