Here’s what’s “in” and what’s “out” for the jewelry business.
Chandeliers are reimagined as vehicles of self-expression.
Ceiling “clouds” create intimate areas where needed.
Curated selection of diamonds improving bridal business.
How to tune out the noise and focus on what’s best about our digital world.
Take a tour of one of America’s Coolest Stores.
California retailer draws on relationships to make philanthropy work.
Retailer launches e-commerce website for fandom wearable art.
Jacob Wosinski specializes in one-of-a-kind works of wearable art.
Customers crave transparency.
Reminders set in jewelry include ‘B Strong’ and ‘B Limitless,’ among others.
Lane & Kate’s Rachel Pfeiffer demonstrates resourcefulness and a DIY spirit.
The Wellington location is one of America’s Coolest Stores in 2020.
The Smithery in Columbus is the third-place winner in the Small Cool Division of the 2020 America’s Coolest Stores Contest.
What do you think will be the next breakout category of jewelry?
Bar-hopping in a jewelry store? At Thollot, anything seems possible.
Owner John Carter attributes success to hiring likable people.
These jewelry styles will be promoted by social media and ad campaign beginning in late October
Virtual strategies and creative promotions can take the place of big parties this year.