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100 Gifts that Wow

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF KAREN ALBERG GROSSMAN

PROJECT MANAGER LISA MENGHI

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ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER MICHELLE BROWN

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Style File What’s trending for fall? Personal stylists Elizabeth Bean Smith and Christy Walsh of Wardrobe Therapy deliver the goods. ON COLOR Red is the season’s hottest hue. Ladies, wear it head to WRHIRUGUDPDWLFà DLURUWU\ one wow-worthy red piece, like a coat or booties.

ON TEXTURE Corduroy is back— for men and women alike. Gentlemen, try it in a slimÀWWLQJRUFXVWRPPDGHVSRUW coat that you can pair with your favorite denim or slim pants.

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ON RUNWAY TO REAL WORLD Futuristic vibes overtook runways from New York to Milan. Embrace the look with sequins, shimmering fabrications, sheer dresses and metallic trims.

ON JEWELRY The bigger the better, ladies. Oversized hoop earrings, chunky pearls and statement breastplate necklaces are hot. -HZHOU\FDQGHĂ€QLWHO\WDNH center stage.


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Whether you’re newly engaged or hoping to be soon, we’ve got the scoop on trends from Lindsay Fork, owner of La Jeune Mariee Bridal Collection, La Jeune Mariee Maids & Social Occasions and LUXEredux Bridal.

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MEET THE MEET THEFAMILY FAMILY

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Andy Johnson started polishing rings in his dad’s jewelry repair shop in junior high. Now, the outdoor enthusiast, art admirer and passionate traveler helms what has become Diamond Cellar Holdings, DFROOHFWLRQRIĂ€YHVWRUHVDURXQGWKHFRXQWU\ÂłLQFOXGLQJDĂ DJVKLSLQ&ROXPEXVFRQVLGHUHGRQHRI WKHQDWLRQ¡VĂ€QHVWMHZHOU\VWRUHV$V'LDPRQG&HOODUFHOHEUDWHVLWVthDQQLYHUVDU\$QG\UHĂ HFWV on the past and looks toward the future. Q: When did you join the family business?

Q: Why is beauty important? A: I am the perfect patron of the arts, because I don’t have a talent for it [laughing]. So I have an extreme appreciation for those who can create.

A: I started working in junior high school. We had to have jobs outside of the house to earn spending money. Before evolving into a retail shop, my dad’s shop did repair work for other retailers who didn’t have their own craftspeople. So I started working for him. I started by polishing rings, and then learned how to do simple sizing and repairs for rings.

4<RXUWHDPWUDYHOVWKHJOREHWRĂ&#x20AC;QG jewelry that will wow. What is that process like?

Q: What interested you about it? A: Honestly, I never thought Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d be in this business. In college, I took several classes in entrepreneurship and found that serving people gives me joy. And I realized that the jewelry business was actually perfect for me. Jewelers work with the most precious things the Earth KDVWRRÍżHUZKLFKDUHEHDXWLIXOUDZ materials. It is a business made up of the most skilled artisans and designers. Jewelry customers are the greatest in the world because they are interested in beauty, design, artistry and value. It became the perfect platform for me to be an entrepreneur, one from which I FDQKHOSSHRSOHLQWKHLUGHVLUHWRĂ&#x20AC;QGRU create meaningful pieces to remember meaningful events. Once I delved more deeply into it, I couldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t help but love it. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the perfect business.

Q: You count the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s most legendary jewelry designers as friends. What is that crew like? A: Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been very blessed to have personal relationships with the great OLYLQJGHVLJQHUVRIĂ&#x20AC;QHMHZHOU\7KH\ DUHKXPEOH7KH\ORYHWKHFUDIW7KH\ JHWDORQJZLWKRQHDQRWKHU7KH\GRQ¡W WDNHWKHPVHOYHVWRRVHULRXVO\7KH\¡UH not driven by the money; theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re driven by art, design and creativity. Most of them are like kids who like to share exciting, new ideas with the group. 7KH\¡UHMXVWUHDOO\FRROSHRSOHZKRDUH a lot of fun. A lot of fun.

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A: Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re curators for our own kind RIDUWPXVHXP:HZDQWWRĂ&#x20AC;QGZKDW makes great artâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;pieces that are representative of the period, have great design, have great craftsmanship, are best of class and meet a value proposition. Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unique about our people is that theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re trained around extremely knowledgeable craftspeople and designers in our own stores, so they understand what good craftsmanship is. Plus they form personal relationships with other designers who visit us, as well as customers who have wonderful ideas. We take them to the three major jewelry and timepiece shows each year, which are in Basel, Switzerland in the spring, Las Vegas in the summer and Hong .RQJLQWKHIDOO7KHQZH¡UHORRNLQJDOO over the country in between.

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Elaine DESIGNER GOLDSMITH

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve been here 25 years, and sometimes I do see pieces back in the store for service. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s like seeing an old friend. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m always happy that my pieces are still being worn and enjoyed.â&#x20AC;? MOST MEMORABLE PIECE Two rings that literally thread together to make a wedding set with sentimental engravings and meaning to the couple.

HOURS DEVOTED They wanted two matched blue diamonds, which took months to source. We got in several pairs until we found just the right ones. It then took two days of carving WRPDNHWKHULQJVĂ&#x20AC;WSHUIHFWO\ together.

FEELINGS ON THE RESULT It was long but fun to work on because it was so unique. I hope that the rings are still worn and treasuredâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and will be for years to come.

MOST CHALLENGING ASPECT Hand carving the waxes to thread the rings together.

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;I do think about my pieces. My thoughts are always to make each piece better.â&#x20AC;? MOST MEMORABLE PIECE A three-stone yellow diamond ring. DESIGNED FOR Our Diamond Cellar inventory. HOURS DEVOTED 16

MOST CHALLENGING ASPECT The complexity of using many very small diamonds in a curvy setting. It was challenging to EDODQFHGLÍżHUHQWVKDSHVVL]HV colors and proportions.

CLIENTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S REACTION It must be owned!

FEELINGS ON THE RESULT It really shows that challenges can be achieved.

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Dan DIRECTOR OF DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING

“I often think about the pieces I make and the individuals I make them for. It is hard to forget these experiences. Oftentimes what I make is a symbol of a lifetime of companionship. It is a truly great thing to be a part of.” MOST MEMORABLE PIECE 1.31 ct marquise engagement ring in platinum and rose gold, accented with diamonds and purple sapphires. DESIGNED FOR A “one-of-a-kind” girl who always wanted something GLͿHUHQWWKDQHYHU\RQH else. We were going for contemporary elegance.

MOST CHALLENGING ASPECT My CAD designer and I trying to wrap our heads around the shape and how it was all supposed to come together. WHAT MADE IT SPECIAL When working with the client, we were both getting so energized about how all the ideas were coming together. It’s not all the time you get to really think outside the box.

FEELINGS ON THE RESULT Ecstatic to have the opportunity and that it all came together so well. CLIENT’S REACTION He did tell me her reaction, and I can’t use the exact words in print… but I can tell you she was very surprised, amazed and unbelievably happy. HOURS DEVOTED 25

ANDY ON DIAMOND CELLAR’S DESIGNER GOLDSMITHS Q: You have a team of highly skilled designers in house. What are they like? A: Our artisans and craftspeople are the stars. They are loved and appreciated in this company. It is because of our great respect for them that I believe we attract people at the highest level of their game because they can shine, grow,

create and produce. On top of that, our clients are the coolest, most amazing patrons of the arts, and they give our artists amazing ideas with which to create meaningful pieces. For example, one of our clients has an apartment in Paris. And when you look

out the window at night, you VHHWKH(LͿHO7RZHUDOOOLWXS He brought in a picture and wanted a diamond brooch that replicated that image to gift to his wife. It was stunning. Our artists have such great canvases with which to work.

Scott DESIGNER GOLDSMITH

“I hope the pieces I’ve made throughout my 31 years here are still appreciated. I see a few come back for cleaning or repair. It’s always good to see them.” MOST MEMORABLE PIECE A large silver and gold trophy for The Lakes Golf and Country Club. DESIGNED FOR A memorial tournament.

MOST CHALLENGING ASPECT Bringing all the parts together. There were 700+ parts to it. FEELINGS ON THE RESULT The trophy was beautiful. It gave me a great feeling of accomplishment.

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s m e G r e n g i Des Duncan DESIGNER GOLDSMITH â&#x20AC;&#x153;I am always thinking of my many special projects over 28 years here. People bring them back for inspections and cleanings and polishing, so I get to visit â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;my babiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; again. I am always trying to improve on the execution of my GHVLJQVZKHWKHULWLVVSHHGRUHÎ&#x20AC; FLHQF\RUPDQXIDFWXULQJ accuracy. CAD has greatly improved my willingness to try new things that I would otherwise hesitate to hand carve.â&#x20AC;?

MOST MEMORABLE PIECE Ladiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 14K white gold wedding band featuring diamonds and enameled cherry blossom designs. DESIGNED FOR A young woman celebrating PHHWLQJKHUĂ&#x20AC;DQFpLQ.\RWR Japan in springtime under the blooming cherry trees. HOURS DEVOTED 28 WHAT MADE IT SPECIAL Using diamonds gifted from both sides of the family tree to create a true joining of the families.

MOST CHALLENGING ASPECT Keeping the natural, organic look of the branches and blooms without making a ring that would catch or snag things. Incorporating PDQ\GLÍżHUHQWVL]HVRIGLDPRQGVĂ RZHUV branches and leaves, yet keeping it open and light and feminine. The enamel needed to be smooth and full for daily wear, and last for many years as an heirloom piece. FEELINGS ON THE RESULT *UDWLĂ&#x20AC;HGWREHDOORZHGWRVKDUHLQVXFK a special event. I am happy I was able to represent it to their enjoyment. CLIENTâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S REACTION I am sure she still enjoys the ring today and cherishes the memory it represents. When they are brought to tears, it chokes me up also.

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Q: You pride yourself on integrity above all else. Why is that important? A: One thing my father instilled in all of his children is the importance of earning trust. There are opportunities that arise in every business that might allow someone to take a shortcut, but demeaning yourself will impact your happiness. In this business, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re working with thousands and thousands of stones, and thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s always a chance of chipping or breaking a stone while setting it. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the nature of working with stones under pressure. Most people would chip a stone, turn it, hide the damage under the prong, and let it go. The customer would never notice. We refuse to do that. The hardest thing is to call the customer and admit your mistake. You break that personâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s heart, because that stone meant something to them. The opportunity to get away with it is so easy, but it discredits who you are. Doing the right thing is always the right thing.

Q: What keeps your work intriguing after so many years? A: Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m learning something new every day. No two days are the same, no two piece of jewelry is the same, and no two customers are the same. I like the challenge of working hard to stay relevant.


Andy’s Top 5

Q: STORE 5a is thriving. Why? A: For 40 years, Baby Boomers were the most aspirational consumers our society had ever seen. People acquired all of these luxurious brands that will last a lifetime: Cartier, Rolex, Patek, Yurman, Prada. Eventually, they realized they wanted less. Meanwhile, a new generation was looking to reuse. All of those luxury pieces have great stories and great histories, and there is value in reusing items that were so beautifully made. The biggest challenge was and is authenticating these items, refurbishing the items and then establishing the correct value. There is nobody more TXDOLÀHGWKDQXV³WKHSHRSOHZKR originally sold and serviced the pieces. Through STORE 5a, we have created a unique luxury shopping experience for people who want to sell or own beautiful items.

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Q: You look forward, always. What’s next? A: Technology is going to allow us to do fast and unique customization. Scanning, 3D printing and computeraided design are tools that are going to enable us to allow the customer to engage in both design and customization every step of the way. We can show them the design, print it in model form, WZHDNLWDQGWKHQKDQGFUHDWHDÀQLVKHG product that means something personal WRWKHP7KLVFDQDOOEHGRQHTXLFNO\³ and at a great price.

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MEET THE FUTURE

Alex and Jesse Johnson mark the third generation to enter the family jewelry business.

Alex Johnson, 24, is a Kingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s College alum who also holds a graduate gemologist degree from the Gemological Institute of America. He is a buyer at Diamond Cellar Holdings with a passion for music, watches and family. Q: Earliest family business memory? A: I remember going to work with my dad, and back then, he used to always wear a suit. Not wanting to be out of place, I would wear a tiny suit and a clip-on tie to be like him.

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person you love and having her accept that token.

Q: Favorite customer story? A: An elderly gentleman once came in for a watch appraisal. When the appraiser showed it to me, I noticed Q: Best business advice from Dad? immediately that it was a vintage Rolex Daytona. I then looked at the caseback, A: Keep oneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s own counsel. which was engraved 12/25/1965. We called the customer and asked if he was Q: Favorite piece of jewelry? A: My mom and dad gave me a necklace the only owner. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Yeah,â&#x20AC;? he said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;My when I was six years old. I havenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t taken wife bought it for me for Christmas in 1965.â&#x20AC;? She had paid a couple hundred LWRÍżVLQFH dollars, he noted. I had the pleasure of telling the customer that his watch was Q: Favorite jewelry youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve gifted? worth way more than a couple hundred A: My wifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s engagement ring. There is dollars now. inexplicable joy in giving a ring to the

Jesse Johnson, 26, has a degree in political science from Ohio State University and a deep appreciation for and love of music (he writes it, plays it and revels in watching it live). He is the founder of STORE 5a. Q: What is your earliest memory of the family business? A: I remember my grandma telling the movers they were going to hurt themselves when they were lifting cases into the new store on Henderson. Q: Why do you love what you do? A: When I was a kid, I wanted to be a construction worker. I always wanted to build things. I feel like Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m building VRPHWKLQJWRGD\RQO\LQDGLÍżHUHQW way. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m extremely passionate about building and growing the STORE 5a brand and experience. Q: Where is STORE 5a in 5 years? $,Ă&#x20AC;UPO\EHOLHYHLWZLOOFRQWLQXH growing both in-store and online. Our

goal is to create a branded experience so that when you think pre-owned, you will want to buy from STORE 5a. Q: Best business advice from your father? $7KHGLÍżHUHQFHEHWZHHQJRRGDQG great is 10%. Q: Favorite piece of jewelry gifted to you? A: My dad once gave me a vintage Rolex. The design is really simple and clean. It means a lot to me. Q: Favorite piece of jewelry youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve gifted? My wifeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s engagement ring. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll never forget that moment. 20

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Masai ring $2,670

Diamond stud earrings $995

Blue sapphire Cascade ring $4,090

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ROBERTO COIN Venetian Princess locket pendant $6,400


ROBERTO COIN MARCO BICEGO Lunaria lapis ring $2,430

Love emoji necklace $790 Cool emoji necklace $790 Diamond kiss emoji $900

PESAVENTO Polvere square-cut ring $251

ROBERTO COIN Classic Parisienne earrings $2,750

MARCO BICEGO Masai bracelet $4,990

ROBERTO COIN Venetian Princess ring $2,950

CORUM Admiral Legend 38 $14,700


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Classic Chain bracelet in black rubber $295

Hematine Anvil signet ring $800

JOHN HARDY Classic Chain with wood beads bracelet $695

JOHN HARDY Legends Naga dog tag necklace $795

DAVID YURMAN )RUJHGFDUERQFXͿOLQNV $1,495

FABER-CASTELL Ondoro wood rollerball pen $150 Black matte Tamitio pen $225

DAVID YURMAN Faceted band ring $1,850

RAYMOND WEIL Limited Edition Maestro “The Beatles Abbey Road” $1,395


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LAGOS Enso diamond circle necklace $5,000

MARCO BICEGO Lunaria ring $2,400

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Onda linear earrings $325

Black Jade earrings $1,950

DAVID YURMAN Peridot Osetra bangle $900 Hampton blue topaz Osetra bangle $900

NOMOS GLASHÜTTE Neomatik Signalrot $4,120

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Pavé Magnipheasant wing earrings $8,000

Diamond triangle earrings $1,600

PESAVENTO Polvere hoop earrings $389

Diamond leaf pendant $381

LAGOS Signature Caviar pearl earrings $300

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JOHN HARDY Legends Naga bracelet $1,795

PENNY PREVILLE Moderne necklace $2,995 Diamond eyeglass chain $2,895

PESAVENTO Stardust bracelet $700

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Ivy gold links earrings $9,300

Bamboo pearl necklace $795

DAVID YURMAN Blue topaz and diamond Châtelaine ring $950

STEPHEN WEBSTER Love Me Love Me Not pink opal ring $4,500

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Emerald and diamond Art Deco earrings $43,534

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Diamond halo ring $64,750

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Datejust Pearlmaster $50,950

World Time Chronograph $73,712

Cosmograph Daytona $12,400

Master Ultra-thin Perpetual Calendar $30,100

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Sapphire and diamond ring $34,657

STEPHEN WEBSTER Black diamond Magnipheasant feather bracelet $11,000

MIKIMOTO Black South Sea pearl strand $14,000

CHRISTOPHER DESIGNS Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Amour Crisscut ring $28,834

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ROBERTO DEMEGLIO Black matte ceramic diamond one-row Domino bracelet $3,600

ROBERTO DEMEGLIO Rose gold black matte ceramic diamond Domino bracelet $1,020

JOHN HARDY Bamboo ring $595

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Lunaria black mother-ofpearl and diamond pendant 

Black sapphire and ivy bead bracelet $1,595

Lunaria black mother-ofpearl and diamond necklace $10,890

YOSSI HARARI Sara diamond ring $9,290

KWIAT Diamond star necklace $2,650

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CHARLES KRYPELL Skye earrings $286

PENNY PREVILLE Diamond bangle $7,000 Diamond bezel-set bangle $6,485

TARA PEARLS South Sea pearl and diamond ring $1,969

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STORE 5a buys and sells authenticated, pre-owned luxury jewelry, timepieces and handbags.

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THE GOODS We buy and sell the EHVWRIWKHEHVW

PRE-OWNED ROLEX SUBMARINER

$5,900 &203$5('72

PRE-OWNED HALO ENGAGEMENT RING

$3,770 &203$5('72

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PRE-OWNED CORAL & DIAMOND RING

$775 &203$5('72

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THE EXPERTS

Robert and Seth don’t just like watches; they love them. Here, meet the Diamond Cellar watch experts who refurbish every timepiece that comes through the doors of STORE 5a.

Robert ON LONGEVITY I’ve worked on watches at Diamond Cellar for 25 years. ON INTRIGUE I like diagnostics and trying to figure out issues. ON HIS FIRST TIMEPIECE Timex ON WHAT HE’S WEARING NOW Rolex GMT Master II

Seth

ON TIMEPIECE PASSION Timepieces are one of the few machines that are expected to run accurately without intervention. The engineering has to be so accurate, it’s amazing. ON REPAIR ROOTS My dad was a large influence on me, as he was always working on something to save money. Holding the flashlight for my dad for all those years exposed me to a large variety of ideas and concepts. Being able to repair items is relaxing to me, and the end result is so rewarding. ON HIS FIRST TIMEPIECE It was a Colibri pocket watch—skeleton with Roman dial, exhibition back, a Chinese 2650 movement, yellow plated. I still own it along with the original receipt. I had to open a line of credit to purchase it for $150 plus tax. 36

ON CHALLENGES I worked on a small ladies Gucci timepiece. The owner was in a motorcycle accident, and her watch suffered road rash along with her. She wanted to bring it back to like-new condition without putting new parts on the watch. I was able to restore the aesthetic look without compromising the hard lines and shape of each part. ON STORE 5a The inventory comes from all eras and is always changing, so it’s great for finding something that fits your personality. I see why some people go for this idea of owning something with so much history. Imagine a vintage timepiece with a love engraving. Think about the happiness that watch brought to someone—the time they had together, locked in that watch forever.


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C AV I A R C O L L E C T I O N S

M Y L A G O S M Y W AY


A DESIGNER’S PERSPEC TIVE STE VEN L AGOS SHARES HIS INSPIRATION BEHIND THE ART OF CAVIAR

1. W HAT I S U N I Q U E ABO U T L AG OS? T h r o u g h o u t o u r b r a n d ’ s h i s t o r y, w e h a v e s t r i v e d to make designs that a re both high - qual it y a n d ve r s a t i l e f o r eve r y d a y w e a r. C a v i a r, our signature design, sets our brand apa r t and allows for our handcrafted pieces to be immediately recognizable. The unique texture of the Caviar rope bracelet is tr uly a feat of both engineer ing and exper t craf tsmanship. Ou r b racelet is k nown to move seam lessly w ith the body – its comfor table f it is unparalleled i n t h e i n d u s t r y. T h i s i s e s p e c i a l l y s i g n i f i c a n t a s we ce l e b rate o u r 4 0 t h a n n i ve r sa r y t h i s fa l l . We create a por tfolio of jewel r y that allows you to p i ck o ut yo u r ow n s t y l e; we h ave a l ot of silhouettes, different st yles and colors. The idea i s : M Y L A G O S M Y W AY.

2 . W H AT I S YO U R S O U R C E O F I N S P I R AT I O N? Travel is a constant sou rce of inspi ration. W h e n I ’m t ra ve l i n g , I ’m a l wa y s l o o k i n g fo r local crafts. Things people are doing that are indigenous to the area and ideas that I can wo r k i nto a co l l e ct i o n . W h e n I ’m o n t h e p l a n e it’s o n e of t h e o n l y t i m es I a ct u a l l y d i sco n n e ct. Being in a different time zone allows me to focus and obsess about the details of our j e w e l r y. L i k e t h e c l a s p o f a b r a c e l e t , o r t h e luminous beading of si lver and gold in ou r Caviar Collection.

3 . H OW D O YO U D E F I N E T H E S T Y L E O F T H E WO M E N WE AR I NG L AGOS? Wo m e n a re at t h e ce nte r of eve r y t h i n g we d o. We fo l l ow a wo m a n w h o i s a s m u lt i fa cete d a s t h e L AG O S s h e we a r s a n d w h o ce l e b rates t h e ve r s a t i l i t y o f C a v i a r, i t s g l a m o u r p o t e n t i a l jux taposed with its casual appeal. Jewel r y is a s u p e r p e r so n a l ta l i s m a n p e o p l e h a ve; i t m e a n s a l o t t o t h e m . We’r e w o r k i n g o n p i e c e s t h a t a r e g o i n g t o b e a p a r t o f p e o p l e’s l i ve s fo r a ver y long time. When we design, we make su re to tie back to our signature Caviar with the intention that all collections can be layered and stacked.

4 . H OW D O YO U C H O O S E M AT E R I A L S W H E N DESIGNING A NEW COLLECTION? W h e n I d e s i g n e d B l a c k C a v i a r, I d r e a m e d o f creating a Caviar bracelet that retur ned to the roots of my or iginal hematite design. I searched for the per fect mater ial before finally choosing ceramic. I then went on to spend three years developing the technology that would give the c e r a m i c b e a d s t h e i r s i g n a t u r e C a v i a r l u s t e r. When you have the per fect gemstones, the per fect diamonds, the per fect mater ial, they real ly speak to you.


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MEET WATERSHED

Watershed Distillery perfected spirits with spirit. Now, the duo behind the drinks is serving up an equally exciting dining experience with Watershed Kitchen & Bar—and helping Diamond Cellar celebrate 70 with a cocktail that wows. When Greg Lehman and Dave Rigo set out to start Watershed Distillery, it was a series of watershed moments that made it possible. The scariest of them? Leaving their corporate day jobs to pursue a dream. In 2010, they launched. In 2012, they brought to market &HQWUDO2KLR·VÀUVWOHJDOO\GLVWLOOHGERXUERQZKLVNH\SRVW Prohibition. In 2017, they opened a restaurant. Now, their spirits are distributed from New York to Grand Cayman. “We all share a course—good, bad or transformative,” Lehman and Rigo say. “At Watershed, we celebrate this common course. The pursuit of dreams, the roads less traveled, the changes that help us evolve, achieve and arrive.”

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1.5 oz. Watershed Vodka

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Enjoy our signature cocktail, hors d’oeuvres and other refreshments as you browse the latest collections and enjoy special savings when you buy direct from the designers.

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The Artisan Handcrafted Modern Chain Collection

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Columbus couple turns reclaimed Ohio barn wood into world-class furniture and gifts.

Q&A MEET THE MAKERS Theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re passionate about good work, sustainability and each other. And theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re building their business while raising three kids younger than eight. Here, meet Ohio State University alums Lindsay and Alex Remley, founders of Re:work Furnishings. Q: Whatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s your mission? Lindsay: We are both creatively driven and like items that have purpose. Having fewer items but high-quality items is the way we live our life. We want you to have beautiful, well-made furniture and home decor that will stand the test of timeâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and your kids! Alex: I want to build cool shit that people like and that is functional.

Alex Remley was gifted a pile of barn wood and challenged to give it new life. Years later, his family is still HDWLQJRÍżRIWKHGLQLQJURRP table he crafted from that woodâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and the business it ELUWKHGLVĂ RXULVKLQJ Re:work Furnishings is a family-powered custom millwork shop that uses reclaimed Ohio barn wood

and locally sourced materials to produce world-class, sustainable furniture, gifts and FRPPHUFLDOĂ&#x20AC;[WXUHVIRU customers nationwide. Now, the business that started in the Remleysâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; garage in 2012 is shipping custom dining tables as far as London and making magic for corporate partners like Homage, Jeniâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Splendid Ice Creams and Watershed Kitchen & Bar. 42

This year, it moved its 10person team into a spacious, 10,000-square-foot industrial barn in Grandview with a workshop and retail space. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This journey has been exciting and humbling,â&#x20AC;? Alex says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Columbus has so many talented, creative people doing FRROVWXÍż:H¡UHKRQRUHG to count many of them as partnersâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and to be pushing the envelope with them.â&#x20AC;?

Q: You use reclaimed and locally sourced wood. What does that mean? Alex: We reuse materials and source locally to support other local small businesses. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s an important foundation for our lives. 4$UH\RXVWLOOXVLQJWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVW table you made? Lindsay: Yes. And itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s still my absolute favorite piece. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not WKHĂ&#x20AC;QHVWFUDIWVPDQVKLSEHFDXVH LWZDVWKHĂ&#x20AC;UVWEXW\RX¡YHJRWWR start somewhere. I would never trade it. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s perfect.


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PRE-OWNED LADIES TAG HEUER CARERRA

$1,000

PRE-OWNED SCOTT KAY BRACELET

COMPARED TO $1,500

$947 COMPARED TO $1,895

PRE-OWNED PRADA BAROQUE SUNGLASSES

PRE-OWNED LOUIS VUITTON EPI BUCCI BAG

$140

$425

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