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If you happened to open up the Fall/Winter 2016 catalog for the high-end ski apparel and lifestyle brand Gorsuch, you’d be greeted by spectacular images of beautiful models sporting tony ski gear in some impossibly beautiful alpine setting, or lounging fireside in layers of Mongolian cashmere...

Amy Elliott | February 16, 2017 | All That Glitters
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It was a few years ago, four, maybe, that I first met Tamir Pinchasi, namesake of the Beverly Hills, Calif.–based Tamir jewelry brand. I was glued to his creations, all colorful gemstones and fantastical styles, which the designer continues to delight with. But something completely different from...

Brittany Siminitz | February 15, 2017 | On Your Market

Brianna Miller has joined Tacori as a territory manager for the Northeast. Before joining Tacori, Miller was West Coast sales director for Stephen Webster for three years. Prior to that, she was director of sales and events for Ippolita. She will be based out of the company’s...

Rob Bates | February 10, 2017
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Few motifs in jewelry can rival the handheld fan—which originated in ancient Egypt, India, and China—for sheer elegance and femininity.  And the semicircle motif—in accordion-style-literal and more abstract incarnations—is suddenly popping up everywhere in jewelry:...

Emili Vesilind | February 2, 2017 | Retail Details
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“Statement earrings can’t be limited to just one color. The more the merrier!” —Contributor Randi Molofsky   Long, lean, and lovely—Jane Taylor captures the spirit of spring in a perfect pair of shoulder-dusting stiletto earrings. ($8,525, janetaylor.com)   Greece was...

Randi Molofsky | January 31, 2017
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Once upon a time, there were two boys, Jirair Guiragossian and Harout Yepremian, who were the best of friends. They met in the Boy Scouts in Lebanon in the 1950s, where they acquired an appreciation for natural stones. As teenagers, the two Armenians became apprentice jewelers together. Just a few...

Ari Karpel | January 26, 2017
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Given the enormous popularity of personalized jewelry (see JCK’s November–December 2016 “Fully Burnished” still-life feature), there couldn’t be a better time for Sydney Evan to release its 15th Anniversary collection. Designer Rosanne Karmes picked a dozen of her “best-selling and most...

Melissa Rose Bernardo | January 26, 2017
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In the lineup of Rising Stars at JCK Las Vegas 2016, Dana Bronfman was unquestionably a standout. Her beautiful work with metal—cutouts, textures, angles, and twists—forged pieces of jewelry that somehow were altogether complex and beautifully simple. With a hand that crafts wonderfully...

Brittany Siminitz | January 24, 2017 | On Your Market
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When judging jewelry, most people say bigger is better, notes Blake Gopnik’s catalog essay for the “Beyond Bling” show, which runs through Feb. 5 at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. And yet the objects on display show that beautiful jewelry doesn’t have to be splashy. At times, it can...

Rob Bates | January 20, 2017 | Cutting Remarks
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Jacob Arabo, founder and chairman of Jacob & Co., wanted to harness the ethereal beauty of butterflies with these stunning earrings. But reflecting the creature’s feather-light physicality was equally important. “I wanted the earrings to be as lightweight as possible, without taking away from...

Emili Vesilind | January 18, 2017
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