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Suzy Nagle, Director for Tiffany & Co. in the Forum Shops, has no daughters, just sons.
So it appears the nieces of the 16-year veteran of Tiffany & Co. are in store for their fair share of coveted little blue boxes.
Born and raised in San Diego, Suzy spent many years working in fashion before switching to the jewelry industry 16 years ago.
has lived in LA, Boston, Maui and now Las Vegas, opening Tiffany stores along the way.
"The many places I have lived give me a better appreciation of jewelry tastes having worked on both coasts," she
Musing that women are often afraid to gift themselves jewelry, Suzy
believes "jewelry is one of the best ways for an individual to express themselves and their own personal style.
shared with us the social pieces from her
collection which, by the way, still all have their original blue boxes.
Las Vegas SUN: Columnist Elizabeth Foyt: McCool remembered at school fundraiser
Suzy Nagle, director of Tiffany & Co. at Bellagio, hosted a dazzling "Girls' Night Out" party on Thursday.
Seen discussing their February 2006 "red-tie" gala with Suzy Nagle
were Krista Johnson and Rachel Miller, who will co-chair the Junior League event.
Las Vegas SUN: Columnist Muriel Stevens: An continues journey with new bistro
Tiffany general manager Suzy Nagle was overwhelmed with compliments from guests.
Las Vegas SUN: Columnist Elizabeth Foyt: Dignitaries honored at annual benefit dinner
Suzy Nagle (Tiffany & Co.) and Mike Solosky were heard discussing the after-hours Deborah Gibson performance at Tiffany's Bellagio store -- a special offering for gala attendees.
...Touring the exhibits of fossils, photos and historic footnotes was Las Vegas City Manager Doug Selby, with wife Susan, and their young children Matthew and Rachel.
Las Vegas SUN: Columnist Elizabeth Foyt: Epicurean Club feeds educational needs at dinner
Suzy Nagle, Tiffany's Las Vegas director, was host to the party, greeting guests who included Commissioner Lynette Boggs McDonald, Richard Wimmer (deputy general manager of the Las Vegas Valley Water District), University Regent Thalia Dondero, developer Tito Tiberti, Vince Alberta, business consultant Amy Ayoub, Rebecca Cope, Caro Vernon (Wells Fargo) and Frances Breland, director of the Springs Preserve.