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Carolyn Meers

Associate Editor

As an associate editor, Carolyn Meers edits and writes for Robb Report both in print and online. In addition to focusing on the jewelry category, she also contributes to Robb Report sibling publications Health & Wellness and Home & Style. Meers is a proud UC Santa Barbara Gaucho and has previously worked for Modern Luxury Media, DaySpa magazine, and Stylus, a consumer lifestyle research and advisory firm based in London. A creative writer from a young age, Meers turned her focus to journalism after spending time working for a news website in Wellington, New Zealand's capital city. Meers is a podcast enthusiast, swimmer, marathoner, and a self-proclaimed snack connoisseur.

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Nearly 100 years after her great-grandfather founded the Buccellati jewelry house in Milan, 28-year-old co-creative designer Lucrezia Buccellati is imbuing the world-renowned brand with modern...
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After a few months of residency at the Smithsonian alongside the legendary Hope Diamond, the so-called Foxfire diamond is hitting the road. The 187-carat gem—which was unearthed in 2015 from beneath...

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