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The U.S. Court of the Appeals for the Second Circuit decided this week that it will not review the decision that revived the EEOC’s nationwide gender bias suit against Sterling Jewelers.
Jared the Galleria of Jewelry parent company Signet Jewelers said it will put Pandora shop-in-shops in more than 200 of its Jared stores beginning in 2016.
The 14-store chain recently debuted the “Eternal Love & Friendship” collection, which has six different 1-carat rings featuring two large center diamonds and pave diamond bands.
Tourneau’s flagship store in New York City and its website now are carrying diamond jewelry from Forevermark, with the retailer’s Boston store slated to pick up the line in 2016.
The retailer is slated to hold an event next month in New York showcasing fashion designers’ creations for the Star Wars-inspired “Force 4 Fashion” initiative.
The company’s new “director of entertainment,” Mike Tschida, will advise Richemont’s brands on how to get their products on TV, in the movies and on the red carpet.
Tiger Capital Group is selling diamond engagement rings, wedding bands and watches that once lined the showcases of three now out-of-business Romano’s Jewelers stores.
Third quarter sales disappointed for Macy’s and Nordstrom, both of which continue to emphasize their outlet channel over full-price stores.
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