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After gaining industry experience through her work at a major department store, the renowned Fred Joaillier of Paris, and David Webb, Katy Briscoe established her own full-service jewelry company in 1994.
Taking on an apprenticeship with tiara makers and jewelers when he was 15, the training designer Ray Griffiths received in his youth has translated into the “crownwork” style he incorporates into his jewelry today.
Members of the jewelry industry cleaning the streets, a fashion illustrator painting Jaeger LeCoultre’s new collection the way she sees it and a trunk show in Florida were among the visual highlights of the week.
In just a couple of weeks, the industry will converge on Las Vegas to view the latest trends and refresh their merchandise.
The Kentucky Derby, the annual gala at the Met, a fundraiser in Los Angeles and a WJA Chat & Chill event made for a busy week.
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