NEW YORK — After 17 years in the jewelry business, Lisa Jenks is taking a step back to sculpt a new direction.
Jenks, whose jewelry is sold in more than 90 doors, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Mann’s Jewelers in Rochester, N.Y., and Quadrum in Chestnut Hill, Mass., is cutting distribution to about 30 locations and will instead offer more limited, experimental collections to a select few stores.
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