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Background Information

Employment History

Costume Jewelry Collectors Int'l


Jewelry Design Professionals' Network


Adjunct Professor

Fashion Institute of Technology


Consultant and Creative Director To the Jewelry Department

QVC , Inc.


Visuals Analysis Trends Designs...Plus

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN SOURCE Ltd


Affiliations

JDPN

Board Member


Web References(16 Total References)


Past CJCI Speakers

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Barbara Raleigh
CJCI 2015 Convention Speaker Barbara Raleigh CJCI 2015 Convention Speaker Barbara Raleigh Sponsored by the Providence Women's Jewelry Association, jewelry veteran Barbara Raleigh, whose knowledge and experience ranges from the big picture to the smallest detail will be presenting at this year's 2015 Costume Jewelry Collectors International Conference. Barbara has served the jewelry industry from 1978 to date. From her art background, she began her career designing and producing one-of-a-kind enamel and karat gold works shown in numerous galleries in New York City. Her career in the costume jewelry industry began at Trifari, one of the oldest and most famous brands in the history of costume jewelry, where she was Vice President of Design. There she managed every aspect of the business from design, creation and development to manufacturing, sourcing, product development, marketing, merchandising and sales. Then at Etienne Aigner, she pioneered their jewelry lines and collections helping to build a $14 million company. She has also helped grow the businesses of other international and domestic companies from small start-ups to bigger established firms. She has traveled the globe working with manufacturers and designers from the Philippines, China, Japan, Italy, and England among other countries. Barbara has spoken at jewelry trade shows and organizations on trends and directions, taught at Fashion Institute of Technology as an adjunct professor, and even had her own television show in the United States and the United Kingdom on QVC, where she worked as a consultant and creative director to the jewelry department. Barbara's current venture, International Design Source based in New York City, was founded in 2010. Barbara's serves her clients by utilizing her expertise in all aspects of the business, from concept and development to sourcing, manufacturing, merchandising, and sales. Her business travels to the fashion meccas of the world to research and report on upcoming trends and directions. Her trend forecasts published twice a year, Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter, offer her customers information about current fashion movements, demonstrate why these forecasts are important, and illustrate how they are interpreted in other industries and by the competition. For more information, please contact: Barbara Raleigh at brtrends@aol.com


www.costumejewelrycollectors.com

Barbara Raleigh
CJCI 2015 Convention Speaker Barbara Raleigh CJCI 2015 Convention Speaker Barbara Raleigh Sponsored by the Providence Women's Jewelry Association, jewelry veteran Barbara Raleigh, whose knowledge and experience ranges from the big picture to the smallest detail will be presenting at this year's 2015 Costume Jewelry Collectors International Conference. Barbara has served the jewelry industry from 1978 to date. From her art background, she began her career designing and producing one-of-a-kind enamel and karat gold works shown in numerous galleries in New York City. Her career in the costume jewelry industry began at Trifari, one of the oldest and most famous brands in the history of costume jewelry, where she was Vice President of Design. There she managed every aspect of the business from design, creation and development to manufacturing, sourcing, product development, marketing, merchandising and sales. Then at Etienne Aigner, she pioneered their jewelry lines and collections helping to build a $14 million company. She has also helped grow the businesses of other international and domestic companies from small start-ups to bigger established firms. She has traveled the globe working with manufacturers and designers from the Philippines, China, Japan, Italy, and England among other countries. Barbara has spoken at jewelry trade shows and organizations on trends and directions, taught at Fashion Institute of Technology as an adjunct professor, and even had her own television show in the United States and the United Kingdom on QVC, where she worked as a consultant and creative director to the jewelry department. Barbara's current venture, International Design Source based in New York City, was founded in 2010. Barbara's serves her clients by utilizing her expertise in all aspects of the business, from concept and development to sourcing, manufacturing, merchandising, and sales. Her business travels to the fashion meccas of the world to research and report on upcoming trends and directions. Her trend forecasts published twice a year, Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter, offer her customers information about current fashion movements, demonstrate why these forecasts are important, and illustrate how they are interpreted in other industries and by the competition. For more information, please contact: Barbara Raleigh at brtrends@aol.com


costumejewelrycollectors.com

Barbara Raleigh
CJCI 2015 Convention Speaker Barbara Raleigh CJCI 2015 Convention Speaker Barbara Raleigh Sponsored by the Providence Women's Jewelry Association, jewelry veteran Barbara Raleigh, whose knowledge and experience ranges from the big picture to the smallest detail will be presenting at this year's 2015 Costume Jewelry Collectors International Conference. Barbara has served the jewelry industry from 1978 to date. From her art background, she began her career designing and producing one-of-a-kind enamel and karat gold works shown in numerous galleries in New York City. Her career in the costume jewelry industry began at Trifari, one of the oldest and most famous brands in the history of costume jewelry, where she was Vice President of Design. There she managed every aspect of the business from design, creation and development to manufacturing, sourcing, product development, marketing, merchandising and sales. Then at Etienne Aigner, she pioneered their jewelry lines and collections helping to build a $14 million company. She has also helped grow the businesses of other international and domestic companies from small start-ups to bigger established firms. She has traveled the globe working with manufacturers and designers from the Philippines, China, Japan, Italy, and England among other countries. Barbara has spoken at jewelry trade shows and organizations on trends and directions, taught at Fashion Institute of Technology as an adjunct professor, and even had her own television show in the United States and the United Kingdom on QVC, where she worked as a consultant and creative director to the jewelry department. Barbara's current venture, International Design Source based in New York City, was founded in 2010. Barbara's serves her clients by utilizing her expertise in all aspects of the business, from concept and development to sourcing, manufacturing, merchandising, and sales. Her business travels to the fashion meccas of the world to research and report on upcoming trends and directions. Her trend forecasts published twice a year, Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter, offer her customers information about current fashion movements, demonstrate why these forecasts are important, and illustrate how they are interpreted in other industries and by the competition. For more information, please contact: Barbara Raleigh at brtrends@aol.com Tags:Barbara Raleigh, CJCI 2015 Jewelry Convention, Coro, Ed Perrotti, Frankli Wild™, Gene Verri, IBB/Jule B, International Design Source, Jewelry Convention, Jewelry History, Kevin Friedman, Koral Michael Whalton, Kris Brandriff, Melinda Lewis, Mike Ruggiero, Model Making, Models LTD, Napier, Rhode School of Design, Scannavino, Speakers, Trifari, Wendy Gell, Wendy Gell Jewelry Making Class, WJA


www.costumejewelrycollectors.com

Barbara Raleigh
CJCI 2015 Convention Speaker Barbara Raleigh CJCI 2015 Convention Speaker Barbara Raleigh Sponsored by the Providence Women's Jewelry Association, jewelry veteran Barbara Raleigh, whose knowledge and experience ranges from the big picture to the smallest detail will be presenting at this year's 2015 Costume Jewelry Collectors International Conference. Barbara has served the jewelry industry from 1978 to date. From her art background, she began her career designing and producing one-of-a-kind enamel and karat gold works shown in numerous galleries in New York City. Her career in the costume jewelry industry began at Trifari, one of the oldest and most famous brands in the history of costume jewelry, where she was Vice President of Design. There she managed every aspect of the business from design, creation and development to manufacturing, sourcing, product development, marketing, merchandising and sales. Then at Etienne Aigner, she pioneered their jewelry lines and collections helping to build a $14 million company. She has also helped grow the businesses of other international and domestic companies from small start-ups to bigger established firms. She has traveled the globe working with manufacturers and designers from the Philippines, China, Japan, Italy, and England among other countries. Barbara has spoken at jewelry trade shows and organizations on trends and directions, taught at Fashion Institute of Technology as an adjunct professor, and even had her own television show in the United States and the United Kingdom on QVC, where she worked as a consultant and creative director to the jewelry department. Barbara's current venture, International Design Source based in New York City, was founded in 2010. Barbara's serves her clients by utilizing her expertise in all aspects of the business, from concept and development to sourcing, manufacturing, merchandising, and sales. Her business travels to the fashion meccas of the world to research and report on upcoming trends and directions. Her trend forecasts published twice a year, Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter, offer her customers information about current fashion movements, demonstrate why these forecasts are important, and illustrate how they are interpreted in other industries and by the competition. For more information, please contact: Barbara Raleigh at brtrends@aol.com Tags:Barbara Raleigh, CJCI 2015 Jewelry Convention, Coro, Ed Perrotti, Frankli Wild™, Gene Verri, IBB/Jule B, International Design Source, Jewelry Convention, Jewelry History, Kevin Friedman, Koral Michael Whalton, Kris Brandriff, Melinda Lewis, Mike Ruggiero, Model Making, Models LTD, Napier, Rhode School of Design, Scannavino, Speakers, Trifari, Wendy Gell, Wendy Gell Jewelry Making Class, WJA


Jewelry Design Professionals’ Network

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Barbara Raleigh
Fashion Institute of Technology 7th Ave @ 27th Street


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