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The latest talent on Copenhagen's red-hot creative scene is a jeweler that fashions gold, opals and pearls into kinetic sculptures.
The acclaimed accessories line by Pookie and Louisa Burch is set to close, WWD has learned.
She also inspired a four-piece capsule collection.
At Friday evening's Gem Awards, the jewelry industry was divided when asked about the controversial new material.
The designs, however, were more polished and formal.
Panerai is the new official sponsor of Luna Rossa and the watches will be inspired by the technologies and materials used in the America's Cup.
The trade show moves to April next year, to take place just before rival fair Baselworld.
Running Jan. 14 to 18, the exhibit of sculptures, jewelry and brooches spans 45 years of Chan's work.
The site houses a showroom and will serve as an incubator for developing innovations for the brand's Birkenstock 1774 collection.
The new eyewear range, priced below its current collections and collaborations, is the house's take on an "everyday" pair of glasses.
The deal will be effective January 2020.
In a break with jewelry industry convention, Tiffany will now identify the provenance of all its newly mined diamonds.
The company will present a new product featuring an automatic movement from Kenissi at Baselworld in March this year.
In 2019, the cultivated stone industry will continue to gain ground but not at the expense of natural diamonds' popularity.
The upcoming year will be a transition for trade fairs SIHH and Baselworld, who plan to hold their events back-to-back starting in 2020.
Market gains by new e-commerce players have luxury brands rethinking their sales strategies.
Can Michael Kors' growing stable of brands make an impact in the luxury sphere? An answer will become clearer in 2019.
Instagram-native accessory labels will continue to set trends and drive Millennial sales.
Hair clips an affordable, optimistic accessory will be a major trend in 2019.