Supplier News: Week of Feb. 3

Kirk Kara Kicks Off New Year With a New Site

Kirk Kara new website designVintage jewelry design company Kirk Kara is boosting its branding with a new website.

The pretty-in-pink home page is sure to captivate customers with the company’s intricate bridal jewels. From stylish engagement rings to stunning wedding bands, Kirk Kara shows off the timelessness of bridal ring fashions.

“Starting this season, we are shining a dazzling light on our extraordinary brand with a new advertising campaign, website, and merchandising displays,” the company stated in a press release. “We’ve crafted a new sensibility and story designed to captivate and connect with these discerning young women. We know they are on a mission to gather troves of information on the most important pieces of jewelry they will ever own. We’re here to help and guide them every step of the way with insightful, engaging assistance.”

Visit to see the new design.


Omi Privé Updates Its Website

Los Angeles–based luxury jewelry designer Omi Privé is pleased to present its newly designed website.

With the complete jewelry collection on display, the modernized motif provides customers a more interactive experience. Visitors to the site can customize their searches by color, gemstone, and shape and learn the story behind each piece. The company’s blog includes the latest press releases, upcoming events, and newest product announcements.  

“We listened to our retail partners and recognized the importance of constantly innovating and adapting to new ways of doing business with technology,” said Niveet Nagpal, president and designer of Omi Privé, in a press release. “Our goal is to provide a medium where the intricate details and the colorful stories of our designs come alive.”

An additional innovation is the retail jeweler locator. This feature works with Google Maps to help customers find an authorized Omi Privé retailer.  

See the refurbished website at


Panama Diamond Exchange to Host Nation’s President at Opening of Jewelry Center

Latin American diamond company Panama Diamond Exchange (PDE) is set to host an opening event for the new Panama Gem & Jewelry Center on March 17 with a high-profile guest list.

PDE will draw legions of industry leaders as well as the Panama’s President Ricardo Martinelli as the guest of honor. The center will be the first facility for diamond, jewelry, and colored stone trades in the region. At $200 million, the building will feature a trading floor, numerous offices, and eventually a high-rise tower with a jewelry mall.

“Visitors to Panama will most definitely have their eyes opened,” said Erez Akerman, PDE president, in a press release. “The fact that the Panama Gem & Jewelry Center has the support of the Panamanian government and parliament, which view it as a strategic asset, makes the whole project even more exciting.”

For more information on the standout structure and growing guest list, call 507-204-5778.


Goldstein Diamonds Debuts New Website

Arizona-based diamond connoisseurs Goldstein Diamonds recently revealed its new and improved website.Goldstein Diamonds new website

The emerald green page offers a search by stone feature, personalized pricing, and pages upon pages of dazzling diamonds. From infinity style bangles to one-of-a-kind floral motif pieces, Goldstein Diamonds delivers. 

“Our new website has been created to make the retailer more profitable,” David Goldstein, CEO of Goldstein Diamonds, said in a press release. “One of the features offers customized diamond search reports with your store’s information and gives you the ability to create your own pricing.”

For a closer look at Goldstein Diamonds, go to


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