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A New York City jeweler has been found guilty for his role in a scheme where he knowingly acted as a fence for stolen goods.
Ruba Abu-Nimah (pictured), Tiffany & Co.’s executive creative director for marketing and communications, has left the company, less than two years after her appointment, a source close to the company confirmed.
There aren’t many like André Leon Talley. The former creative director of Vogue (and the first African American male one at the publication), the late journalist and stylist (who died in 2022) paved the way for many to break through the notoriously exclusive fashion industry’s margins.
After celebrating 30 years in business back in 2019, Gabriel & Co., founded by brothers Jack and Dominick Gabriel, has continued to expand its offerings to the industry.
Experience Is The Best Teacher Whatever the topic or area of study, it is no secret that experience is the best way to learn.
Architect and jewelry designer Jenny Wu’s latest 3D-printed design pushes the boundaries of what a chain-link bracelet can be—and opens up new possibilities for jewelers who want to offer pieces that not only are beautiful but can take on anything a customer might do to them.
This week: De Beers and Botswana said to be close to an agreement. Tiffany and Nike aren’t winning fans in China. Plus: Neil Lane’s ketubahs.
The halo design might have at one point been all the rage in engagement rings—it’s still wildly relevant to the point it’s almost considered classic—but it’s no surprise consumers are craving different styles.