The lab-grown diamond brand also collaborated with the website The Future Rocks on a collection launching today.
Amanda’s Style File: Big & Bold
Amanda Gizzi’s Style File is a new weekly feature that will highlight trends in jewelry. The first installment pays homage to the late, great Cindy Edelstein and her passion for beautiful pieces.
In memory of her dedication and enthusiasm for not only emerging jewelry-makers but established designers who rose to the top, National Jeweler will carry her spirit onward and continue to promote brands and pieces that will get consumers excited about buying jewelry with a new feature called Amanda’s Style File.
This inaugural Style File focuses on the big and bold jewelry styles that Cindy loved most. Each of the pieces have iconic elements true to the designer’s brand, as that is an element of jewelry making about which Cindy was most passionate.
Prepare to fall for these designs.
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Chris Cramer, who also spent time at Gen Z intimates brand Parade, will take on the dual role.
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The retail offering lets customers track their diamond’s journey.
The Luele mine is expected to eventually make the country the world’s third-largest diamond producer.
From Thanksgiving through Cyber Monday, 200.4 million consumers shopped online and in stores.
The growing company also plans to open more of its own boutiques.
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Next year’s milestone show will be full of educational programming and collaborations.
The Albany Business Review recently honored the 100-year-old company.
To honor his legacy, GIA has set up a scholarship in his name.
There have been eight attacks in the last month, spanning from a jewelry store parking lot in Rhode Island to highways in California.
The organization recognized outstanding industry players at its celebratory event.