National Jewelry Institute Hosts Second Gala Dinner with Parsons School of Design

In the midst of the ongoing couture shows in Paris, the National Jewelry Institute (NJI) and the Parsons School of Design recently hosted their second annual gala dinner at the prestigious Louvre museum.

It was a glamorous black tie event, gathering European royals, fashion and jewelry enthusiasts and experts, and official ambassadors from different countries all under one venue. Presided by SAR La Princess Camilla de Bourbon de Deux Siciles, guests included NJI founder Judith Price, Prince and Princess d’Arenberg, Fawaz Gruozi, Sophie Taylor, Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna, among others.

But more than being a party, it was a celebration of NJI and Parsons’ commitment to create educational courses for the art of fine jewelry and the business of luxury.

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