A newly launched website calls for some celebration! Kavant & Sharart Jewelry is sharing their new website, with e-commerce coming soon, and is extremely excited for everyone to take a look. The website features three of their full collections, each one incredibly fascinating and worth the click of a mouse. You’ve got their Origami Collection, inspired by the Japanese art of folding paper, Le Phoenix Collection, which takes on influences from graceful movements of a mythological creature, and the Magnificent Collection, which fuses breathtaking gemstones with extremely unique yet wearable designs.
Within the Origami Collection, each piece is done in 18k gold with white and black diamonds. These ultra modern pieces are very modern and have such an editorial appeal. Le Phoenix takes a brand new approach to the ear jacket, which they like to call the Ear Tux (short for tuxedo). This new concept allows the wearer to play with its web of possibilities such as converting it from a stud, a half-hoop version to a pair of dangling earring. The different combination grace the ear in a bold, new way using diamonds and 18k gold, sometimes even mixed with pops of colored gemstones. (refer to image with 4 earrings) The Magnificent Collection features one-of-a-kind designs that allow Kenny & Sharlinn to excel at what they truly love. Each amazing piece has a unique gemstone or a whimsical pairing of gems as the centerfold.
With the news of new collections and a brand new website comes another exciting piece of information–Kavant & Sharart is now available at Fragments in NYC! The design duo couldn’t be more happy to have their pieces selling in such a prestigious shop, a jewelry designer’s dream! So, what makes Kavant & Sharart a good match with Fragments?
Sharlinn explains, “We believe Kavant & Sharart has something unique yet very wearable and different from what they currently have at Fragments. And above that, this new concept of ear-tux is so fresh and new, they loved it when we first showed it to them. Our heritage too may be a good fit, a Thai paired with a Singaporean — bringing a different flavor to the table.”
I couldn’t agree more! If you’re in the NYC area, pop over to Fragments and check out the designs in person. If that’s not possible for you, you can browse online here and get the latest updates at www.facebook.com/kavantandsharart . Congrats to Kavant & Sharart on all your success so far!
To read about my private viewing of Kavant & Sharart Jewelry, click here.