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LUXURY and Elite Enclave bring together the finest jewelry retailers, designers and manufacturers for an unparalleled business and networking experience. Immerse yourself in this first-class setting which provides you an opportunity to conduct business effortlessly among the finest brands, collections and colleagues.

Dedicated to providing retailers and exhibitors with the highest level of service, LUXURY is the ultimate jewelry experience and truly Jewelry's Finest Occasion.

Held at the elegant and encompassing Four Seasons/Mandalay Bay/THEhotel, LAS VEGAS, NEVADA, LUXURY and Elite Enclave take place Tuesday, May 28 - Thursday, May 30, 2013 by invitation only, and then continue the excitement as we open our doors to all JCK retailers Friday, May 31 - Monday, June 3, 2013.



The work on completing the new hall complex for the Basel Exhibition is running on schedule. The Watch and Jewellery Show BASELWORLD will be opening its doors punctually, as planned, on April 25, 2013. At the moment, the facade is being mounted and the interior fittings installed in what is now Europe's most modern exhibition infrastructure.

The building shell of the impressive new hall complex designed by the architects Herzog & de Meuron was finished in September 2012. Work is now in full swing on fitting out the interior of the 32-metre-high complex. The exceptional facade will be fully in place by the end of the year. For BASELWORLD 2013, Hall 1 will thus be extended to a length of 420 metres on three exhibition storeys, giving 141,000 m2 exhibition infrastructure of the very highest quality. A total of CHF 430 million has been invested in this project. The joined-up exhibition surfaces in the new halls make the exhibition site more compact and hence also ensure greater comfort and convenience for the visitors to BASELWORLD.

Since BASELWORLD 2012, the old halls have been demolished and a total of 3500 tons of steel girders, 45,000 m3 of concrete and 5,200 tons of reinforcing steel have gone into the new complex. At times, up to eight fixed construction cranes and a further eight mobile cranes have been deployed on the construction site.

The new building complex is being handed over to the MCH Group, as its owner, on February 8, 2013. Following this, work will commence on assembling the spectacular stands for BASELWORLD 2013. The immense dimensions of the halls and the new stands will provide a splendid setting for the presentation of product innovations. This will further underline the uniqueness of the World Watch and Jewellery Show and its significance as the most important industry event.

Image courtesy of BASELWORLD 25th April 2013 - 2nd May 2013

Opening Hours

Jewellery Stylist will be closed for business from 4pm on Monday 24th December 2012 and will reopen on Monday 7th January 2013.

Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of our team at Jewellery Stylist!

If you have an URGENT recruitment requirement, please email and we will respond within 24 hours.

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Merry Xmas and New Year ENJOY!!! 

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The New ‘Marianne Luxe’ Ring-Watch from Juicy Couture Timepieces

The New ‘Marianne Luxe’ Ring-Watch from Juicy Couture Timepieces

Juicy Couture Timepieces is proud to present the new Marianne Luxe ring-watch, the ultimate marriage of style and function.  This stunning piece, encrusted with Swarovski crystals, is a glam addition to the classic wrist watch.  Inspired by the diamond, a girl’s best friend, this timepiece is sure to become top of every woman’s must-have lust list.  A lady’s love for sparkling jewels will never weaken so snap this beauty up before someone else does.

RRP £125

Juicy Couture’s chic Marianne Luxe cocktail ring-watch boasts an adjustable stretch stainless steel band and faceted crystal dial with Swarovski crystals marking 12 noon, three, six and nine. The four baguette-shaped crystals sparkle among the 64 individual Swarovski crystals surrounding the dial.  If there is one word to sum up the Marianne Luxe ring-watch it can only be ‘dazzling’.
Juicy Couture Timepieces are available from most premier jewellers.


This Christmas, why not treat the ones you love with a treat from BOSS Watches. Offering stunning classic models, BOSS Watches are perfect for your parents, boyfriend, girlfriend or siblings – there is a watch to suit all.  Whether it is to wear with the little black dress for New Year’s Eve, or relaxing on Christmas Day, BOSS Watches provide a timepiece for every occasion.

Whether it is your brother or your boyfriend, most men love a chunky sports watch and the three pieces in this new ‘Deep Blue’ collection are the perfect fit.  The chronograph watches in this collection feature either a rubber coated black leather or a smarter 3 link bracelet and will suit any man who loves a touch of sporty style.  Available with a deep blue dial or a classic black dial, retailing at £295 this is the perfect gift to give on Christmas day.

Parents love the classics, whether it’s cars, music or indeed watches.  For your mother BOSS Watches’ Ladies Classic collection offers a range of models which will be an appreciated and much-loved present. Available in stainless steel or gold, the collection features mother-of-pearl dials and classic roman numerals and these watches, retail from £199.

For your dad, a popular choice in the gent’s Classic Chronograph collection is the rose-gold must-have of the season.  This model features a prominent case in stainless steel, creating a striking presence on the wrist with rose-gold accents on the three sub dials, roman numerals, push buttons and crown.  This piece is set off perfectly with a classic dark tan, crocodile printed leather strap, retail price £299.

Last, but certainly not least, is a stunning piece from the BOSS Ladies Petit collection, just the right gift for that special someone.  This timepiece works both ways, as a watch but also as a piece of jewellery.  Featured on a delicate black satin strap, with a mother-of-pearl dial, sparkling in the rose-gold case, this watch will seduce that special woman this Christmas. RRP £199.


Get a great CV!

Many, many candidates are being held back due to a poorly constructed CV.

What is more bewildering, is that most often, these CVs come from candidates who are based in good jobs with some recognisable companies! These CVs should be impressive, desirable and eye catching; instead they can be short, uninformative and messy.

Candidates have one chance at grabbing the attention of their reader, be it a retailer or a recruitment agency. Unfortunately, a lot of job seekers think that experience speaks for itself, but in fact they could not be more wrong!

What Jewellery Stylist looks for:

  • Firstly, Jewellery Stylist  look for candidates that have a good jewellery, watch or luxury background.
  • Secondly, they must have an informative CV; neatly laid out, detailing desirable key skills along with clear and concise career responsibilities and most importantly career achievements.
  • CV’s need to be neat, no colourful, crazy fonts and no fancy layout.
  • A professional, organised CV will give candidates a real head start in finding their perfect Jewellery Job!

Common errors:

Compact is key!  On average employers spend just 8 seconds looking at a CV.  An entire life history spanning page after page is an irrefutable way of heading towards the reject pile!   

Keep it relevant!  Figure out what key skills you possess that are relevant to the roles you are applying for and point them out!  Never just assume we will know them!

We are good- but we are not psychic! If you have a specific skill, qualification or use of a specific software package, add them to your CV!  If they are not on your CV the reader will assume that you do not possess what they are looking for and move on to a candidate who does!  Seriously...  This is one of the biggest oversights!

Check your grammar! CVs full of grammatical errors are extremely common. Use the spell-check tool, but remember that the best proof-reader is another set of eyes. Ensure that there are no spelling errors, poor word choice, or misuse of language. These mistakes are not acceptable as it gives the impression that your attention to detail is lacking and you are not careful with your work!

To abbreviate is plain lazy! Your CV is a professional document – a representation of the value you can bring to an organisation. Abbreviating November to Nov. and Customer to Cust. screams "I cut corners and cannot take the time, even for the purpose of this document, to take the time to write it professionally!"

Key CV requirements:

  • Add your profile!  This should be a paragraph at the top of your CV, stating why you are good at what you do along with your passion for your work.
  • Ensure you highlight key skills and any jewellery/watch qualifications.
  • Detail by your career history to include key responsibilities and achievements, accounting for any gaps in employment.  It can also be helpful to add a brief description of the company.
  • Usually a CV should be no more than two A4 pages. 

Ready to give yourself a Promotion on your CV? Think Again!

So you increased turnover on your department from £2 million to £4 million did you?  And you also ensured consistent sales growth year on year by 20% as well?  Impressive stuff!  What’s more, you were responsible for repairing luxury watch brands on site and you have a certificate in JET 1&2?

You certainly seem like a fantastic candidate.  However you may want to think twice before giving yourself a “promotion” on your CV.  According to research conducted by 57% of employers say they have caught a lie on a candidate’s application.  Of those employers who discovered this, a huge 93% did not hire the candidate; understandably!

Can you get away with being deceptive on your CV?

Absolutely not.  Never underestimate a recruitment agency or a direct employer.  Consultants and employers are specialists in their field.  They are experts in the sector you are applying for and therefore making overzealous and highly unlikely statements will be instantly recognisable.  These people are trained to read CVs critically, to spot flaws and inconsistencies.  Such professionals understand the profiles of other businesses in their genre and, as a result, they will understand the expectations and skills required at each level of hierarchy within a company.  So claiming that you were responsible for all new store openings and budgets as a junior sales Professional, just won’t cut it.

So how does this relate to the Jewellery Industry?

Security and honesty is a prime factor in this trade and therefore employers are looking to recruit candidates who can uphold this trait.  Lying on a CV clearly contradicts this.  This industry is extremely close knit and therefore it is extremely easy to check claims made on a CV, check qualifications and work out sales figures.

At Jewellery Stylist we are extremely familiar with most jewellery and watch companies.  We understand their profiles and therefore we can spot inconsistencies and over exaggerated claims.  We know what levels of responsibility are expected from a position within a company and therefore we also know when claims are excessive and extravagant.  It is also advisable to bear in mind that just beacuse you have worked abroad for a while, does not make you exempt from having these factors checked too.  It is just as easy to verify this information with another country as it is in the U.K!

Remember, exaggerating or lying may seem like a way to achieve your ideal job, or obtain an increase in salary, but employers and recruitment agencies ARE extremely rigorous in checking out potential employees, often only a phone call away.  Never put anything on your CV that you cannot explain and validate in an interview.  Jewellery Stylist will always check and direct employers will too!


GIA launch iPad & iPhone apps!

The GIA have launched 2 fantastically free apps for the iPad & iPhone available now from the app store.

The GIA have launched GIA’s 4Cs iPad app features video and interactive tools that teach consumers about how GIA grades color, cut, clarity and carat weight. It explains GIA’s D-to-Z color scale and how diamond color can affect value, GIA’s clarity scale and how diamond clarity can affect value, the factors that affect a diamond’s cut grade and the origins of the carat system.

Interactive tools show:

• How diamond color changes across the GIA D-to-Z Color Scale
• Typical inclusions and blemishes at various points in the GIA Clarity Scale
• A diamond’s anatomy and how various parameters influence a diamond’s cut grade
• How a diamond’s size changes by carat weight and enables consumers to compare the sizes of different diamonds
• An interactive GIA Grading Report Anatomy – to help consumers understand the different elements of a GIA report

Additional features include:
• My Diamond Wish List that allows consumers to keep a record of the diamonds they’ve seen and considered by entering any diamond’s relevant information, including its report number, 4Cs information, price and the retailer’s address and contact information in their wish list.
• Information on fluorescence, common diamond treatments, synthetics and simulants.
• Direct Access to GIA Report Check (network connection required) - GIA’s online database of diamond grading reports and Diamond Dossiers. Consumers can verify the contents of a GIA report and view a PDF version of that report simply by entering a GIA report number and carat weight.

Gems & Gemology

Gems & Gemology is the award-winning quarterly journal of the Gemological Institute of America. Since 1934, G&G has published groundbreaking research on diamonds and colored stones—their sources, special characteristics, synthetics and imitations, treatments, and identification techniques. 

Packed with beautiful full-color illustrations, each issue of G&G delivers:
• Feature articles: Peer-reviewed research by the world’s leading gemologists
• Lab Notes: The latest discoveries from GIA’s laboratory
• Gem News International: Global coverage of new discoveries, unusual gem materials, and current events
• Book Reviews and Gemological Abstracts: Presents current gem and jewelry books, plus articles published elsewhere in the gemological literature

With this enhanced digital version, G&G also brings you interviews with industry experts, videos spanning the world of gems, in-depth slideshows, and other new features.

Gems & Gemology is the journal that shares your passion for gems.

Both apps are available for download now:

GIA 4C's Guide 

Gems & Gemmoology for iPad 

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Olivia Palermo for Carrera y Carrera

Olivia Palermo has been the inspiration for many fashion shoots and photographers due to her style. Her latest work is the new Carrera y Carrera Musica campaign, which is deeply inspired by music represented in Spanish culture and the items have been especially designed for a daring, passionate, modern, and feminine woman.