Sarah Kuijlaars is leaving the company and will be replaced internally by Head of Planning and Business Development Richard Lawson.
Amanda’s Style File: Have a Heart
Heart jewelry has transformed beyond a symbol of romantic love, and these 20 jewels prove it.
Not too long ago, heart-shaped stones and heart jewelry was a style faux pas.
That’s no longer the case, and heart jewelry has transformed beyond a symbol of romantic love.
While this trend is relevant around Galentine’s Day and Valentine’s Day, it is a style that will be loved and worn year-round.
The 20 pieces of jewelry selected below showcase the style range of hearts—they can be edgy, they can be cool, they can be sweet, and they can be stunning. They can also be the perfect symbol to define not just love but the wearer’s individual style.
Whether you are celebrating self-love, friendship or lifelong love, this style is sure to make the heart beat.
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The plea comes against a backdrop of declining demand and falling prices.
Shoppers also expressed concern about rising prices, higher interest rates, and political uncertainty.
The former teacher, described as “a pioneer for women-owned businesses,” opened her own jewelry store in 1980.
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