Jewelry

Lifetime Jewelry Reveals the Jewelry That More Women Wear as the Temperature Rises

HAYWARD, Calif., June 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Most styles of jewelry are worn consistently throughout the year. There’s one jewelry style, however, that gets hotter along with it the summertime heat. That style is anklets. It’s estimated that 70% of all anklets are purchased during the late spring and throughout the summer months.

“As more women wear shorts or short skirts, they also like to accessorize by showing off their ankles,” said Karen Louise, founder of Lifetime Jewelry. “Anklets look great with casual styles like sandals and also add a stylish touch to heels and fancy shoes.”

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Shop Olivia Rodrigo’s Affordable Jewelry From 8 Other Reasons

Olivia Rodrigo is THE woman of the moment, thanks to her relatable lyrics and buzzy debut album “Sour.” Not only is she incredibly talented (like, go look up a YouTube video of her singing live on SNL or at the BRIT Awards if you haven’t already watched them 100 times), but her sense of fashion is also equally enviable. Like most Zoomers, she gravitates toward the ’90s aesthetic of crop tops, high-waisted jeans, and layering on tons of jewelry. And speaking of the latter, you can score some of her exact! same! pieces! from the brand 8 Other Reasons for

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Elderly targeted in jewelry-snatch robberies

Elderly people walking alone have been the targets in three of four jewelry snatch robberies in Fremont over the past two weeks, police said.

According to police, whoever is pulling the robberies has used different methods. The robberies have happened after the suspect has asked for directions or told them to prepare for a birthday gift.

After saying the birthday gift is jewelry and starting to put plastic jewelry on the victim, the suspect simultaneously snatches the real jewelry, police said.

None of the victims were harmed physically.

Police are urging Fremont residents not to walk alone and to leave

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23 fine jewelry that’s worth the splurge



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There are certain items that have an intrinsically low cost per wear — like, say, your favorite pair of workout sneakers, or the tote bag you never leave home without. But jewelry isn’t too far down the list: Save for a few special occasions, most people wear the same necklaces, bracelets or earrings day in and day out, making it easier to stomach a high price tag.

“I tend to splurge on items I know I’ll get my money’s worth for,” says Alyssa Coscarelli, a brand consultant and fashion influencer. “And sometimes, if I can easily picture

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Ivory elephant tusk jewelry taken from traveler at Detroit Metro Airport

ROMULUS, Mich. – Ivory jewelry made from elephant tusks was recently taken from a traveler at Detroit Metro Airport, officials said.

A passenger from South Korea arrived at DTW on Monday (May 17) and was discovered to have ivory prayer beads and bracelets made from the tusks of elephants, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

The ivory must meet certain U.S. Fish and Wildlife import/export requirements, officials said. It is not allowed in the U.S. due to the Endangered Species Act, which protects African elephants from a rise in poaching, CBP Director of Field Operations Christopher Perry tweeted.

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In Florence, Ponte Vecchio Jewelers Long for Tourists’ Return

FLORENCE, Italy — “Ponte Vecchio lives on Americans,” said Fadi Ayshoh, retail director of the Gold Art boutique, as he optimistically positioned a five-carat diamond, priced at 160,000 euros, in the window. “This is going to sit here until the Americans come back. Then it will sell in a heartbeat.”

Hope has been rising in recent days among the jewelry shopkeepers on this medieval bridge, ever since Italy dropped quarantine requirements for travelers from the European Union, the United Kingdom and Israel, and opened its doors to a handful of flights for Covid-tested passengers from the United States and other

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Man who attempted to burglarize Flagstaff jewelry store found guilty on multiple charges | Crime and Courts







Porter Deron Land holds a piece of paper in front of his face in Division Five of the Coconino Superior Court after being found guilty of burglarizing a jewelry store in 2014.




Porter Deron Land, a Phoenix man who attempted to burglarize a jewelry store in Flagstaff in 2014, was found guilty of multiple charges Friday by a jury in the Coconino County Superior Court.

Jurors were asked Friday morning to consider closing arguments made by both Land’s attorney, Lindsay Smith, and prosecutor Ammon Barker, reconvening in the afternoon to

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Jewelry Success After Struggle ‘Feels Pretty Incredible’

Jameel Mohammed’s Cinderella moment arrived in the nick of time.

In 2018 the designer had achieved a modicum of success with his distinctive jewelry, which pays homage to the African diaspora. The fledgling line, called Khiry, had been picked up by Barneys New York, but Mr. Mohammed was not making enough to survive in New York City, or in the industry.

“I felt like I was pushing a boulder up a hill,” Mr. Mohammed, 26, said in a recent interview from his studio in Brooklyn.

So he was on a Greyhound bus — with a ticket supplied by his

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Did Halston Really Have a Falling Out With Jewelry Designer Elsa Peretti?

Remember that scene in Episode 4 of Netflix’s Halston where the famed designer (played by Ewan McGregor) gets into a shouting match with one of his best friends, Italian jewelry designer and model Elsa Peretti (Rebecca Dayan), at his glamorous seaside home in Montauk?

The argument starts with a snide remark from Peretti about Halston’s bourgeois habit of having his lunches flown in all the way from Manhattan, and spirals into a huge falling out in which Halston accuses her of being ungrateful for his help introducing her to the people at Tiffany, where her jewelry line soon developed a

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When the Only Sure Descriptor of Jewelry Is Love

The shift toward personalized rings actually began before the pandemic, especially among millennials and Generation Z couples. But lockdowns and small ceremonies accelerated the change, Ms. Roberts of Euromonitor said. And although rules regarding gatherings have begun to ease in some places — weddings in England, for example, now allow up to 30 guests — many weddings are smaller than they might have been a few years ago, and are likely to remain so.

“I think what lockdown has done is just opened brides’ and grooms’ minds to, actually, weddings don’t have to be traditional,” said Hollie Harding, a buyer

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