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As a sought-after fashion stylist and consultant for such clients as Badgley Mischka, Norma Kamali, and Genlux magazine, Juli Alvarez is one of the most provocative voices in fashion and accessories editorial (former staff positions include fashion editor of the late, great Modern Bride and beauty/...

Amy Elliott | February 15, 2017 | All That Glitters
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Fans of Daniel Espinosa know that the Mexican designer hails from Taxco, an ancient mining town that’s famous for its concentration of silver workshops operating in the tradition of legendary artisan silversmith William Spratling. While this rich heritage lay the groundwork for Espinosa’s career as...

Amy Elliott | February 13, 2017 | All That Glitters
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I knew it wouldn't be long before designer Martha Seely came up with something I'd be bursting at the seams to talk about again (I told you this last time Seely was featured in Britt's Pick, remember?). This time, the creation boasts a—particularly timely—bezel-set peridot, with three rows of...

Brittany Siminitz | February 13, 2017 | On Your Market
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Are hearts the most exciting thing happening in jewelry right now? Of course not. But just because they have powerful commercial appeal, especially in the context of Valentine’s Day, doesn’t mean they’re tragically basic. Why else would so many designers keep returning to this motif again and...

Amy Elliott | February 9, 2017 | All That Glitters
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“Wait—you literally slice the pearls in half? By hand? Isn’t that nerve-racking?” That was my initial response to seeing the Pearl Geode collection from Little H Jewelry at the NY Now show in New York earlier this week. It takes a certain maverick personality type to even contemplate such a...

Amy Elliott | February 8, 2017 | All That Glitters
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Anyone who knows me personally (or follows me on Instagram) knows I'm a travel junkie. Sure, a good portion of my vacation time is spent at some sort of Disney destination, but the rest is all about exploring new locations. If you just had the pleasure of visiting Tucson, I hope you were able to...

Brittany Siminitz | February 7, 2017 | On Your Market
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One week until Valentine’s Day! In addition to using social media and email blasts to notify your customers of new arrivals and special promotions apropos of the holiday, many of you will be reaching out to fans and followers with a good old-fashioned digital valentine greeting (perhaps along with...

Amy Elliott | February 7, 2017 | All That Glitters
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At the 2017 Centurion Show, which ran Jan. 28–Feb. 1 in Scottsdale, Ariz., jewels seemed to favor smaller, more delicate designs that can be layered and stacked. Topping the list of styles to watch: chokers and lariats, fresh takes on earrings and rings, and adaptable jewelry. The focus was clearly...

Deborah Yonick | February 3, 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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If you’re crazy for the color purple—and doubtless there are many of you out there who are—you’re probably in possession of quite a bit of amethyst. As you may have guessed, I’m partial to the color green, but right now, I’m having a craving for amethyst—purple amethyst—and not just because it’s...

Amy Elliott | February 1, 2017 | All That Glitters
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