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A local's guide to the best spring dates in NYC

Posted by Gabriela on 4th May 2018

Ah, summertime in the city! New Yorkers get to ditch the parkas, show some skin, and play like children in the city that never sleeps. Whether you’re into the arts, nature, or a tasty food, NYC has you covered. Get your sundress ready, put on the strappy sandals, drip in diamonds and get out there and have some fun!If you both like the Arts…MET: Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic ImaginationThe exhibition will span across three venues; the Anna Wintour Costume Center, the MET medieval galleries and the Cloisters, located uptown in Fort Tryon Park. The show runs from May […]

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Debra Messing Visits Carelle

Posted by Carelle Girls on 25th Apr 2018

Debra Messing, jewelry enthusiast and actress extraordinaire, came to visit the Carelle showroom to look at the latest collections. Her favorites were from our new Disco Dots collection, particularly the new Disco Ball pendant and Disco studs. We had such a fun afternoon with her, learning about her many passions, which include philanthropy, and of course, jewelry, since she grew up in her father's jewelry factory in Rhode Island.   […]

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Precious Cargo: Episode 1

Posted by Gabriela on 22nd Feb 2018

I reside in airports and hotels approximately 50% of the year. It’s the sort of life that isn’t for everyone, but if you enjoy observing the culture at large, it is pretty damn entertaining. I’d like to take you along for a ride with my new segment here on the Carelle blog.I’m reporting live from Birmingham, Alabama. I like to pronounce it the way the English do, with a silent “h” because Tommy Shelby (so dreamy!), from Peaky Blinders says it that way and he can do no wrong. It’s fun to say it out loud: “Birming-UM” (English) and then “Birmin-HAM” (Alabamian). Traveling […]

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Dazzling Sapphires

8th Sep 2017

For the month of September the sapphire gemstone makes a spectacular appearance as the feature birthstone or to celebrate a 45th anniversary. The classic sapphire stone is available in a large array of colors, with blue sapphires identified as the most popular. Sapphire is methodically known as the ‘Stone of Wisdom’, and is believed to preserve chastity, discover fraud and protect against diseases. Ancient Greeks wore the stone to provide wisdom and insight at Delphi - to help seek answers when visiting the Oracle at Apollo’s Shrine. Buddhists would use the stone as an amulet to help b […]

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