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Popular Hong Kong Jewelry Label Arrives in U.S.

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It launched in a handful of stores, including Neiman Marcus.

Queelin, a Hong Kong-based jewelry brand founded by Dennis Chan in 2004, has made its way to the U.S. and debuted in several Neiman Marcus locations as well as a few other notable stores in California, writes Robb Report. The label’s expansion, the article explains, comes three years after it achieved success in China and Paris, prompting French luxury goods company Kering to buy a majority stake in the company. This is also the first time that Queelin’s offerings will be sold outside of its own stores. The brand offers 12 themed collections as well as watches and accessories.

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