It’s the hero piece of the newest "Green Jewel" collection, a collaborative offering from the two mines.
The growing company also plans to open more of its own boutiques.
Next year’s milestone show will be full of educational programming and collaborations.
The organization recognized outstanding industry players at its celebratory event.
Worn in the film’s final scene, the piece was expected to sell for nearly $30,000.
“The Blue Lagoon” was expected to sell for as much as $2.7 million at the Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels sale in Geneva.
The piece is estimated to sell for more than $20,000.
AGTA CEO John Ford said it was one of the design competition’s best years ever.
The new store’s aesthetic is inspired by the designer’s theatrical roots.
The October event is introducing new opportunities for networking and education.