The art-inspired jewelry house unveils a gallerylike concept in the newly renovated Westfield shopping center.
The jewelry chain’s new leader Virginia Drosos has a long history of making acquisitions to aid growth.
The famed jeweler sued Costco for trademark infringement in 2013.
The Buccellati family and private equity Clessidra SGR retain a 15 percent stake in the jewelry firm.
The site, founded by former investment banker and wealth manager Nina Farran, is looking to grow its footprint in sustainable luxury.
The Los Angeles-based e-commerce company is the latest entrant in the direct-to-consumer fine jewelry market.
Virginia Drosos is no doubt qualified to lead Signet, but she’s coming on at a tough time for the retailer.
Current ceo Mark Light is retiring after 35 years with the company.
CVC Stones breaks the less than $1,000 market in its collaboration with the Man Repeller founder.
With multiple piercings now commonplace among Millennial women, fine-jewelry designers are warming to the idea of selling five earrings at a time.
The fine-jewelry fair showcased more one-off pieces that justified the price tags, while others hedged bets with entry-level offerings.