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NDC Announces Holiday 2021 Diamond Jewelry Trends

The diamond jewelry trends were selected by its esteemed Style Collective for the holiday season.

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NDC Announces Holiday 2021 Diamond Jewelry Trends

(PRESS RELEASE) Who: The Natural Diamond Council shares the latest diamond jewelry trends projected by its Style Collective, a team of seven of the jewelry industry’s leading voices across retail, media, and fashion. The Style Collective includes:

  • Law Roach – Celebrity Image Architect
  • Elizabeth Von der Goltz – Chief Commercial Officer, MATCHESFASHION
  • Will Kahn – Editor and Stylist, creator of @willsnotebook
  • Marion Fasel – Founder and Editorial Director of The Adventurine, jewelry historian and author
  • Jennifer McCurry – Jeweler and Gemologist, Buyer for Marissa Collections
  • Jill Newman – Longtime Jewelry Editor, Natural Diamond Council’s Editor-at-Large
  • Rachel Garrahan – Jewelry and Watch Director at British Vogue

What & Why: The Natural Diamond Council generated trend reports distinguish seasonal diamond jewelry trends as an element of fashion, adjacent to burgeoning style output as an expression of individual creativity. Diamond jewelry sales continue to break records throughout 2021 from month-to-month and we expect a sparkling holiday season.

Trends include:

  • GO GLAM: Diamonds & Black – “The combination of black and white can be so glamorous, but don’t take it to seriously.” – Law Roach
  • Slither & Sparkle – “Women want to be sexy again, after living in casual-land for so long during the last year, and gold snake jewelry is the embodiment of that.” – Jennifer McCurry
  • Let’s Play – “People want to find joy in their jewels now more than ever and these exuberant styles deliver.” – Marion Fasel
  • Two Stone Rings – “Two-stone rings have become a glorious alternative to the single center stone.” – Marion Fasel

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