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Precious Cargo: Episode 6

Posted by Gabriela on 26th Apr 2018

Can I rave for a minute? I love going to Columbus, OH, of all places in America, because I am just so madly in love with the team over at the Saks Fifth Avenue store. I’ve never met a group of people that are so stylish, fun and full of joy! The clients are top-notch, strong, ambitious women with impeccable taste. They are true Carelle Girls. What, pray tell, is a Carelle Girl? She’s a fiercely independent woman who lives her life by her terms. I have the pleasure and extreme joy of working for the OG Carelle Girl, Chana Regev, who pushes our troupe of fearless females […]

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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 5

Posted by Gabriela on 10th Apr 2018

I attended Boston University for two years and after one particularly horrific winter I decided to transfer to the University of Hawaii; where the only snow to worry about is shave ice. I hate being cold. I have a trunk show at one of my favorite stores, Neiman Marcus in Natick, a suburb of Boston. In spite of warnings of yet another Nor’easter, I’m really excited. The Natick team is just undeniably special—intelligent, sophisticated, and of course, hilarious. You literally cannot live in that climate without having a great sense of humor! The motto when I lived in Bosto […]

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Precious Cargo: Episode 4

Posted by Gabriela on 4th Apr 2018

So yeah, where did we leave off? From Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica, we are told that our destination, Bocas del Toro, Panama is super easy to get to. Just take the bus and then take a taxi and you’ll be there. I was a bit suspicious since a) Costa Ricans are famous for giving terrible directions and b) I had rented a cabin on a remote outer island.We hop on a bus in Puerto Viejo to Sixaola on the Panamanian border. We will get there “rapidito” via bus, according to our new friends at the bus stop. After winding up through the jungle and stopping in various indigenous villages we desce […]

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