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Tiffany & Co. is set to debut its first advertisement featuring a gay couple this spring, part of the venerable 178-year-old retailer’s take on modern love.  
A new high-end jewelry line has joined the stretch of tony brands located along Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.  
Pandora announced Monday that it is aiming to acquire as many as 78 store leases in Germany and convert them all into company-owned and -operated concept stores.  
Jared the Galleria of Jewelry is getting into the holiday spirit with the return of its 12-day jewelry giveaway on Facebook, playing off the well-known holiday tune with a descending amount of winners each day.  
The Omaha retailer said it still believes in the “goodness of people” even after it came to light that a woman the jeweler rushed to help might have been dishonest.  
 Mike Barnes has been named as chairman, president and CEO of Dallas-based specialty retail chain Francesca’s, effective immediately.
In a move that shows the increasing importance and relevancy of wearable tech in the industry, Movado Group has hired Jo An Lawson, a former Apple employee, as its general manager of wearable devices.
Designed to tap into the Chinese market’s growing demand for gem-set jewelry, Hearts on Fire will open its first store on mainland China when it debuts its Shanghai location this month.
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