The “Alphabet Diamond” collection levels up the initial jewelry trend.
It features tourmalines that have been stashed away for more than a decade.
The second collection from the Rebecca Romijn-designed brand features natural sapphires and lab-grown diamonds.
“Holographique” combines technical innovation with expert design.
Oui by Jean Dousset promises consumers better prices for bigger stones.
Two emeralds are better than one.
Two of the new limited-edition styles benefit the Robin Hood Foundation to help impoverished New Yorkers.
The vibrant-hued jewel is perfect for summer.
Sotheby’s East Hampton gallery just opened a sale of the designer’s work.
Plus, the retailer opens its first location in Pennsylvania.
It’s designed to look like an old-fashioned compact.
“Simply Brilliant: Artist-Jewelers of the 1960s and 1970s” is headed to the Cincinnati Art Museum this fall.
From former jewelry editor Maria Dueñas Jacobs, the kids jewelry line has caught the eye of retailers like Anthropologie.
The designer’s whimsical quarantine fantasy comes to life with a heart motif and plenty of delicious gemstones.
The cult-favorite hoop earrings get a fashionable update.
They’re perfect for welcoming “Springtime in New York.”
It’s the famed emerald miner’s first entirely shoppable website.