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Kelly Wearstler Collaboration in the Spotlight at Forty Five Ten Holiday Party

A constant queue formed for the designer to autograph books or an arty piece from her collaborative collection with Atelier Swarovski.

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Catching Up With Barry Kieselstein-Cord

WWD sat down with the designer to talk about his impromptu sabbatical, his plans for Kieselstein-Cord and the future of design.

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Ten of Tomorrow: Ana Khouri, Jewelry Designer

Originally trained as a painter and sculptor, Khouri’s path to jewelry was somewhat accidental.

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Sidney Garber Set for Growth

Last month the fine jewelry brand opened a New York store on Madison Avenue.

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Bally Total Fitness Has Deal For Wearable Tech Accessories

The line will be introduced next month at the Consumer Electronics Show.

JH Partners Sells Stake in Jeweler Alex and Ani

San Francisco-based JH Partners, which bought the stake in 2012, sold its holding to British buyout firm Lion Capital LLP, three people confirmed this week.

Dorfman Jewelers Reopens on Newbury Street

Copresidents and brothers Douglas and Jonathan Dorfman unveiled the results of a six-month, million-dollar renovation last month.

Pandora to Appeal

The Danish jewelry company is contesting a decision that it had breached the Securities Trading Act.

Michele Sofisti Exits Gucci Watches and Jewelry

The company's president and ceo Patrizio di Marco will take over his duties in the interim.

Pandora Found Guilty, to Pay Fine

The Danish jewelry company was convicted in a criminal case, while a civil lawsuit is pending.

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David Yurman Lands in Lower Manhattan

The brand is opening a 2,000-square-foot space located in the SoHo Cast Iron district, in a late nineteenth-century loft building.

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