Luxury brands closed out the final days of 2016 with a focus on transparency.
Jeweler Tiffany & Co. is enlightening consumers on how its diamonds make their way into its blue boxes by charting the stones’ path from the time they are unearthed.
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Online retailer Net-A-Porter is expanding its Tiffany & Co. product range by extending into the U.S. jeweler’s timepiece category.
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U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co. saw modest improvement for the third quarter 2016, leading management to maintain its full year earnings outlook.
The extra security measures put in place around Trump Tower on New York’s Fifth Avenue are hurting business for its neighboring retailers.
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