An encyclopedic assortment including headdresses, ear ornaments, brooches, belts, necklaces and rings spanning from 2,600 B.C.E. until the present day will be featured.
Honorees spoke to the growing self-purchasing trend among jewelry consumers.
The experiential retail concept has consumers lining up to have thin gold bracelets welded around their wrists.
The service allots three to five pieces with a week to try them on, with customers keeping what they like and retuning what they do not.
The new line comes as the house gears up for international expansion with backing from its new owner, Fortune Fountain Capital.
The capsule, including silver pieces enriched with pink sapphires, is currently available at Fouilloux’s digital platform Madem Paris.
The JDIW aims to boost the jeweler’s manufacturing innovations while also improving production efficiency.
IEG will show with Emerald Exposition’s Premier show, launching in 2019.
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 jewelry brand’s ceo Alessandro Bogliolo is pleased with its recent performance but not satisfied.
The diamond firm will offer financial, marketing and volunteer support to the organization.