Readers are taking a “strong interest” in lab-grown jewelry, said Brides’ editorial director.
The engravable piece is a perfect family heirloom.
The limited-run collection features figures from Haring’s iconic street art on charms, bracelets, rings, and more.
See how it looked when our editor tried on virtual jewelry via the DressX app.
It’s the sixth pendant in a series that donates 100 percent of proceeds to philanthropic organizations.
The interactive pop-in showcases the unique mechanics of its new bangle.
The one-of-a-kind piece is a perfect conversation starter.
The company is no longer selling its jewelry at Zales, which first partnered with Williams last August.
“Aerial” is edgy and glamorous, inspired by nature’s wild forms.
It is the first tennis bracelet collab for the legend, whose lost-and-found moment put the term “tennis bracelet” in the jewelry lexicon.
The announcement preceded the Danish company’s release of its second-quarter results.
The unisex style succeeds in several ways while saying a lot about what’s trending in jewelry, writes Senior Editor, Fashion, Ashley Davis.
The British-based Swiss designer’s “Pottering Around” collection is for sale at Sotheby’s East Hampton starting this week.
Dorian Webb, one of the designers in the Emerging Designers Diamond Initiative, will be the first to work with Gemist.
It features fives sets of jewelry.
A lab-grown ruby makes the perfect nostalgic treat.
Inspired by a bride, the capsule is exclusive to Net-a-Porter.
It’s perfect for a time when interest in space is sky-high thanks to the first pictures from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope.