Another “Designer to Watch” and Kim Kardashian’s auction purchase were among our most-read stories.
It’s from a new collection of charms designed to go in the brand’s signature lockets.
Designer Sarah Narici has created the most compelling jewelry personalization in recent years, writes Senior Editor Ashley Davis.
From the best Golden Globes jewelry to an executive reshuffling at Signet Jewelers, these were the top 10 most popular stories of the week.
The colorful jewel is a perfect Valentine’s Day gift.
The “Rémanimals” brooches are a lighthearted spin on classic portrait miniatures.
A cybercrime lawsuit and digital marketing predictions for the year ahead were among the most-read stories for the week of Jan. 1-7.
The January birthstone is the “unsung hero of gemstones,” says Amanda Gizzi.
The genderless style makes a case for mixed metals.
The colorful brand with a sweet sensibility is resonating with retailers, writes Senior Editor Ashley Davis.
Amanda Gizzi says hello to 2023 with a dozen jewels—one for each month of the year—sure to bring some shine to the days ahead.
Best friends Bea Bongiasca and Ananya Malhotra combined their design signatures for one limited-edition jewel.
Nearly 10 years into the business, the designer’s eponymous collection is more popular than ever.
This 10.67-carat diamond, graded a natural fancy gray by two major labs, was part of Sotheby’s “Magnificent Jewels” sale last week.
Mainstays like Damiani and Roberto Coin will exhibit alongside newcomers like PDPaola and Salima Thakker.
Finalist designs featured gemstones from Columbia Gem House and were auctioned off for charity.
The designer debuted a capsule collection with fashion brand Alejandra Alonso Rojas.
They will be available exclusively at the retailer through Valentine’s Day 2023.
The retailer is now selling the 13 diamond jewelry capsule collections created by BIPOC designers on its website.
Scholarship winners received awards in six different categories.
A closer look at the bold links reveals a subtle, surprising detail.
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The new brand, Metal Alchemist, focuses on unisex, classic jewelry designs.
The 2022 edition of the retailer’s annual publication pays homage to the coffee farms and shops of Puerto Rico.
It’s located on famed shopping street Worth Avenue.