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5 Jewelry News Stories You Might Have Missed
A bankruptcy filing, a big acquisition in the mall world, saying goodbye to a beloved antique jewelry dealer, and more.
New York—Busy with Valentine’s Day customers and orders last week?
Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered; here are five jewelry news stories you might have missed.
1. See the Best 2020 Oscars Jewels
Hair jewels and killer necklaces stole the show at the 92nd annual Academy Awards.
2. Mall Owner Simon Property to Buy Rival For $3.6B
The company’s plan to acquire Taubman Centers comes just after the announcement that it would take part in a deal to buy Forever 21.
3. De Grisogono USA Files for Bankruptcy in New York
Less than a month after the luxury brand filed in Switzerland, its U.S. division is seeking relief under Chapter 7.
4. Beloved Antique Jewelry Dealer Lenore Dailey Dies
She passed away last week at her home in Palm Springs, California surrounded by family and friends.
5. Diamonds Do Good Is Accepting Submissions for Its Awards Gala
The event will honor jewelry businesses that give back to their communities.
The longtime industry veteran had a breakthrough case of COVID-19.
The company donates 10 meals to the nonprofit for every piece of jewelry it sells.
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Starting in January, the Black in Jewelry Coalition will host webinars on addressing racial injustice and encountering racism in retail.
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Parlé will match donations up to $15,000 in an effort to build houses for teachers at a Tanzanian primary school.