Supplier News: Week of Feb. 2

Rona Fisher to Participate in MJSA Online Design Challenge

Rona Fisher of Rona Fisher Jewelry Design has been selected to participate in the 2015 MJSA Online Design Challenge.

For the challenge, nine contenders are tasked with designing a piece of jewelry that is inspired by a fictional scenario and centered on a particular stone. MJSA Journal will feature one of the designs each month from January through September in its online version, and in October, the public will be invited to vote for the top submission. The winning design will be featured in the December 2015 print issue of MJSA Journal.

Fisher’s entry, a palladium ring with components meaningful to the fictional characters in the story, was chosen for January.

See Fisher’s design here.

 

I.B. Goodman Unveils New Website

I.B. Goodman has launched its recently remodeled website that includes a host of new features.

The website now has an updated logo and branded elements, an expanded product catalog, improved navigation and product-search functions, as well as a social media platform. The website also includes detailed product specifications and wholesale pricing, purchase order placement, access to trade-related marketing materials, and multi-platform communications.

“Through our new website, we can tell our company’s story, feature our extensive jewelry collections, and dialogue directly with the public through multiple platforms to determine what they really value and want,” said IBG president and CEO Jonathan Goodman Cohen. “In turn, we can refer consumers to our expanding international network of luxury retail merchants to make their purchases.”

Visit the new website at ibgoodman.com.

 

Alex Soldier on NeimanMarcus.comAlex Soldier Debuts on Neiman Marcus Website

Alex Soldier’s latest gold collection has debuted on Neiman Marcus’ website.

Handmade in New York City, the collection features 20 different styles with price points starting at $1,340.

The collection can be seen here.