Bold and Edgy - Emerging Designer

Greetings Fashionistas,

For like half of a second I forgot it was Friday, lol. Happy to start my weekend so I'll sort be involved in a little of everything. Tomorrow I have a personal styling presentation at a Mother/Daughter brunch and an industry party to attend. Then on Sunday, it's Mother's day so I will be spending the day with the fab moms in my life. Uber fabolous weekend indeed.

I have a new jewelry line I'd like to introduce to you all. See below.

Introducing Ariane Arazi:
Bold and Edgy Jewelry

About Ariane Arazi Jewelry
Inspired by the latest trends and colors, this fun and elaborate jewelry uses Swarovski crystals, precious metals, pearls, semi-precious stones and of course, bold colors. Each piece is handcrafted by Ariane and a new collection is created each season looking elegant, yet trendy. The sophistication of each piece and the intricate, edgy designs are a direct reflection of Ariane's personality and style.

Ariane Arazi
As a young girl born and raised in Montreal, Canada, Ariane would often visit her family in Milan. Her late grandfather, Issac Hasbani, founded his own jewelry collection and like Ariane, handcrafted every unique piece, (Ariane's uncles now run the company). When in Milan, her grandfather would take her to his office and show her all the pieces in his jewelry collection. Ariane remembers being amazed at the beauty and craftsmanship of his pieces and dreamt of being able to create her own jewelry collection one day. Years later, after recieving a Bachelor of Arts degree at Concordia University, she decided to study the field of jewelry design and enrolled in the Gemological Institute of America. Receiving her diploma in 2007, she decided to gain more experience and began working for her uncles at various jewelry trade shows in the United States. Finally, in 2008, Ariane began designing her own line of costume jewelry and created a luxurious yet affordable collection for a younger, hipper crowd.

For more and purchasing information, please visit her site:

Au revoir!