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Diana Vincent Jewelry Designs -Judges Comments

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Michael M. Clarke: The tranquil colors of the salon, the ready proximity to each jewelry presentation and the discreet intimacy of showcase placements promote the cultivation of a personal and memorable shopping experience.

Sarah Read: The website gives us a taste of what it’s like to shop with Diana, but just enough of a taste to pique curiosity and tempt us to come in.

Katy Briggs: How do you offer an exclusive one-of-a-kind experience without being intimidating? Just ask Diana Vincent. The store’s unique blend of sleek sophistication and casual charm is breathtaking.

Bob Taczala: A traditional exterior facade blended with contemporary interior is cool. The minimalist interior, pared down to just a few materials, creates an elegant and hip store.

Todd Reed: I thought the interior of this store was the strong suite.
They have impeccable taste and are designers themselves, I like the clean minimal displays, and like the idea of contrasting the sleek modern vibe with the rural vibe. Very cool.
 
Adam Graham: I love the way Diana blended traditional architecture with clean modern lines and big windows; creating great curb appeal.  The inside of the store is fresh and bright with cool cases and displays that really allow for a focus on the product.

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