Lil Milan is the latest female-led jewelry brand banking on women’s increasing self-gifting trend and attracting Millennial customers.
She will pick up the award at a presentation on Tuesday during London Fashion Week.
The jeweler names Zendaya as one of its new ambassadors and ceo Jean-Christophe Babin lays out strategies that LVMH could use to grow Tiffany & Co.
The donation will allow the research department of Spallanzani, one of the first medical teams to isolate the deadly disease, to purchase a microscopic image acquisition system.
The company, founded by Laura Lambert, is banking on a direct-to-consumer, digital-first model to offer more personalized services, competitive price points and ethical sourcing.
Vuitton showed its famed Soweto diamond, Dior offered gradient, rainbow-colored pieces and Boucheron focused on the question mark necklace.
The newly minted culinary hotspot drew a cross section of the jewelry community, who mingled with celebs Martha Stewart and Debra Messing as well as several well-known New York faces.
The Vicenza-based trade show registered a double-digit growth of visitors from the United States and Japan.
The Musée des Arts Décoratifs added her 2008 butterfly to its permanent collection.
The company seeks to develop colored, lab-grown diamonds as a “creative category in its own right.”
Introduced with a direct-to-consumer strategy, the brand is making its debut at Moda Operandi this week.