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Bridal: Uncommon and Stackable Rings
July 28, 2015
By Jennifer Heebner, Senior Editor
TREND GAMEStrange LoveUncommon engagement rings are no longer all that uncommon. We’re talking about the proliferation of bridal styles featuring colored gems, bands with open space, black...
June 9, 2015
By Logan Sachon, Social Media Journalist
Gemvara, the online jewelry retailer, has launched two new businesses to cater to the millennial shopper: Gemma Gray and Stone Reset.
Bridal: Diamonds With a Story From Rio Tinto and Elisa Solomon’s Alternative Engagement Rings
May 28, 2015
By Jennifer Heebner, Senior Editor
CAN’T-MISS COLLECTIONTrue StoryRio Tinto recently unveiled a batch of new designs for its 2015 Diamonds With a Story campaign whose aim is to impress upon retailers the importance of...
Bridal: Todd Reed’s New Men’s Bands & More
May 8, 2015
By Jennifer Heebner, Senior Editor
CAN’T-MISS COLLECTIONHe’s on a ScrollAlishan Halebian’s new diamond ring collection features petite diamond centers in colorless and natural hues with entry retail prices starting at just $...
April 13, 2015
By Jennifer Heebner, Senior Editor
Blue Nile announced plans today to partner with Colin Cowie to create a collection of engagement rings and fine jewelry, in a new deal that calls for the wedding specialist to act as a Blue Nile...
Average Engagement Ring Spend Up in 2014, Says The Knot
March 13, 2015
By Logan Sachon, Social Media Journalist
Couples spent an average of $5,855 on their engagement ring in 2014, up from $5,598 in 2013, according to The Knot 2014 Real Weddings Survey.  The annual survey asked 16,000 people married...
9 Bridal Rings That Think Outside the Box
February 12, 2015
By JCK Staff
We love a princess-cut diamond and a white gold halo setting as much as anyone. But when it comes to bridal jewelry, why not think outside the (ring) box?     
Personalization and Customization Make Modern Weddings Affairs to Remember
February 7, 2015
By Kristin Young
Bridezillas are so yesterday. Gone is the over-the-top, ostentatious quest for the perfect wedding. Instead, brides are pursuing smaller, more intimate affairs with comparatively unassuming...
How Stone Fox Bride Creative Director Molly Guy Helps Brides Tell Their Stories
February 7, 2015
By Victoria Gomelsky, Editor-in-Chief
The shrillness of a ringing phone disrupts the serenity of a quiet November morning in the Stone Fox Bride showroom in New York City. Creative director Molly Guy glances in its direction. “This is...
Why Bridal Jewelry Retailers Are Getting Personal
February 7, 2015
By Emili Vesilind, Senior Editor
Walking into the Catbird Wedding Annex in Brooklyn feels a little like stepping into the bedroom of a preternaturally sophisticated teenager, circa 1982.A hot-white neon sign reading Oh My Stars...
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