The 2020 awards show season has provided a glittering, jewel-filled array of red carpet looks, but it’s all really just an elaborate series of appetizers leading up to the main course—the Oscars.
Chow Tai Fook will temporarily suspend operations at more than 40 locations in Hong Kong and Macau following a rise in the coronavirus epidemic.
Luxury conglomerate Kering reported double-digit revenue growth in its fourth-quarter and full-year results, including in its watches and jewelry division.
At the heart of the Louvre Palace, the Galerie Apollon—a showcase for rare diamonds—is re-opening its doors after a little less than a year of works.
Tiffany & Co. is the jewelry brand women are most likely to buy for themselves, MVI Marketing found in a survey.
Tiffany & Co.’s shareholders have voted overwhelmingly in favor of the retailer’s acquisition by LVMH, the French conglomerate announced.
The National Retail Federation is bullish on Valentine’s Day 2020.
Sales of jewelry and watches at LVMH increased 7% in 2019 amid a strong year for Bulgari.
So many awards season red carpets, so little time. How does one keep it interesting?
De Beers has launched an immersive concept store for its Forevermark jewelry brand in China.
Press release – Graff Diamonds, the world-renowned hi-end jewelry brand, has acquired the Firebird 20.7 ct diamond from ALROSA. The parties do not disclose the transaction details, but note that it achieved one of the highest prices per carat for such a stones in recent years.
Women who buy their own jewelry are a rapidly growing market, but retailers need to retool their approach if they want to attract these customers.