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Vegas Must-Haves #2: Vivid Gemstone Combos to Jazz Things Up

These looks will definitely put smiles on customers’ faces.




Heading out to Vegas for Jewelry Week? Here are some of the trends we are predicting you will see and that you might want to bring into your store. Some have been going strong for a few seasons, while others have been evolving for a couple of years. All are popular from the red carpet to the ready-to-wear runways to the jewelry design studios. So, why not try your luck with this trend or the others we will be showing?

The trend in multi-color gemstone jewelry continues with inspiration seemingly derived from a Rolling Stones song “She’s A Rainbow.” And yes, this season “she comes in colors everywhere.” Designers are taking creative license to mix up a lively and exhilarating combination of vivid gemstones for all classifications of jewelry. These pieces will definitely put a smile to your customer’s face and add some vibrant bursts of color to basic fashion and their jewelry wardrobes.

Elle Fanning at the Met Gala 2019 Awards in Tiffany & Co. Photo: Shutterstock

Robin Pelham 18K gold large chevron trapeze earrings set with rainbow sapphires and tsavorite. Robin Pelham $7670

Meredith Young Controlled Chaos 18K gold rainbow sapphire open circle necklace. $470


Onirikka Prisma Earrings in18K gold, diamonds and sapphires. $2500

Brent Neale 18K gold Mushroom Dome Cuff with Multi-Color Sapphires. $24,000.

Brent Neale 18K yellow gold finger rings with amethysts, iolites, blue topaz, tsavorites and yellow, orange and red sapphires. $5740 each.

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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