It’s time to embrace a new conversation about jewelry — one that highlights sustainability, quality and diversity.
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The designer and entrepreneur's online collective just debuted its first pop-up store on a luxurious strip in New York — featuring mostly women and minority designers —as she aims to shake up a notoriously exclusive sector.
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“Encouraging people to be more thoughtful about the kind of jewelry they buy is a huge mission at the Jewelry Edit,” she said. And the 50 designers on the cooperative’s e-commerce platform are similarly invested in ethical jewelry production...
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"The Jewelry Edit is offering a more personal buying experience with a resident stylist who'll curate a relevant and long-lasting jewelry wardrobe."
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"The jewelry industry veteran Rosena Sammi founded The Jewelry Edit on the premise that access to styling advice should be democratized. The website offers a selection of pieces from $50 to $4,000, with an emphasis on creations by Black and Asian designers, as well as those focused on sustainability."
"Sammi’s goal was twofold: make jewellery buying easier for shoppers while giving a boost to designers of colour. “During my years as a designer, I don’t think I ever met a buyer for any major retail store that was diverse,” said Sammi. “That reflects what is brought onto the store floor.”"
what our customers are saying
Sometimes you find the perfect piece of jewelry online, and when you unbox it, it's tiny and disappointing. I love having a stylist to explain scale and weight so there are no surprises
When getting dressed jewelry was always something I wasn't sure how to get quite right. Jewelry Edit filled in the staples that were effortless and made me feel great plus sprinkled in those unique pieces that I didn't know how to find.
Discovering diverse designers with new and unique perspectives is critical to my jewelry shopping criteria. Through The Jewelry Edit I've discovered numerous new brands I'm thrilled to wear
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