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Why the Kardashians love this luxe Gold Coast jewellery brand

Alex Luck | February 2020

Feel like you’re suffering from a chocolate hangover from all the fuss on Valentine’s Day? Why not give Singles Awareness Day on 15 February a little love instead?

It’s the perfect excuse to gift yourself something a bit more luxe, like locally made jewellery (which will also last much longer than a dozen roses).

Not sure where to start? We’ve got you covered because the Gold Coast is bubbling with creativity and it’s easy to find a jewellery designer to suit your style. Get ready to start swiping right and meet your jewellery match.

Check out these 5 deluxe designers post-Valentine’s Day

For the Bold Beauty (a favourite amongst the Kardashians)

If you love to make an entrance and abhor anything mild or meek, VALÉRE’s designs should be the one you seek. Founded by local Gold Coast designer, Samantha Lowe, VALÉRE jewellery is known for its bold and beautiful gold jewellery designs. Their dazzling Donatella earrings and necklace recently graced the cover of Kylie Jenner’s 2019 calendar and her Instagram. Big sis Kourtney Kardashian followed suit and wore the same Donatella jewellery set as she cruised by Cannes via yacht. So, if you like to make a statement a la Kardashian, consider going bold and gold with VALÉRE.

The Casual Casanova

If you prefer to invest in elegant and effortless designs you will love the minimalist pieces created by Ribs & Dust – all created in-house at the Currumbin Valley studio. From their graceful necklaces to simple signet rings, their bespoke pieces will become your go-to pieces you reach for every day.

The Rebel without a Cause

Not a fan of small talk? Prefer raw conversations? JBK Designs may be the jewellery match for you. This Burleigh Waters brand features unique, colourful bracelets, earrings, necklaces and rings – all designed by local artist Kim Hurst. If you’re known for keeping it real, it’s highly likely you’ll fall in love with their Warrior collection. Each cuff and necklace is kissed with a rough texture of gold, bronze or silver, all which make a statement about strength – the perfect trait to complement independence for 15 February.

You may also appreciate stunning silver pieces made by Cort Jewellery. Every design is individually crafted by Gold Coast husband and wife team, Dean and Ashley Butt. When you see their edgy signet rings, your inner James Dean will want to try them all on. Their punchy pendant necklaces are also the perfect accessory to channel your Joan Jett vibes.

Radiant Romantic

Love yourself a good old fashioned handwritten note or card? We do too. Sometimes it’s the personalised little details that can make quite an impression. And that’s what you’ll get when My Jewellery Shop creates something completely customised for you. With over 40 years of experience, they can turn an old family heirloom into a modern love. Bring the romance back and remodel that old bracelet your Aunt Greta gave you into something new.

Luxurious Leader

If you seek the finer things in life, then cast your eyes on Calleija jewellery. Specialising in beautiful argyle pink diamonds and other extraordinary jewels, Calleija designs are known for being so divine they have also caught the attention of Princess Zara Phillips. Inevitably, this has led to a beautiful collaboration on everyday luxury pieces. Cast your eyes on this beloved collection and more at Calleija’s flagship store in Marina Mirage.

Keep up the celebrations for Singles Day and show off your new jewellery as you’re out and about. See what’s on here.

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