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The Month In Review: September 2020 September 30, 2020 (0 comments)

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Merrick, NY—The jewelry industry is quickly adapting to selling in the “next normal,” with new trends and designs moving full steam ahead. Le Vian’s famed Red Carpet Revue, delayed from its usual Las Vegas time slot, debuted in September and named “Symbols of Protection” as the number-one design trend of the year. It also highlighted “adaptability” as a key trend as well. Likewise, De Beers revealed its key design trend research, highlighting natural beauty, sustainability, craft, and lasting value as the main themes in diamond jewelry design, something echoed in the Natural Diamond Council's latest trend book. Meanwhile, the Tiffany/LVMH merger is off—they’re heading to divorce court in what’s shaping up to be some nasty proceedings.

Here’s a recap of important news from September:

Get Them Before They’re Gone: Argyle’s Second-To-Last Pink Diamond Tender Is Underway

Platinum Jewelry Poised To Recover And Grow, Says Global Report

McKinsey & Co. Report Says Future Is Not “Back To” Normal, It’s The “Next Normal”

De Beers’ Latest Insight Report Shares Top Jewelry Design Trends For 2020-2021

Good News For Retailers: Google Searches For Diamonds Up Sharply, Says NDC

Tiffany, LVMH Set To Go To Trial

Want To Attract More Customers? Try Offering Secondhand Jewelry

An Attorney Went To A Jeweler And Ended Up With A New Kidney

Upscale NJ Jeweler Charged With Theft of Customers’ Consignment Pieces and Michigan Jeweler Headed To Prison After $12 Million Diamond Scam

Jewelers Using Social Media to Hawk Engagement Rings; Sales Surge, Says TMZ

Getting Back To Normal, Part IV: Gratitude, Grain Alcohol, and Moving Forward

Tips For Appraising Jewelry With Lab-Grown Diamonds

Natural Diamond Council Unveils Next Global Diamond Advertising Campaign and Holiday Trend Report For Retailers And Consumers

Le Vian Names “Symbols Of Protection” As Jewelry Trend Of The Year

How To Acquire An Online Customer Base Using Google, Part I

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