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“You can’t be in the business of trying to please people all the time,” says Stella & Dot CEO

Just over a decade ago female entrepreneur Jessica Herrin launched Stella & Do – a social selling company which would allow women to run their own jewellery business to their lifestyles. Ultimately Stella & Dot launched with a mission to offer working women flexibility, reward, style, profit, and fun, and to date this vision still

REACH LIST 2016: Top five specialist e-tailers

Luxury online jewellery marketplace JewelStreet.com has been going from strength-to-strength since its launch in 2012. Following some extensive rebrands, the specialist e-tailer now focuses on offering consumers fine jewellery from a wide variety of designers. And, with customers becoming more comfortable purchasing high-end items online, the business has done no harm in positioning itself in

REACH LIST: Top 5 specialist e-tailers

The Professional Jeweller 2015 Reach List presents to you the top 5 online players from the specialist e-tailers category. The top 5 digital doyen specialist e-tailers are as follows: 77 Diamonds Facebook likes: 47,940 Twitter followers: 8,564 Instagram followers: 4,158 Alexa UK ranking: 10,448 Reach ranking: 6   Astley Clarke Facebook likes: 10,920 Twitter followers: 8,917 Instagram followers: 13,500 Alexa UK

Allumer and Stella & Dot make Drapers shortlist

Brands selected for Accessories Designer of the Year category. A shortlist of eight finalists has been announced for the Accessories Designer of the Year accolade at the Drapers Footwear and Accessories Awards 2014. Included in the list of nominees is Allumer Jewellery created by designer Natasha Leith-Smith, who launched her new Made in Britain collection

Stella & Dot COO makes jump to Nixon CEO role

Nick Stowe takes over Andy Laats at fashion-led accessories brand. By Kate Doherty Nixon has named British businessman Nick Stowe as its new chief executive officer, stepping in to replace Andy Laats who is changing roles for family health reasons. The Californian brand, which specialises in watches and accessories for the youth market, said that