Celebrating Four Decades of Empowerment The Women’s Jewelry Association (WJA) celebrated an important milestone at the WJA Ruby Gala on November 2nd, 2023, held at the iconic Seagram Building in New York City. This event marked 40 years of commitment to empowering women in the jewellery and watch industries.
A Night of Elegance at the Seagram Building The Seagram Building, a symbol of architectural excellence, provided a stunning backdrop for an evening that combined elegance, entertainment, and philanthropy. A candlelit red-carpet entrance and interior exuding timeless glamour set the tone for the night.
A Gathering of Industry Leaders and Innovators
Susan Chandler, WJA President, highlighted the evening’s significance, emphasizing the power of coming together as an industry to celebrate achievements and build a legacy.
Gourmet Delights and Stellar Performances The cocktail reception featured gourmet offerings by Major Food Group, and the night was further adorned with performances from renowned artists, adding a touch of enchantment to the gala.
The Thrill of the Auction A key moment of the evening was the exhilarating auction led by Caroline Ervin of Lydia Fenet Agency, which featured luxurious items like a five-star retreat and an exclusive Balmain Paris Fashion Week package.
An Event of Industry Significance and Philanthropy The WJA Ruby Gala was not just a celebration of 40 years of progress but also a pivotal event for generating support for women in the jewellery and watch industries.
Contributing to the WJA Cause To further support the WJA’s mission, donations are welcomed at WJA Donation Link.
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