“Homer” is a meditation on permanence and the idea of leaving a legacy.
Senior Editor Ashley Davis points out that J. Lo isn’t the first object of Affleck’s affections to wear Foundrae.
“Sculpture to Wear” opens at Sotheby’s East Hampton this week.
It features tourmalines that have been stashed away for more than a decade.
The second collection from the Rebecca Romijn-designed brand features natural sapphires and lab-grown diamonds.
“Holographique” combines technical innovation with expert design.
“Smiling Brides” offers six diamond shapes and six classic settings.
Oui by Jean Dousset promises consumers better prices for bigger stones.
Two emeralds are better than one.
Two of the new limited-edition styles benefit the Robin Hood Foundation to help impoverished New Yorkers.
The Museum of Arts and Design is hosting digital talks with jewelry designers and style arbiters.
The nonprofit has extended its deadline for its “Project Bracelet” competition.
It’s the result of a partnership with Watchfinder.
The vibrant-hued jewel is perfect for summer.
She’s traded Melrose Place for Brentwood.
It gives insight into the importance of retailer websites and fine jewelry quality.
British Vogue editor and jewelry historian Carol Woolton views pop culture through a jewelry lens.
Sotheby’s East Hampton gallery just opened a sale of the designer’s work.
EF Collection’s Emily Strauss is navigating her grief over the loss of her infant son through philanthropy.