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Jennifer Fisher Charts Future After 10 Years in Business

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Designer says she’s changed, but inspirations haven’t.

In an interview with New York magazine, jewelry designer Jennifer Fisher shares her near-term plans for her label, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The article says that she’ll commemorate her decade in business by releasing a new enamel collection, and she’s also planning a relaunch of her website that will include an edited assortment of her jewelry offerings. Additionally, her husband recently joined the company as president, so she’ll presumably be working more closely with him moving forward.

"I don’t think my inspirations have changed, but I have," she told the magazine. "I keep tabs on trends to a certain extent, because I know what will work with the current vibes in fashion, like larger statement earrings. But really, the key is building a personal jewelry wardrobe. I design for me, the customer is me, and I just hope people like it."

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