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Wearable Jewelry Ringly Raises $5.1 Million

The startup closed a $5.1 million Series A round, led by Andreesen Horowitz with participation from Highline Ventures Partners, Silas Capital and PCH.

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Jennifer de Winter Joining Tiffany's

Saks Fifth Avenue's departing chief merchant Jennifer de Winter is taking a job at Tiffany & Co., March 1.

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Accessories Sparkle at the 2015 Golden Globes

At the Golden Globes, designer gowns may have created the biggest Red Carpet buzz, but accessories managed more than a bit of sparkle.

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Shinola, Stephen Webster honored at Gem Awards

The jewelry industry capped off the first full work week of 2015 with a black tie affair: the Jewelry Information Center's 13th annual Gem Awards.

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Chamilia's Changing Mood

The jewelry brand is relaunching this year with a focus on sentiment.

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Alexis Bittar Celebrates 25 Years With Lucite

The designer will mark the milestone with his first New York Fashion Week presentation.

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Le Bon Marché Unveils Private Label Bridal Jewelry

The retailer's new fine jewelry department also features three shops-in-shop — Chaumet, Fred and Pomellato.

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Fine Jewelry Boom Boosts Market

Year-over-year jewelry sales in the U.S. have been up for 20 months in a row — a trend that has seen jewelry outpace the perennial engines of the fashion world.

Pandora Makes Push in Germany

The Danish jewelry group is to assume 78 store leases by Jan 31.

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Swarovski Launches Wearables, With Shine

The company will unveil its first take on wearable tech today, emphasizing form in a market still dominated by sportier, function-driven styles.

Robert Lee Morris Shuttering NYC Store

The jewelry designer first opened the flagship, the brand’s only standalone boutique, in September 1995.

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