WORLD OF KARCH

The sticker shock from all your "add to carts" can play a significant part in whether or not consumers checkout. Klarna is reinventing the shopping experience to make it easier for consumers to get what they want now and pay for it later. Call it immediate gratification, and we're certainly on board.

With their Pay In 4 financing model, customers can shop today, receive their goods tomorrow, and pay over time in 4 installments. With no interest and/or red tape - treat yourself to a little bling in advance of Halloween. Celebrate the Day of The Dead in our Mini Mundo Skulls and other charms for a festive look.

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Once again, we're popping up at the Jill Lindsey Store at Rockefeller Center. After our last #NYFW pop-up event, Jill invited us back for another special evening. In partnership with The Woolfer + HelloRevel, come join us on Wednesday, October 13 for a women's empowerment event focused on shopping, fashion, and styling.
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During New York Fashion Week, the city is an exciting place to be. After keeping quiet the last few seasons, events begin again on September 8th.  We're excited to be able to show this week at a curated pop-up with 5 other NY based, cutting edge designers.

The even is being held at the Jill Lindsey boutique in Rockefeller Center - 70 West 50th between 5th & 6th Avenue. Come see us Wednesday, September 8th - Sunday, September 12th from 12-7pm. We’d love to see you, show you our newest pieces, and give you styling tips on how to layer and stack your jewels.

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"Engagement rings tend to steal the spotlight when it comes to marriage-related jewelry, but the wedding band shouldn’t be overlooked. After all, this is the only part of the wedding that you’ll be looking at every day for a long, long time." We agree and are thrilled to be featured in NY Mag's story, "The Best Wedding Rings According To Cool People".
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Instantly identifiable, there is little confusion to what stone a turquoise gem is. Minerals like copper and iron give it distinctive blue and green tones and its matrix of brown, gray and gold can either increase its value or decrease its beauty depending on your personal preference.

Turquoise was love at first sight for Karen. Her eye for turquoise developed early on as she was raised near the region famous for mining this rich, blue gem. The stone features heavily in the jewelry of indigenous tribes of the US Southwest region, holding importance as an attractor of good fortune and a provider of strength.

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