AERODIAMONDS creates “Diamonds in Space” for today’s discerning luxury client. This new concept is a visible artistry of diamonds connected without traditional mountings.
This is the modern uniqueness of AeroDiamonds: Unlimited designs are created without mounting the stones with prongs or metal channels. Imagine AeroDiamonds’ unique ability to combine high SI quality diamonds of any shape or size in unique designs tailored for you.
Laser technology allows us to join the stones with proprietary platinum rings. Without the need for metal mountings which confine the vibrancy of the diamonds, AeroDiamonds releases “Diamonds in Space.”
In December of 2008, Atelier Minyon opened an exquisite flagship jewelry boutique on Spring Street in the heart of SoHo, New York City – an expansion of their six stores, Jewel House of Minyon, based in Ankara, Turkey. Designer Alp Sagnak creates unique collections that draw upon traditional Turkish design but are infused with a more modern twist. Known for using mixed metals and precious stones like diamonds, black diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds, Atelier Minyon creates one-of-a-kind designs that are hand crafted. The jewelry is, without a doubt, bold and inventive and worn by those who seek something different.
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Taking inspiration from her background in Art History and worldly travels, Emily Faith launched her fine jewelry collection, EF Collection in 2010. Staying true to her personal aesthetic, Emily sets out to create delicate pieces that can be worn and enjoyed everyday with a chic, sexy and feminine feel. Focusing on the use of 14k golds subtly handset with diamonds and precious stones, EF Collection is a distinctive combination of understated glamour and simple elegance.
Native to Czech Republic, Eva became fascinated with the handmade jewelry world while taking classes at The School of Visual Arts and Parson School of Design in New York City.
Having made her mark early on in the textile and fashion industries, Eva wanted to explore the journey of jewelry design and manufacturing. What began as a passionate hobby became a full time reality when Eva Hanusova Designs was created in 2010. Instead of jewelry simply manufactured by a machine, Eva wanted the imperfect beauty and sensual feel found in handcrafted designer jewelry.
Eva's collection was designed, inspired and crafted to reflect the beauty of natural forms with the endless potential of blending color, shape and texture.
Eva Noga Fine Jewelry (Noga, being her married name!) launched in 2017. Eva wanted her second passion, gardening, to be reflected in her delicate collection created using baguette diamonds, tourmalines, faceted gemstones and 14k gold settings. Her passion for anything botanical has inspired her collection filled with diamond-accented beetles, spiders and other worldly critters.
She sees the organic forms that are central to her designs as natural extensions of the body and is drawn to colorful irregular gemstones. Eva puts her heart into each piece that she not only designs, but also manufactures with her own hands.
The collection was launched in 2007 and was quickly selected by Saks Fifth Avenue, Moda Operandi, Catbird, and ABC Carpet and Home amongst other international retailers. The designers trace their roots in jewelry back to their ancestral homeland in the north western deserts of India. Their homeland is a place enchanted by history, mysticism and beauty and is where the edifices of their family lineage still stand today. Each edifice was carved with the most skilled hand; to tell stories of mythology of the land. Through their trips back to India it was these stories that continue to inspire their collections.
From an early age Vikas developed a fascination with the balance of simplicity and purpose in design. With an engineering degree from MIT, Vikas nurtured a nonconformist approach that merge fashion, engineering, and design. Ila tempers Vikas' approach with beauty and softness that was instilled by their mother an FIT graduate of textile design, and by her 8 years of experience designing high end bridal jewelry.
KC Designs creates jewelry that compliments every style from runway chic to Saturday afternoon casual. President Lenny Krol adds, “We want to redefine the image of diamond jewelry . . . making it more fun, approachable and accessible for women of all ages.” In the twenty five years since the company’s inception, KC Designs has garnered the acclaim of celebrities and fashion authorities alike. Distinctive diamond pieces have been showcased in feature films, major television network shows and many popular publications.
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From A to Z , KWIT captures a unique way to express your individuality. In a combination of 14K gold and diamond pave the wearer is met with endless options to customize.
The Lauren K Collection is comprised entirely of handpicked gemstones, crafted in 18 karat gold, and finished with delicate micro pave. Each stone is carefully selected for a variety of reasons. In fact, very few are ever chosen for their unspoiled beauty. Instead, most stand out for their characters and flaws which give the finished piece its own distinctive personality and unique look. Every piece of the Lauren K Collection is proudly crafted in New York City. The collection is feminine, but with a bit of an edge, innovative, yet on trend with the latest fashions.
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Lee Jones Collection by Lee Ann Jones, is a collection of timeless personal fine jewelry. Working in 14k gold, pave diamonds and semi-precious stones, Lee creates modern yet classic pieces which have quickly become staples in her customers’ jewelry wardrobes. Lee’s newest pieces incorporate design elements in both the front and the back, so there is a little sparkle of gold and/or diamonds everywhere. Perhaps it is because this wife, mother, part-time attorney and designer understands first hand the needs of busy women. “It is important to me that every piece in the collection is wearable for women on the go and that my customers make an appropriate entrance and an exit.” Lee’s designs can best be described as an uncomplicated indulgence and transition from day to night effortlessly.
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Liza has an eye for design.
As a girl, Liza Soklove enjoyed countless hours browsing upscale shops in her native Philadelphia, where the designer’s distinct style was cultivated from an early age.
Liza moved to Austin, Texas in 2008 where she began beading for fun. Currently, with the success of Liza Beth Jewelry, she strives to support causes that are close to her heart: Hospice Austin, Seton Breast Care Center, Juvenile Diabetes Austin, animal organizations, PeopleFund and the Jewish Federation.
Meredith Marks reflects inspirations of her Asian travels and embodies the natural beauty and culture of the countries where she travels. Meredith combines the practicality of multi-functional pieces with the raw beauty of natural stones and foreign motifs. Meredith uses gold, silver, precious stones such as diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emeralds and semi-precious colored stones such as moonstone or amethyst melding them into creative modern designs with a classic twist. Meredith hails from Chicago and the fashion districts of Oak Street and Michigan Avenue from a family that was always involved in fashion. Meredith remembers her mother coordinating charity fashion shows and as a former model, Meredith has always been tied to the fashion industry which combined with her passion for fashion, was a natural transition into jewelry design.
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After graduating with a BFA in sculpture from The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, she began creating wire wrapped and pearl pieces as a hobby. “While shopping with my mom I sold a necklace I was wearing- I was so excited! That's when I decided to combine my love of fashion and the arts by starting the Mizuki collection.”
Mizuki’s beautifully modern designs are the result of precise execution and a detailed thought process. Her sensitivity to pearls allows her to create pieces that range from delicate to bold, with a style that she herself possesses which she passes along in every piece .
“I believe that when wearing jewelry, a woman should look styled yet unstudied so that there is a chic nonchalance.”
Since launching her collection in 1996, Mizuki is the designer who put the fashion in fine jewelry and continues to lead the field. In 2016 she won both the Pearl Design award at Centurion and the Pearl Design award at the prestigious Couture Show in Las Vegas.
“Jewelry is personal and evocative. It is emotional and has the power to transform how each of us feel. It should be treasured and most importantly, worn with confidence as it always takes you on a journey to project your true beauty.”
Recognized for his innovative departures from standard metalworking techniques and an experimental aesthetic that is at once modern and classic, Nak Armstrong’s CFDA Award-winning work continues to push the boundaries of design. His work has garnered praise from national press including W, InStyle, Harper’s Bazaar, and WWD. Armstrong’s background in architecture and fashion are evident in the engineering of his designs, as he developed a proprietary technique to suspend stones in metal. Hand-fabricated in Austin, TX, this labor-intensive construction process allows for highly textural and layered designs that are deceptively lightweight.
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When Nora's family left Odessa behind for good, her mother hid her jewels in a transistor radio that she entrusted to Nora, all of ten year's old. A year later they settled in Melbourne, Australia, in a seedy seaside neighborhood called St. Kilda. Then St. Kilda was populated with artists, local aborigines, junkies, holocaust survivors, intellectuals and émigrés. After deferring from Uni (for the second time!) she spent almost ten years living abroad, mostly throughout Europe and Japan. During her last big adventure she studied in a yeshiva in Israel, in a town called Tsfat, known for its artist colony and as the birthplace of Kabalah. It was there - in one of the most spiritual and least materialistic places on earth - that Nora realized she wanted to be a jewelry designer. Nora’s goal is to design and create beautiful jewelry that outlives trends. Nora Kogan is based in New York City.
Playfully irreverent high fashion design and a classically chic aesthetic, Phillips House designers Lisa Phillips Frankel & Danielle Frankel Nemiroff have paved the way for a new category of fine jewelry. In just four years, Phillips House has expanded into top retailers across the world, graced the pages of nearly every magazine to note -- including the famed cover of Women’s Wear Daily -- and landed on the steps of Buckingham Palace as the sole jewelry designer worn by the First Lady to her historic meeting with the Queen of England and Kate Middleton.
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”Every day I imagine and dream of something special, and with the assistance of my brother Eli and our team of designers, we will continue to grow and evolve our brand to bring our clients something fun and fabulous to wear and enjoy.” Ron Hami offers women the sense of individuality and empowerment so they feel proud and beautiful adorned in his pieces. “We make sure to create pieces that are wearable, luxurious, and beautiful.” The Ron Hami Woman is elegant, smart and sophisticated. More importantly she is confident and a trend-setter. The jewelry has been favored by many of Hollywood’s finest, and have graced the covers, and inside pages of countless high fashion magazines such as Harpers Bazaar, InStyle, Marie Claire, and W.
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Suzanne Kalan travels the world to select some of the finest gemstones. She is highly acclaimed for her keen sense of color and innovative designs that are unparalleled in the fine jewelry world. She brings an entirely new meaning to contemporary and timeless jewelry. She has created an affordable fine jewelry brand that is fashionable and traditional, with a natural elegance. Her pieces are distinctive and bold with exceptional craftsmanship. Her team of experts handcrafts the jewelry in their Los Angeles studio.
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Sorellina is vintage-inspired but unexpectedly modern
with roots in the golden age of New York style.
Co-founders and sisters Nicole & Kim Carosella grew up of the north
shore of Long Island, NY, where they were raised with a deep appreciation
for the arts and shared a love of design. After graduating with
a Fine Arts degree from USC, Nicole studied Jewelry Design at the
Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. Kim attended Tulane
University for Art History, and then relocated to Florence, Italy,
to continue her studies.
Upon Kim’s return to New York, the sisters decided to set the course
for their future business. After both working in the jewelry industry,
in early 2012, with a clear vision, Nicole and Kim founded Sorellina.
With an opportunity to develop jewelry that expresses their own
unique sensibility, the sisters began clearly defining what great design
means to them and how that translates to their clientele. Neither subtle
nor discreet, Sorellina pieces are bold statement pieces made for
the urban, modern woman. Sorellina creates a harmonious dichotomy
by seamlessly blending opposing ideas of feminine with masculine
and vintage with modern. A distinct style emerges from this balance
that is quintessential Sorellina.
Inspiration is drawn from literally everywhere: architecture, people, senses, silhouettes, feelings. Each transformed into wearable statement pieces with a timeless quality and beauty. Yannis Sergakis works exclusively with gold – the everlasting guarantee of value - and diamonds – the most precious of stones. Pure, simple and bright. Powerful and dazzling. Their precious qualities recognized since time immemorial. Yannis Sergakis is the descendant of a well-established family of Greek diamond traders. He was drawn into the alluring world of precious stones while still a child, when he spent hours observing his uncles in their showroom.
Soon, Yannis began collecting and trading jewels. Much later, he realized that his true passion was not collecting but creating jewellery. Not a conventional route, but one that indicates his deep love and appreciation for the fine art of jewellery.