For Australian jeweller Jan Logan, the business is all in the family these days. In town to plug a new collection and celebrate her IFC shop's move to a new location - instead of being clustered with other jewellery stores, the shop that carries her name is now strategically placed among fashion boutiques to stand out from the competition - Logan was joined by her son, Angus, now the company's managing director, at a Friday afternoon cocktail reception. Clearly, mother and son haven't had too many disputes in this family affair. 'It's wonderful my son is in charge of the business,' Logan (right) said. 'He's my boss.' It seems artistic flair also runs in the family. Another son, Andrew, is a painter and recently had an exhibition at the Cat Street Gallery on Hollywood Road. Furthermore, the next generation of Logans seem to have jewellery designing in their blood too. One of Jan's grandchildren, 13-year-old Fiona, is gaining work experience at one of the family's shops in Australia. 'She is a fantastic artist. She is already capable of designing rings,' Logan said. As for another grandkid, Logan uses her as a muse. 'My infant granddaughter, Teya, was responsible for inspiring me to design the collection Bijoux, which includes delicate bracelets made with pink opal, aquamarine and white pearls.'