Enamel, convertible pieces and color were as much the talk of the show as were the continuing shifts in how business is done.
The luxury industry has never seen so much change, but brands — large and small — are making the adjustment, reinventing where need be.
E-tailers are launching dedicated fine jewelry hubs and competing for exclusive product and big-name brands.
Fine-jewelry designers speak on how transparency in sustainable practice factors into their design process and how they include the consumer in the sustainability conversation.
The retailer has moved jewelry to the second floor of its flagship.
Seven pieces were unveiled at a lunch on Thursday, with the full collection to launch during Paris Couture Week in July.
Haute Victoire and Ceremony are bypassing wholesale to keep their fine jewelry attainable.
The pilot program, called GemFair, is aimed at small-scale miners in Sierra Leone.
Paper Flowers encompasses both fine and high jewelry designs.
The luxury brand is showcasing work from the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain’s collection, as well as additional work from rising Chinese artists, at the Power Station of Art in Shanghai.
Designer Alison Chemla tapped Emily Ratajkowski to model in the new affordable brand’s look book.