Garrard is 274 years old, but the British jeweler isn’t resting on its laurels, launching a high-profile location in Saks Fifth Avenue’s Manhattan flagship and its first collaborative designer collection.
Known for outfitting the royal family with classically decadent gemstone jewelry and as holder of the Royal Warrant of Appointment for the Prince of Wales, Garrard opened its first in-store shop Friday, and it is introducing the Georgina Chapman for Garrard collection. Chapman, creative director and co-founder of Marchesa, worked alongside Garrard creative director Stephen Webster to create the line.
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