May 27, 2011
Designer Katey Brunini is unveiling a thoughtful and carefully executed retrospective of her best selling jewelry designs during the course of the last ten years. This special collection celebrates renewal, rebirth and a metamorphosis for 2011. The iconic symbol of this sea change is a petite rose gold butterfly that flew through Brunini’s enchanted garden and landed on the brand’s most successful styles to date. The new color palette features angel skin coral, salmon, aqua, electric green, rose, sand and pearl in this year’s collection.
The stand-out gemstone is the Jundah opal, whose name translates to “woman” in aboriginal languages. This unique opal is both earthy and elemental with great flashes of electric lavender throughout. “This collection allows retailers to focus on what sells consistently,” states Katey Brunini. “In this time of retail rebuilding, it is important to give customers a solid offering and then add in our more extravagant pieces around key holidays.”
Katey launched her jewelry design company, K. Brunini Jewels, in 1998. Spiritual and soulful in her designs, Katey’s creations are made of lasting and beautiful materials—precious metals of platinum, gold and sterling silver. She mixes these with diamonds, pearls and rare gems then incorporates unique elements of wood, bone and antlers to create a raw and refined harmony.
To see the collection, please visit Salon 704 at the COUTURE show in the Wynn Las Vegas Hotel, or for more information log on to www.kbrunini.com.
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