10 Things Rocking the Jewelry Industry: September 2013



1. ShowsWhen LUXURY Privé debuted in summer 2011, it was hailed as the long-awaited luxury component of New York City’s jewelry market week. Three years in, the invitation-only show, which took place July 29–31 at The Pierre Hotel, upped the luxury ante with a new Designer Balcony featuring eight exhibitors, including BG Art—a fine and fashion collection by the master craftsman Boris Goynatsky—and newcomer Lisa Black, an American based in the far-flung Australian beach town of Byron Bay. But what really gave the event a bona fide luxury vibe was the Great Gatsby–themed cocktail party kickoff, complete with feathers, (faux) pearls, and derby hats provided to guests for an extra dose of glamour.2. CrimeAFP/Getty ImagesPolice cars surround Cannes’ Carlton Hotel.It’s still not certain if July’s French jewel heist set a world record for most valuable theft ever, but it surely
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