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REINE DE NAPLES CŒUR ETERNAL LOVE BY BREGUET
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REINE DE NAPLES CŒUR ETERNAL LOVE BY BREGUET

Watches With delicacy and subtlety, and as Valentine's Day approaches, Breguet enlivens the face of the Reine de Naples with a new invention: a hand in the shape of a changing heart. Its curves expand or contract, as if by magic and very gently, as it makes its way around the elongated oval dial. Rose gold and diamonds add to the radiance of this sleek creation, with a hint of vermilion. This exclusive Cœur, or Heart edition, limited to 28 numbered pieces and accompanied by a matching clutch as its case, is reserved for a selection of Breguet boutiques.     The first wristwatch ever made, the model no. 2639 was a treasure trove of ingenuity right from its origins in 1810. Breguet was inspired by this innovative watch and by the client, Caroline Murat, Queen of Naples, who commissioned it, for its iconic contemporary collection. Today, for its new creation dedicated to women and to love, the House of Breguet has designed a new system protected by several patents. The magic of an innovative mechanism changes the heart shape of the minute hand – off-center at 6 o’clock – depending on its position on the oval dial. Breguet, which has always developed special watches dedicated to women, is thus faithful to its history and its practice. For this new creation, its curves stretch as the hand moves across the top half of the dial, and become more rounded at the bottom. A real heart that beats... A pared-down dial highlights the delicate elegance and great romanticism of this piece. Touches of vermilion red add to the intensity of the lines of the hours chapter, the leather strap, and the crown, which is adorned with a ruby. This luxurious and exclusive composition is brought to perfection with rose gold and diamonds. This model, reserved for brand boutiques, is presented in an envelope clutch bag finished in grained calfskin leather and dyed vermilion red to match the strap of the Reine de Naples Coeur.     Celebrating Delicacy and Romance:     For the face of this new Reine de Naples, Breguet has opted for understated elegance. The heart-shaped minute hand moves over a sapphire-crystal dial, lacquered in white for a very soft and subtle translucent effect. Its tip, marked by a subtle red heart, indicates the minutes on the hours chapter, punctuated by tiny hearts every five minutes. For better readability, something dear to Breguet, the quarter numerals are distinguished by their size and their outline, lacquered with vermilion. The hour, indicated by a drop of purple lacquer, appears in the center through a window. The rose gold of the dial flange and bezel is set with 128 diamonds. The setting of the folding buckle, also in gold, echoes the brilliance of the case, amounting to a total of approximately 0.94 carats.     The Magic of a Vibrant Heart, an ode to love:     The latest invention of the House of Breguet is a minute hand composed of two independent arms, capable of twisting thanks to an ingenious set of gears to create a heart that is extended at 12 o’clock and more rounded at 6 o’clock. Equipped with an oval-shaped cam – mirroring the curves so characteristic of the Reine de Naples – the mechanism allows each of these arms to move at different speeds. This innovation, created exclusively for the Reine de Naples, is protected by four patents. The gears of this complication, like all the components of the caliber, are all carefully hand-finished in the Breguet tradition – whether visible or invisible to the eye. The sapphire-crystal caseback of the rose gold case reveals the movement of the caliber, the 78A0. On the gold rim, the individual number of the watch is engraved, recorded in the archives of the House of Breguet, which have been maintained since the end of the eighteenth century.     With the Reine de Naples Cœur, Breguet conjures up the magic of love, thanks to an innovative hand that traces a heart of ever-changing shape. The delicate and unexpected combination of technique and romanticism.   With delicacy and subtlety, and as Valentine's Day approaches, Breguet enlivens the face of the Reine de Naples with a new invention: a hand in the shape of a changing heart. Its curves expand or contract, as if by magic and very gently, as it makes its way around the elongated oval dial. Rose gold and diamonds add to the radiance of this sleek creation, with a hint of vermilion. This exclusive Cœur, or Heart edition, limited to 28 numbered pieces and accompanied by a matching clutch as its case, is reserved for a selection of Breguet boutiques.     The first wristwatch ever made, the model no. 2639 was a treasure trove of ingenuity right from its origins in 1810. Breguet was inspired by this innovative watch and by the client, Caroline Murat, Queen of Naples, who commissioned it, for its iconic contemporary collection. Today, for its new creation dedicated to women and to love, the House of Breguet has designed a new system protected by several patents. The magic of an innovative mechanism changes the heart shape of the minute hand – off-center at 6 o’clock – depending on its position on the oval dial. Breguet, which has always developed special watches dedicated to women, is thus faithful to its history and its practice. For this new creation, its curves stretch as the hand moves across the top half of the dial, and become more rounded at the bottom. A real heart that beats... A pared-down dial highlights the delicate elegance and great romanticism of this piece. Touches of vermilion red add to the intensity of the lines of the hours chapter, the leather strap, and the crown, which is adorned with a ruby. This luxurious and exclusive composition is brought to perfection with rose gold and diamonds. This model, reserved for brand boutiques, is presented in an envelope clutch bag finished in grained calfskin leather and dyed vermilion red to match the strap of the Reine de Naples Coeur.     Celebrating Delicacy and Romance:     For the face of this new Reine de Naples, Breguet has opted for understated elegance. The heart-shaped minute hand moves over a sapphire-crystal dial, lacquered in white for a very soft and subtle translucent effect. Its tip, marked by a subtle red heart, indicates the minutes on the hours chapter, punctuated by tiny hearts every five minutes. For better readability, something dear to Breguet, the quarter numerals are distinguished by their size and their outline, lacquered with vermilion. The hour, indicated by a drop of purple lacquer, appears in the center through a window. The rose gold of the dial flange and bezel is set with 128 diamonds. The setting of the folding buckle, also in gold, echoes the brilliance of the case, amounting to a total of approximately 0.94 carats.     The Magic of a Vibrant Heart, an ode to love:     The latest invention of the House of Breguet is a minute hand composed of two independent arms, capable of twisting thanks to an ingenious set of gears to create a heart that is extended at 12 o’clock and more rounded at 6 o’clock. Equipped with an oval-shaped cam – mirroring the curves so characteristic of the Reine de Naples – the mechanism allows each of these arms to move at different speeds. This innovation, created exclusively for the Reine de Naples, is protected by four patents. The gears of this complication, like all the components of the caliber, are all carefully hand-finished in the Breguet tradition – whether visible or invisible to the eye. The sapphire-crystal caseback of the rose gold case reveals the movement of the caliber, the 78A0. On the gold rim, the individual number of the watch is engraved, recorded in the archives of the House of Breguet, which have been maintained since the end of the eighteenth century.     With the Reine de Naples Cœur, Breguet conjures up the magic of love, thanks to an innovative hand that traces a heart of ever-changing shape. The delicate and unexpected combination of technique and romanticism.  

Yannis Sergakis presents the new collection for Spring & Summer
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Yannis Sergakis presents the new collection for Spring & Summer

Jewelry Their Story   Diamonds that work for every day. Delicate, elegant, ethereal, designed to be worn, instead of overshadowing the one wearing them. Pieces that de ne the concept of discreet luxury and intriguing simplicity; craftsmanship de ned by pace and dedication.     Each piece is introduced in its own time; when it is perfect and ready to leave the workshop. Inspiration is drawn from beautiful moments, a book, a stroll, a sweet night, conversations with friends, laughs, the sparkleof a Cycladic wine, islands, emotions. The challenge is how the two eternal symbols, gold and diamonds, can create a design that best captures these emotions every time.       Their Collections Charnières:   The signature house collection; ne lines, gold and diamonds,the two core raw materials of choice. Rooted to the elegantway past Greek jewellers tied together metals and stones. The rst piece to launch the collection and a global best sellerto-date, is the Charnières “Pétale”.     Charnières Caramel:     A lighter look to ne jewellery. Elegant on their own, more powerful stacked-up when the mood is playful.     Perforé:   Diamonds in oating structures; always brown, always pierced, allowing the light to come through. Each piece in this perforated collection has sculptural interest. Their Story   Diamonds that work for every day. Delicate, elegant, ethereal, designed to be worn, instead of overshadowing the one wearing them. Pieces that de ne the concept of discreet luxury and intriguing simplicity; craftsmanship de ned by pace and dedication.     Each piece is introduced in its own time; when it is perfect and ready to leave the workshop. Inspiration is drawn from beautiful moments, a book, a stroll, a sweet night, conversations with friends, laughs, the sparkleof a Cycladic wine, islands, emotions. The challenge is how the two eternal symbols, gold and diamonds, can create a design that best captures these emotions every time.       Their Collections Charnières:   The signature house collection; ne lines, gold and diamonds,the two core raw materials of choice. Rooted to the elegantway past Greek jewellers tied together metals and stones. The rst piece to launch the collection and a global best sellerto-date, is the Charnières “Pétale”.     Charnières Caramel:     A lighter look to ne jewellery. Elegant on their own, more powerful stacked-up when the mood is playful.     Perforé:   Diamonds in oating structures; always brown, always pierced, allowing the light to come through. Each piece in this perforated collection has sculptural interest.

Introducing Pascale Monvoisin
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Introducing Pascale Monvoisin

Jewelry Pascale Monvoisin’s headquarters are in an old- style Parisian building. A distressed white dresser, antique powder cases, bouquets of dried owers; Pascale Monvoisin’s o ce echoes the jewellery she creates, it is imbued with a history that is enriched season after season.     Nothing, however, could have foretold this story of creativity. In another life, she travelled the world on long-haul ights. Planet Earth as a vista; not a bad view for someone who, having lived amongst the clouds, now works the treasures found in the ground: rutile quartz, rock crystal, labrodite...     India was where it all began. The pink and magni- cent city of Jaipur provided the catalyst for her new existence. During a trip there, she by chance happened to buy a batch of turquoises. She asked a local jeweller to mount one onto a ring; this would become her rst piece of jewellery. Also the rst of a long series, which was driven by a powerful will.     A year-long sabbatical allowed the self-taught jeweller to throw herself fully into her new career. She felt her way, made discoveries, created designs. Created, picked apart, recreated, all on a shoestring budget. Is 18 carat gold too expensive? She chose a 9 carat metal, as certain American jewellery designers do because of its price, but most of all because of its pale, beautiful radiance. Agnès B. is appreciative; Pascale will soon begin a collabora- tion with the creative/art-collector.     Her points of references include jewellery designed by American photographer Robert Mappelthorpe, known predominantly for his supremely erotic black and white shots. From this icon of 1970s New York, she borrows sensations of simplicity, of additions, of a talismanic spirit pulsing closely against the skin. Pascale Monvoisin doesn’t believe in lithotherapy, yet she always carries a small crystal with her, no matter where she goes. Here, there, everywhere, she buys, collects, and sketches her inspirations in little notebooks which never leave her side.     Microscopic pearls, faceted turquoise, moonstone, aqua-marine, bakelite... These are the letters of her creative alphabet. Her words, those of a singular and unique poetry true to her. “I don’t like the sta- tutory, the ceremonial, classic jewellery”, explains Pascal. With her “thingamajigs and gadgets”, she tinkers until she finds the perfect balance; this means that appealing irregular charm, that small detail which chimes in perfect tune with the piece and completes the look. This is what makes each ring, each necklace, each earring, totally unique. Each one with its own soul and personality. Ins- pired from near and far: they are named Bowie, Gabin Arles and Taylor, Simone and Idaho...     Her sense of Paris stretches further a eld. It is in Jai- pur, where she remains loyal to her Indian jeweller for manufacture. It is in Normandy, where she took up painting and observes the passage of the sea- sons. It is in old Paris, to the beat of Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground, the hidden courtyards and irregular paving stones where, among her furniture and objects unearthed in ea-markets, Pascale Monvoisin never stops creating. Pascale Monvoisin’s headquarters are in an old- style Parisian building. A distressed white dresser, antique powder cases, bouquets of dried owers; Pascale Monvoisin’s o ce echoes the jewellery she creates, it is imbued with a history that is enriched season after season.     Nothing, however, could have foretold this story of creativity. In another life, she travelled the world on long-haul ights. Planet Earth as a vista; not a bad view for someone who, having lived amongst the clouds, now works the treasures found in the ground: rutile quartz, rock crystal, labrodite...     India was where it all began. The pink and magni- cent city of Jaipur provided the catalyst for her new existence. During a trip there, she by chance happened to buy a batch of turquoises. She asked a local jeweller to mount one onto a ring; this would become her rst piece of jewellery. Also the rst of a long series, which was driven by a powerful will.     A year-long sabbatical allowed the self-taught jeweller to throw herself fully into her new career. She felt her way, made discoveries, created designs. Created, picked apart, recreated, all on a shoestring budget. Is 18 carat gold too expensive? She chose a 9 carat metal, as certain American jewellery designers do because of its price, but most of all because of its pale, beautiful radiance. Agnès B. is appreciative; Pascale will soon begin a collabora- tion with the creative/art-collector.     Her points of references include jewellery designed by American photographer Robert Mappelthorpe, known predominantly for his supremely erotic black and white shots. From this icon of 1970s New York, she borrows sensations of simplicity, of additions, of a talismanic spirit pulsing closely against the skin. Pascale Monvoisin doesn’t believe in lithotherapy, yet she always carries a small crystal with her, no matter where she goes. Here, there, everywhere, she buys, collects, and sketches her inspirations in little notebooks which never leave her side.     Microscopic pearls, faceted turquoise, moonstone, aqua-marine, bakelite... These are the letters of her creative alphabet. Her words, those of a singular and unique poetry true to her. “I don’t like the sta- tutory, the ceremonial, classic jewellery”, explains Pascal. With her “thingamajigs and gadgets”, she tinkers until she finds the perfect balance; this means that appealing irregular charm, that small detail which chimes in perfect tune with the piece and completes the look. This is what makes each ring, each necklace, each earring, totally unique. Each one with its own soul and personality. Ins- pired from near and far: they are named Bowie, Gabin Arles and Taylor, Simone and Idaho...     Her sense of Paris stretches further a eld. It is in Jai- pur, where she remains loyal to her Indian jeweller for manufacture. It is in Normandy, where she took up painting and observes the passage of the sea- sons. It is in old Paris, to the beat of Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground, the hidden courtyards and irregular paving stones where, among her furniture and objects unearthed in ea-markets, Pascale Monvoisin never stops creating.

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TIFFANY ACQUIRES EXCEPTIONAL 80-CARAT DIAMOND TO REIMAGINE ITS HISTORIC 1939 WORLD’S FAIR NECKLACE
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TIFFANY ACQUIRES EXCEPTIONAL 80-CARAT DIAMOND TO REIMAGINE ITS HISTORIC 1939 WORLD’S FAIR NECKLACE

Jewelry Tiffany & Co. announced today that it will reimagine an archival Tiffany high jewelry necklace from 1939. The original aquamarine design has been modernized with an extraordinary oval diamond of over 80 carats, the largest diamond ever offered by Tiffany and eclipsed only by the Tiffany Diamond, which famously is not for sale.     Expected to be its most expensive piece ever, Tiffany will unveil the diamond necklace in 2022 when the doors of its transformed Fifth Avenue flagship store reopen.   The diamond necklace will be unveiled in celebration of the momentous 2022 reopening of the transformed Tiffany Fifth Avenue flagship store, making history once again, just as the original necklace did nearly a century ago when it debuted at the World’s Fair in Queens, New York.      “What better way to mark the opening of our transformed Tiffany flagship store in 2022 than to reimagine this incredible necklace from the 1939 World’s Fair, one of our most celebrated pieces when we opened our doors on 57th Street and Fifth Avenue for the first time,” said Victoria Reynolds, Tiffany & Co. Chief Gemologist.“The new necklace perfectly reflects our brand heritage as a New York luxury jeweler, whose founder was known as the ‘King of Diamonds.’”      The breathtaking center stone—an over-80-carat, D color, internally flawless oval diamond—is not only very rare, it is a symbol of Tiffany’s industry-first approach to diamond traceability. Responsibly sourced in Botswana, Africa, the diamond will be set by Tiffany artisans in New York City.      The original necklace’s sizable aquamarine and exceptional diamond forms entranced the millions who came to admire the international spectacle. With its forward-looking theme, “Dawn of a New Day,” the 1939 World’s Fair promised a glimpse into “the World of Tomorrow.” The fair’s intention was to inspire, in its over 44 million visitors, the dream of a better and more effervescent tomorrow. Tiffany’s masterpiece did just that—setting the stage for the opening of its iconic flagship store on 57th Street and Fifth Avenue the following year, in 1940—foreshadowing what will be a similarly historic moment for the brand in 2022.       Tiffany has acquired many rare and remarkable gemstones for its jewelry designs in its 183-year history, including the legendary Tiffany Diamond, one of the world’s largest and finest fancy yellow diamonds, as well as the Hooker Emerald, now exhibited at the Smithsonian and the Mazarin Diamonds, purchased by Tiffany at the auction of the French Crown Jewels.   Tiffany & Co. announced today that it will reimagine an archival Tiffany high jewelry necklace from 1939. The original aquamarine design has been modernized with an extraordinary oval diamond of over 80 carats, the largest diamond ever offered by Tiffany and eclipsed only by the Tiffany Diamond, which famously is not for sale.     Expected to be its most expensive piece ever, Tiffany will unveil the diamond necklace in 2022 when the doors of its transformed Fifth Avenue flagship store reopen.   The diamond necklace will be unveiled in celebration of the momentous 2022 reopening of the transformed Tiffany Fifth Avenue flagship store, making history once again, just as the original necklace did nearly a century ago when it debuted at the World’s Fair in Queens, New York.      “What better way to mark the opening of our transformed Tiffany flagship store in 2022 than to reimagine this incredible necklace from the 1939 World’s Fair, one of our most celebrated pieces when we opened our doors on 57th Street and Fifth Avenue for the first time,” said Victoria Reynolds, Tiffany & Co. Chief Gemologist.“The new necklace perfectly reflects our brand heritage as a New York luxury jeweler, whose founder was known as the ‘King of Diamonds.’”      The breathtaking center stone—an over-80-carat, D color, internally flawless oval diamond—is not only very rare, it is a symbol of Tiffany’s industry-first approach to diamond traceability. Responsibly sourced in Botswana, Africa, the diamond will be set by Tiffany artisans in New York City.      The original necklace’s sizable aquamarine and exceptional diamond forms entranced the millions who came to admire the international spectacle. With its forward-looking theme, “Dawn of a New Day,” the 1939 World’s Fair promised a glimpse into “the World of Tomorrow.” The fair’s intention was to inspire, in its over 44 million visitors, the dream of a better and more effervescent tomorrow. Tiffany’s masterpiece did just that—setting the stage for the opening of its iconic flagship store on 57th Street and Fifth Avenue the following year, in 1940—foreshadowing what will be a similarly historic moment for the brand in 2022.       Tiffany has acquired many rare and remarkable gemstones for its jewelry designs in its 183-year history, including the legendary Tiffany Diamond, one of the world’s largest and finest fancy yellow diamonds, as well as the Hooker Emerald, now exhibited at the Smithsonian and the Mazarin Diamonds, purchased by Tiffany at the auction of the French Crown Jewels.  

JUST LAUNCHED NEW BRAND  DEMI-FINE AND WELLNESS JEWELLERY LABEL CAPSULE ELEVEN
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JUST LAUNCHED NEW BRAND DEMI-FINE AND WELLNESS JEWELLERY LABEL CAPSULE ELEVEN

Jewelry Capsule Eleven is an empowering, contemporary unisex jewellery label that uses symbols and design functionality to create pieces that become part of the wearer unique story.     The core of the capsule items that are at the heart of the brand’s DNA and are intended to be treasured as timeless personal staples.  They are also representative of and inspired by ‘time capsules’ that contain objects typical of the present moment that could be rediscovered in the future.  Many of the pieces physically open to potentially store wellness items such as crystals, CBD oil and aromatherapy oil.  In antiquity, eleven is a high vibrational number that symbolizes energy, inspiration and vision, themes at the core of the brands values.     Born during Lockdown:   Capsule Eleven was created in 2020 amidst the global pandemic.  Its founder and designer Natalie Benmayor wanted to create something beautiful and meaningful for her future wearer that gives them a feeling of personal power and strength.     Sustainability:    Traditional craftsmanship and ancient references inspire contemporary pieces with people, experiences and stories at the core.  Sustainability is firmly at the heart of the brand with all the brass and sterling silver made from recycled metals, the packaging made from recycled card.  High quality 18ct gold and 24ct gold vermeil plating ensures the pieces have durability , they are intended to be worn daily and treasured according to slow fashion principles.       Capsule Collection:   Inspired by ancient knowledge, the Power Symbols collection interprets numerology and Egyptian mythology into a meaningful, contemporary range.  Using design details such as subtle engravings and  sculptural statement links, the wearer can display symbols boldly or keep them as privately  as they desire.  The pieces are intended to create a feeling of strength, energy and protection.     Power Symbols Collection:   Inspired by ancient knowledge, the Power Symbols collection interprets numerology and Egyptian mythology into a meaningful, contemporary range.  Using design details such as subtle engravings and  sculptural statement links, the wearer can display symbols boldly or keep them as privately  as they desire.  The pieces are intended to create a feeling of strength, energy and protection.     Eye Opener Collection:   Iconic and empowering, the Eye Opener Collection is inspired by ancient symbology and given a contemporary twist.  This signature chain design is inspired by vintage links and reinterpreted as the Capsule Eleven brand symbol with an eye motif in the centre. The eye is a powerful universal symbol of protection, wisdom, knowledge and mystery.  In addition, the third eye is known as the sixth chakra, where you inhabit your authentic voice and intuition. It helps you make clear decisions to reach your true purpose in life. The eye as a functioning clip is a metaphor for the third eye opening.     The Jewel Beneath Collection:   The Jewel Beneath collection is inspired by strength, resilience, and archaeological finds.  The digging and chipping away at rocks to reveal hidden treasures is symbolic of the ‘breaking through’ of a person’s true nature; and triangle geometry represents strength from within.  The inside of the ring is engraved with the Egyptian symbol for “was”, in the shape of the staff carried by the Pharaohs, which represents personal power and domination.         About Natalie Benmayor Designer and Founder:   Benmayor used her family history and experience of different cultures and aesthetics to create designs that offer the potential for personalisation.  Her family history carries with it an evocative story fleeing to London from exile in Egypt, smuggling across the seas nothing but their jewels, and so her love for jewellery that’s precious and meaningful has been embedded since her youth,  the family pieces were placed in a London vault before their rediscovery and their story has inspired the first capsule, with the symbols used taken from ancient Egypt.  This box of treasure represented a family time capsule which also inspired the brands name. The British born half-Egyptian entrepreneurial designer has always followed her own path in design as well as working for many global brands, founded her own labels and created bespoke jewels.       Ancient Amulet philosophy Meets Modern Wellness:   The jewellery explores the philosophies of amulet wearing, alongside modern wellness techniques she has picked up on her travels and discovered through her own healing journey.  Capsule Eleven's designs explore the balance between meaning and personal style in equal measure.  The historical amulet is given modern functionality using the healing properties of semi-precious stones and ancient symbols to create luxury pieces that go beyond aesthetic value.    Stockists: In addition to the online platform and shop at www.capsueleelven.co.uk the brand has already secured distribution by global luxury platform farfetch.com      www.capsuleeleven.co.uk http://www.instagram.com/capsuleeleven/ Capsule Eleven is an empowering, contemporary unisex jewellery label that uses symbols and design functionality to create pieces that become part of the wearer unique story.     The core of the capsule items that are at the heart of the brand’s DNA and are intended to be treasured as timeless personal staples.  They are also representative of and inspired by ‘time capsules’ that contain objects typical of the present moment that could be rediscovered in the future.  Many of the pieces physically open to potentially store wellness items such as crystals, CBD oil and aromatherapy oil.  In antiquity, eleven is a high vibrational number that symbolizes energy, inspiration and vision, themes at the core of the brands values.     Born during Lockdown:   Capsule Eleven was created in 2020 amidst the global pandemic.  Its founder and designer Natalie Benmayor wanted to create something beautiful and meaningful for her future wearer that gives them a feeling of personal power and strength.     Sustainability:    Traditional craftsmanship and ancient references inspire contemporary pieces with people, experiences and stories at the core.  Sustainability is firmly at the heart of the brand with all the brass and sterling silver made from recycled metals, the packaging made from recycled card.  High quality 18ct gold and 24ct gold vermeil plating ensures the pieces have durability , they are intended to be worn daily and treasured according to slow fashion principles.       Capsule Collection:   Inspired by ancient knowledge, the Power Symbols collection interprets numerology and Egyptian mythology into a meaningful, contemporary range.  Using design details such as subtle engravings and  sculptural statement links, the wearer can display symbols boldly or keep them as privately  as they desire.  The pieces are intended to create a feeling of strength, energy and protection.     Power Symbols Collection:   Inspired by ancient knowledge, the Power Symbols collection interprets numerology and Egyptian mythology into a meaningful, contemporary range.  Using design details such as subtle engravings and  sculptural statement links, the wearer can display symbols boldly or keep them as privately  as they desire.  The pieces are intended to create a feeling of strength, energy and protection.     Eye Opener Collection:   Iconic and empowering, the Eye Opener Collection is inspired by ancient symbology and given a contemporary twist.  This signature chain design is inspired by vintage links and reinterpreted as the Capsule Eleven brand symbol with an eye motif in the centre. The eye is a powerful universal symbol of protection, wisdom, knowledge and mystery.  In addition, the third eye is known as the sixth chakra, where you inhabit your authentic voice and intuition. It helps you make clear decisions to reach your true purpose in life. The eye as a functioning clip is a metaphor for the third eye opening.     The Jewel Beneath Collection:   The Jewel Beneath collection is inspired by strength, resilience, and archaeological finds.  The digging and chipping away at rocks to reveal hidden treasures is symbolic of the ‘breaking through’ of a person’s true nature; and triangle geometry represents strength from within.  The inside of the ring is engraved with the Egyptian symbol for “was”, in the shape of the staff carried by the Pharaohs, which represents personal power and domination.         About Natalie Benmayor Designer and Founder:   Benmayor used her family history and experience of different cultures and aesthetics to create designs that offer the potential for personalisation.  Her family history carries with it an evocative story fleeing to London from exile in Egypt, smuggling across the seas nothing but their jewels, and so her love for jewellery that’s precious and meaningful has been embedded since her youth,  the family pieces were placed in a London vault before their rediscovery and their story has inspired the first capsule, with the symbols used taken from ancient Egypt.  This box of treasure represented a family time capsule which also inspired the brands name. The British born half-Egyptian entrepreneurial designer has always followed her own path in design as well as working for many global brands, founded her own labels and created bespoke jewels.       Ancient Amulet philosophy Meets Modern Wellness:   The jewellery explores the philosophies of amulet wearing, alongside modern wellness techniques she has picked up on her travels and discovered through her own healing journey.  Capsule Eleven's designs explore the balance between meaning and personal style in equal measure.  The historical amulet is given modern functionality using the healing properties of semi-precious stones and ancient symbols to create luxury pieces that go beyond aesthetic value.    Stockists: In addition to the online platform and shop at www.capsueleelven.co.uk the brand has already secured distribution by global luxury platform farfetch.com      www.capsuleeleven.co.uk http://www.instagram.com/capsuleeleven/

Pandora is on a mission to spread love and Christmas vibes with its first animated short film:  'One lovely day'
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Pandora is on a mission to spread love and Christmas vibes with its first animated short film: 'One lovely day'

Jewelry See Pandora’s celebrity friends Millie Bobby Brown, Halima Aden, Georgia May Jagger – and more as you have never seen them before. In collaboration with renowned animation studio, Andy Baker Studios, Pandora is revealing a mixed media short film named ‘One Lovely Day,’ to help spread holiday spirit and love.     In a time when togetherness is needed more than ever, Pandora has brought together Millie Bobby Brown, Coco & Breezy and the Pandora Muses – Nathalie Emmanuel, Halima Aden, Georgia May Jagger, Larsen Thompson, Tasya Van Ree and Margaret Zhang – in a new colourful, virtual world.     See Pandora’s celebrity friends Millie Bobby Brown, Halima Aden, Georgia May Jagger – and more as you have never seen them before. In collaboration with renowned animation studio, Andy Baker Studios, Pandora is revealing a mixed media short film named ‘One Lovely Day,’ to help spread holiday spirit and love.     In a time when togetherness is needed more than ever, Pandora has brought together Millie Bobby Brown, Coco & Breezy and the Pandora Muses – Nathalie Emmanuel, Halima Aden, Georgia May Jagger, Larsen Thompson, Tasya Van Ree and Margaret Zhang – in a new colourful, virtual world.    

TWOJEYS CARRIES OUT THE BIGGEST BLACK FRIDAY CAMPAIGN WITH AN ANALOG FILM STARRING OSCAR CASAS, JESSICA GOICOECHEA, NIL OJEDA & LIL MOSS
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TWOJEYS CARRIES OUT THE BIGGEST BLACK FRIDAY CAMPAIGN WITH AN ANALOG FILM STARRING OSCAR CASAS, JESSICA GOICOECHEA, NIL OJEDA & LIL MOSS

Jewelry Last Sunday at 9 pm the movie BANK NEVER WINS by Twojeys was launched on Instagram, giving the kick-off to the most creative Black Friday campaign of the brand soccer Jessica Goicoechea, Youtuber Nil Ojeda and singer Lil Moss, forming a star cast. The protagonists were joined by part of the Twojeys Family as Nina Urgell, Marc Forne, Gigi Vives and Joan Pala, in addition to the founders of the brand Joan Margarit and Biel Juste.     TWOJEYS has given its own style to the Black Friday campaign by showing the most creative, professional and talented side of the brand. Thus, it welcomes the week of greatest discounts that the brand has made to date with a maximum of 40% on selected products.     BANK NEVER WINS is a Robin Hood style movie, where the bank is robbed from the casino to give it, in this case, to the customers who are playing in the form biggest robbery in the history of a casino carried out by the band TWOJEYS, where the protagonists of the action are Oscar Casas, Jessica Goicoechea and Lil to rob the vault, and where the Youtuber Nil Ojeda turned into the computer technician of the band is the one in charge of giving support to carry out the robbery.     BANK NEVER WINS surpassed more than 5 million visualizations and added more than 5,000 orders in 24 hours.       With this spectacular repertoire of characters, the success of the campaign has not been long in coming. 24 hours after the launch of the campaign, the movie BANK NEVER WINS surpassed more than 5 million visualizations and added more than 5.000 orders, and this has only just begun. In just over a year, TWOJEYS has become one of the most recognized unisex jewelry brands in the national and international scene. All its collections and campaigns follow the TJ style, with images and films in analog, where the success lies in the creativity that comes from this young team led by Joan Margarit and Biel Juste.   Watch the video here: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CH59cfEhkYs/       www.twojeys.com www.instagram.com/twojeys Last Sunday at 9 pm the movie BANK NEVER WINS by Twojeys was launched on Instagram, giving the kick-off to the most creative Black Friday campaign of the brand soccer Jessica Goicoechea, Youtuber Nil Ojeda and singer Lil Moss, forming a star cast. The protagonists were joined by part of the Twojeys Family as Nina Urgell, Marc Forne, Gigi Vives and Joan Pala, in addition to the founders of the brand Joan Margarit and Biel Juste.     TWOJEYS has given its own style to the Black Friday campaign by showing the most creative, professional and talented side of the brand. Thus, it welcomes the week of greatest discounts that the brand has made to date with a maximum of 40% on selected products.     BANK NEVER WINS is a Robin Hood style movie, where the bank is robbed from the casino to give it, in this case, to the customers who are playing in the form biggest robbery in the history of a casino carried out by the band TWOJEYS, where the protagonists of the action are Oscar Casas, Jessica Goicoechea and Lil to rob the vault, and where the Youtuber Nil Ojeda turned into the computer technician of the band is the one in charge of giving support to carry out the robbery.     BANK NEVER WINS surpassed more than 5 million visualizations and added more than 5,000 orders in 24 hours.       With this spectacular repertoire of characters, the success of the campaign has not been long in coming. 24 hours after the launch of the campaign, the movie BANK NEVER WINS surpassed more than 5 million visualizations and added more than 5.000 orders, and this has only just begun. In just over a year, TWOJEYS has become one of the most recognized unisex jewelry brands in the national and international scene. All its collections and campaigns follow the TJ style, with images and films in analog, where the success lies in the creativity that comes from this young team led by Joan Margarit and Biel Juste.   Watch the video here: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CH59cfEhkYs/       www.twojeys.com www.instagram.com/twojeys

In conversation with Joan & Biel, founders of TWOJEYS
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In conversation with Joan & Biel, founders of TWOJEYS

Jewelry From the traditional to the digital, the jewelry empire has been  from its beginnings  a powerful and relevant sector, where the traditional and artisan methods have been the diferential point to determine the quality of the pieces of the high jewelry.   That’s how the founders behind Twojeys are: Joan and Biel, young, creative and ambitious with an inherent need to contribute something different, learning and improving themselves for years as influencers, have wanted to take a step further. Moved by passion, they decided to embark on this new adventure as entrepreneurs after a road trip along Route 66 from Las Vegas to Palm Springs to assist Coachella, with a notebook containing more than 100 product sketches and brand strategies. On July 29th 2019, Twojeys was launched. A brand of unisex jewelry, with which they wanted to demonstrate that quality, traditional heritage, an a ordable price and be sustainable, were not at all opposed to the conservation of Spain’s handcrafted jewelry, a fundamental part of TJ.     We had a great conversation with Joan & Biel about their brand and brand new collection.     What inspired the new SMILEY collection and what is the story behind the collection itself?   As a brand, We always have felt attached to the Urban Culture, from listening to 90s-2000 Hip Hip to Skating in our city since we were kids and so we wanted to put all our creativity and feelings in this special Collection. Creating a concept that goes far beyond product it's the most important thing for us, we wanted to give meaning to every piece of this collection by empowering all artists related to the urban culture, from skateboarding to singers, to any kind of artists out there with so much talent.   “Not happy Not sad” face represents balance in life, there is not a happy story without a bad chapter & we must enjoy the process. The Twojeys Happy/Sad Trademark magnet closing is our best piece so far.     What made you start your own jewellery brand and what experience inspired it?   We were about to go on a Road trip from Vegas to Palm Springs and we couldn’t find the type of jewelry that we were dreaming of. So in the middle of the desert, we realized that we had a good shot-creating what we love: creating jewels with a story behind.     Tell our readers about who you both are individually.   Biel 23 years old, born in Barcelona & Raised in A creative background: both parents graphic designers, Biel has always been a sports Lover & a good student. Have been working on social media for 5 years as a fashion influencer. In 2019 stopped his degree in economics at the University of Barcelona to follow his entrepreneurship soul and create Twojeys alongside his best friend Joan.   Joan 23 years old, born and raised in a little town near Barcelona, both parents entrepreneurs, since always, Joan loves to get involved in projects, mini DV films, analog photography, capturing raw moments with the homies, pizza and road trips. Spent 2 years studying in the USA and snowboarding every day, later on, joined an entrepreneurship program and ended up in San Francisco for a couple of months, then started to work on social media while going to college and finally quitting college and partnering with Biel to create the brand we always dreamed of.     How did the current crazy times influence your creativity and development of your newly launched brand?   We are feeling lucky. Seeing all the impotence other entrepreneurs are living to not be able to work or even leaving their projects. We have been very lucky we have grown x10 since we started. We have been able to focus and grow our team from 4 to 14 people, so we can focus more on the creative side and make sure everyone has a big impact on the brand, every day.   It’s always about finding amazing opportunities during bad times: we knew brands wouldn’t do any press trips or big social media campaigns during summer fearing the public opinion, so we decided to do a 1 monthly campaign (covid free) letting all our influencer friends live the Twojeys Experience in a Summer Villa, so we had all the attention and we could connect even more with our friends and brand supporters.     TWOJEYS is a unisex brand. What made you create a genderless brand?   The jewelry industry is very polarized, between a soft feminine universe and a heavy metal rock vibe. So we wanted to do something different and be the boyish brand that cool girls like to wear. It is a difficult job to target both markets but has been very successful and interested in a creative way. We are trying to keep improving our collections and designs so we can internationalize the brand and become something global.     What is your first experience with fashion? And what made you embark on a profession in this industry?   It made it a little easier for us to start this project since we are on both sides of the business and we have all the KNOW-HOW in terms of managing campaigns, how to treat all the influencers we work with, how to post, how to create the content, hiring talents, etc.     Tell us something about TWOJEYS that is not on your resume.   We have some crazy ideas for the future for our International expansion, from hiring new talents to making movies all around. This year the Twojeys Villa is going to be something else with lots of special guests. Twojeys might have the first touch on the Offline world by 2021 and ... we have some partnerships ready that we can't wait to show you!     Your new collection has a variety of cool necklaces, rings, earrings and more. Tell us more about the novelties and key pieces of your collection?   The Not Happy Not Sad Necklace is definitely a masterpiece in this collection, it was our first product design of the entire collection. The magnet gives a special feel and uniqueness, with two chain sizes & two different lengths for Him&Her.   The Cuban chain has a lot of power in this collection since it's an evolution of the hip-hop jewelry movement that began in the late '70s to mid-80s, so we wanted to use a chain that shared a similar story of the campaign.       Read more about them and check out their new collection: https://twojeys.com From the traditional to the digital, the jewelry empire has been  from its beginnings  a powerful and relevant sector, where the traditional and artisan methods have been the diferential point to determine the quality of the pieces of the high jewelry.   That’s how the founders behind Twojeys are: Joan and Biel, young, creative and ambitious with an inherent need to contribute something different, learning and improving themselves for years as influencers, have wanted to take a step further. Moved by passion, they decided to embark on this new adventure as entrepreneurs after a road trip along Route 66 from Las Vegas to Palm Springs to assist Coachella, with a notebook containing more than 100 product sketches and brand strategies. On July 29th 2019, Twojeys was launched. A brand of unisex jewelry, with which they wanted to demonstrate that quality, traditional heritage, an a ordable price and be sustainable, were not at all opposed to the conservation of Spain’s handcrafted jewelry, a fundamental part of TJ.     We had a great conversation with Joan & Biel about their brand and brand new collection.     What inspired the new SMILEY collection and what is the story behind the collection itself?   As a brand, We always have felt attached to the Urban Culture, from listening to 90s-2000 Hip Hip to Skating in our city since we were kids and so we wanted to put all our creativity and feelings in this special Collection. Creating a concept that goes far beyond product it's the most important thing for us, we wanted to give meaning to every piece of this collection by empowering all artists related to the urban culture, from skateboarding to singers, to any kind of artists out there with so much talent.   “Not happy Not sad” face represents balance in life, there is not a happy story without a bad chapter & we must enjoy the process. The Twojeys Happy/Sad Trademark magnet closing is our best piece so far.     What made you start your own jewellery brand and what experience inspired it?   We were about to go on a Road trip from Vegas to Palm Springs and we couldn’t find the type of jewelry that we were dreaming of. So in the middle of the desert, we realized that we had a good shot-creating what we love: creating jewels with a story behind.     Tell our readers about who you both are individually.   Biel 23 years old, born in Barcelona & Raised in A creative background: both parents graphic designers, Biel has always been a sports Lover & a good student. Have been working on social media for 5 years as a fashion influencer. In 2019 stopped his degree in economics at the University of Barcelona to follow his entrepreneurship soul and create Twojeys alongside his best friend Joan.   Joan 23 years old, born and raised in a little town near Barcelona, both parents entrepreneurs, since always, Joan loves to get involved in projects, mini DV films, analog photography, capturing raw moments with the homies, pizza and road trips. Spent 2 years studying in the USA and snowboarding every day, later on, joined an entrepreneurship program and ended up in San Francisco for a couple of months, then started to work on social media while going to college and finally quitting college and partnering with Biel to create the brand we always dreamed of.     How did the current crazy times influence your creativity and development of your newly launched brand?   We are feeling lucky. Seeing all the impotence other entrepreneurs are living to not be able to work or even leaving their projects. We have been very lucky we have grown x10 since we started. We have been able to focus and grow our team from 4 to 14 people, so we can focus more on the creative side and make sure everyone has a big impact on the brand, every day.   It’s always about finding amazing opportunities during bad times: we knew brands wouldn’t do any press trips or big social media campaigns during summer fearing the public opinion, so we decided to do a 1 monthly campaign (covid free) letting all our influencer friends live the Twojeys Experience in a Summer Villa, so we had all the attention and we could connect even more with our friends and brand supporters.     TWOJEYS is a unisex brand. What made you create a genderless brand?   The jewelry industry is very polarized, between a soft feminine universe and a heavy metal rock vibe. So we wanted to do something different and be the boyish brand that cool girls like to wear. It is a difficult job to target both markets but has been very successful and interested in a creative way. We are trying to keep improving our collections and designs so we can internationalize the brand and become something global.     What is your first experience with fashion? And what made you embark on a profession in this industry?   It made it a little easier for us to start this project since we are on both sides of the business and we have all the KNOW-HOW in terms of managing campaigns, how to treat all the influencers we work with, how to post, how to create the content, hiring talents, etc.     Tell us something about TWOJEYS that is not on your resume.   We have some crazy ideas for the future for our International expansion, from hiring new talents to making movies all around. This year the Twojeys Villa is going to be something else with lots of special guests. Twojeys might have the first touch on the Offline world by 2021 and ... we have some partnerships ready that we can't wait to show you!     Your new collection has a variety of cool necklaces, rings, earrings and more. Tell us more about the novelties and key pieces of your collection?   The Not Happy Not Sad Necklace is definitely a masterpiece in this collection, it was our first product design of the entire collection. The magnet gives a special feel and uniqueness, with two chain sizes & two different lengths for Him&Her.   The Cuban chain has a lot of power in this collection since it's an evolution of the hip-hop jewelry movement that began in the late '70s to mid-80s, so we wanted to use a chain that shared a similar story of the campaign.       Read more about them and check out their new collection: https://twojeys.com

Brand new: Bvlgari High-Jewelry Serpenti Watches
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Brand new: Bvlgari High-Jewelry Serpenti Watches

Jewelry This year, the Roman jeweler follows the enchantment of the rainbow, letting its good-luck-charm spirit slide its way into countless fresh elds of expression and play withevery imaginable combination in the chromatic palette.     The new Rainbow and Colour Wave Serpenti watches embodies the glamour and panache of Italian Extravagance, brought to life in vibrant colour. In a collection that could only come from the Roman Jeweller of Time, Bvlgari dresses up its most iconic design, Serpenti, in brilliant gems. The result? The Maison’s high-jewellery watchesare infused with exquisite preciousness, as Bvlgari takes up the mantle as the Master of Coloured Gemstones, for which the brand is internationally renowned. Bvlgari has always loved colour, and coloured gemstones in particular, believing them to have aunique power to bring joy. Now, it applies its artistry with coloured gems to high-jewellery watches, reinventing signature styles in a riot of rainbow-coloured gems, and akaleidoscope of cuts and sizes. The new collection represents the pinnacle of Bvlgari watchmaking and jewellery-making expertise, colliding with audacious Bvlgari style.     Beyond the multi-coloured creations that capture all of Sir Isaac Newton’s hues, dégradétone-on-tone models add re nement with a chic approach that feels both modern andtimeless. This year, the Roman jeweler follows the enchantment of the rainbow, letting its good-luck-charm spirit slide its way into countless fresh elds of expression and play withevery imaginable combination in the chromatic palette.     The new Rainbow and Colour Wave Serpenti watches embodies the glamour and panache of Italian Extravagance, brought to life in vibrant colour. In a collection that could only come from the Roman Jeweller of Time, Bvlgari dresses up its most iconic design, Serpenti, in brilliant gems. The result? The Maison’s high-jewellery watchesare infused with exquisite preciousness, as Bvlgari takes up the mantle as the Master of Coloured Gemstones, for which the brand is internationally renowned. Bvlgari has always loved colour, and coloured gemstones in particular, believing them to have aunique power to bring joy. Now, it applies its artistry with coloured gems to high-jewellery watches, reinventing signature styles in a riot of rainbow-coloured gems, and akaleidoscope of cuts and sizes. The new collection represents the pinnacle of Bvlgari watchmaking and jewellery-making expertise, colliding with audacious Bvlgari style.     Beyond the multi-coloured creations that capture all of Sir Isaac Newton’s hues, dégradétone-on-tone models add re nement with a chic approach that feels both modern andtimeless.

Introducing VEERT
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Introducing VEERT

Lifestyle Julia Lang, Tanzanian-German branding and marketing specialist and serial entrepreneur, is launching curated collections of jewelry, home fragrance products, homegoods, and more under her new label -- VEERT. In an unprecedented period of gender upheaval, VEERT breaks with the traditional expectations of men’s and women’s categories to create products outside of traditional gendered categories and aesthetics. By removing the concept of gender, Lang creates a space in between and brings a fresh new edge with her curated collections. VEERT (@itsveert) will be launching on November 9th at itsveert.com.     "In a time when we’re being separated and isolated from each other, hope and inclusivity is needed now more than ever. We don't just want to give birth to another product.  We want to be the catalyst of empowerment, healing energy, and unity. Traditional gender separation won't exist within our products and collections. We truly believe that VEERT is meant to bring us all together. All ages, ethnicities, geographic areas, and gender identities all tied together by an undeniable longing for tastefulness and positive self-expression.”-- Julia Lang, Founder of VEERT.     Unisex jewelry collection of gold vermeil pieces inspired from a deep desire to combine elevated aesthetics with global influences, centered around healing, hope, and positive energy. Lang infused the 18 karat gold plated pieces with powerful healing stones, such as green onyx and malachite. Green onyx is associated with the heart chakra, as well as malachite that clears and activates the chakras. Both stones are an important protection stone. Malachite absorbs negative energies, picking them up from the atmosphere and from the body. The green onyx is the symbol of restfulness and purity. It helps you to move forward from all kind of sorrow, grief and depression. It improves your self-confidence. This green soothing stone has the power to relief worries, tension, stress and fears. Green Onyx is related with love, affection, and friendship. The first VEERT jewelry collection will include a VEERT malachite + green onyx signature ring, green onyx heart pearl earrings, green onyx pearl necklace and a green onyx pendant, which have already been coveted by singer Miguel, rapper NAS and others. The collection is priced from $129 - $395. Selected pieces can also be made in solid 24k gold with pricing upon request.     With the first collection of jewelry, VEERT will also be launching its first signature scent (a blend of Ambre, Bamboo, Tuberose, Pink Sugar), “SERENGETI”, with a Liquid Soap and Candle. SERENGETI Liquid Soap and Candle were carefully created with sustainability and an elevated, immersive experience in mind. The VEERT Candle is made with innovative clean-burning, food-grade-certified coconut oil, one of the first products to market with this sustainable wax alternative that’s designed to burn true, releasing natural perfume without distortion, without ever collecting soot. The brand’s Liquid Hand Soap was developed for a rejuvenating, yet novel feel, using the cleanest ingredients possible to not only leave hands feeling clean and soft, but pure and protected.     The VEERT home fragrance collection features a Baldessari inspired three-dot design on the packaging to signify sustainability. VEERT has officially partnered with 1% For the Planet, committing 1% of yearly gross sales to the certified charity that helps our world. The brand is committed to working only with FSC certified vendors and using 85% post-consumer waste boxes and 100% recyclable paper for its packaging.     Featured in outlets like Vogue, Hypebeast’s “Business of Hype” podcast, i-D and many more, Lang has a history of working with legendary figures in fashion, entertainment, music, art, and sports, smartly molding brand identities, opening doors, curating images, and helping clients monetize their marketing investments. Adding brand founder to her ever-growing job description, Julia Lang is launching the VEERT brand as a platform to tell her own stories, express her creative vision, and bring a distinctive, multisensory lifestyle to life with premium products across various categories. VEERT, a play on the French word “vert” (a translation of the color “green”), reflects Lang’s personal connection with the color and what it’s inspired for her. Green has longtime been the color that makes her feel the strongest, the most beautiful, the most vibrant -- an experience she wants to share with everyone who touches her brand. Julia Lang, Tanzanian-German branding and marketing specialist and serial entrepreneur, is launching curated collections of jewelry, home fragrance products, homegoods, and more under her new label -- VEERT. In an unprecedented period of gender upheaval, VEERT breaks with the traditional expectations of men’s and women’s categories to create products outside of traditional gendered categories and aesthetics. By removing the concept of gender, Lang creates a space in between and brings a fresh new edge with her curated collections. VEERT (@itsveert) will be launching on November 9th at itsveert.com.     "In a time when we’re being separated and isolated from each other, hope and inclusivity is needed now more than ever. We don't just want to give birth to another product.  We want to be the catalyst of empowerment, healing energy, and unity. Traditional gender separation won't exist within our products and collections. We truly believe that VEERT is meant to bring us all together. All ages, ethnicities, geographic areas, and gender identities all tied together by an undeniable longing for tastefulness and positive self-expression.”-- Julia Lang, Founder of VEERT.     Unisex jewelry collection of gold vermeil pieces inspired from a deep desire to combine elevated aesthetics with global influences, centered around healing, hope, and positive energy. Lang infused the 18 karat gold plated pieces with powerful healing stones, such as green onyx and malachite. Green onyx is associated with the heart chakra, as well as malachite that clears and activates the chakras. Both stones are an important protection stone. Malachite absorbs negative energies, picking them up from the atmosphere and from the body. The green onyx is the symbol of restfulness and purity. It helps you to move forward from all kind of sorrow, grief and depression. It improves your self-confidence. This green soothing stone has the power to relief worries, tension, stress and fears. Green Onyx is related with love, affection, and friendship. The first VEERT jewelry collection will include a VEERT malachite + green onyx signature ring, green onyx heart pearl earrings, green onyx pearl necklace and a green onyx pendant, which have already been coveted by singer Miguel, rapper NAS and others. The collection is priced from $129 - $395. Selected pieces can also be made in solid 24k gold with pricing upon request.     With the first collection of jewelry, VEERT will also be launching its first signature scent (a blend of Ambre, Bamboo, Tuberose, Pink Sugar), “SERENGETI”, with a Liquid Soap and Candle. SERENGETI Liquid Soap and Candle were carefully created with sustainability and an elevated, immersive experience in mind. The VEERT Candle is made with innovative clean-burning, food-grade-certified coconut oil, one of the first products to market with this sustainable wax alternative that’s designed to burn true, releasing natural perfume without distortion, without ever collecting soot. The brand’s Liquid Hand Soap was developed for a rejuvenating, yet novel feel, using the cleanest ingredients possible to not only leave hands feeling clean and soft, but pure and protected.     The VEERT home fragrance collection features a Baldessari inspired three-dot design on the packaging to signify sustainability. VEERT has officially partnered with 1% For the Planet, committing 1% of yearly gross sales to the certified charity that helps our world. The brand is committed to working only with FSC certified vendors and using 85% post-consumer waste boxes and 100% recyclable paper for its packaging.     Featured in outlets like Vogue, Hypebeast’s “Business of Hype” podcast, i-D and many more, Lang has a history of working with legendary figures in fashion, entertainment, music, art, and sports, smartly molding brand identities, opening doors, curating images, and helping clients monetize their marketing investments. Adding brand founder to her ever-growing job description, Julia Lang is launching the VEERT brand as a platform to tell her own stories, express her creative vision, and bring a distinctive, multisensory lifestyle to life with premium products across various categories. VEERT, a play on the French word “vert” (a translation of the color “green”), reflects Lang’s personal connection with the color and what it’s inspired for her. Green has longtime been the color that makes her feel the strongest, the most beautiful, the most vibrant -- an experience she wants to share with everyone who touches her brand.

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