An alum of New York jewelry designer Kara Ross, Winston is looking to bring her brand of whimsy to fine jewelry.
A growing number of young, affluent consumers buy, resell and then trade up.
WWD ventured to Providence and surveyed the onetime “jewelry capital of the world” as it undergoes a revival — with brands including Tiffany and Shinola now manufacturing there.
The auction house’s first “Fine Jewels” event on June 1 will feature designs by Geneva-based Michele della Valle.
The 64 brands listed sets the baseline for future studies.
The retailer has posted 50 percent sales increases for the last three years — mainly attributed to Millennials.
The 300-plus piece exhibition puts some of the best of Chaumet and French history on display in a fast-developing market.
Plukka has formed a partnership with the jewelry manufacturer Treliss to control its supply chain.
The luxury conglomerate again has to fight against claims that Hublot began using “red gold” to describe products only after a Los Angeles jeweler trademarked the term.