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Supercharge Your Life

Strolling through the woods on a clear, crisp fall day, you’re surrounded by golden, crimson foliage. Shards of dappled light stream down from above. Vibrant, alive, your spirit soars. You’re inspired.

Supercharged moments offer glimpses of heightened awareness.  Colors are more vivid. Our senses are super receptive, flooded in bliss. Suddenly we wake up, a new life breathed into us.

A Day in the Life - A Jewelry Blogger’s Perspective

Mia panel NovI recently had the opportunity to interview Katerina Perez, Editor-in-chief of katerinaperez.com, with 50,000 followers and expanding rapidly. Her cutting-edge fine jewelry-focused website reveals the importance of the emerging trend of the blogosphere where her deep passion and exuberance for all things gems and jewelry shines through. Based in London she travels the world seeking the ultimate in world-class high-end jewelry. In Part II of our article she shares her experiences of a top end jewelry blogger’s life.

Touring the Blogosphere

Mia Perez OctKaterina Perez, jewelry insider and explorer

Meet Katerina Perez, editor-in-chief of katerinaperez.com, garnering 50,000 followers and expanding rapidly. Based in London, she’s a fearless globetrotter, seeking the ultimate in world-class high-end jewelry. She recently was an award-presenter at the Couture show in Vegas and expert panelist at JCK Talks’ “Power of Blogging.” She regularly rubs elbows with top echelon jewelry editors and designers, highlighting top design and discovering and promoting emerging talent. Her cutting-edge fine jewelry-focused website reveals the importance of the emerging trend of the blogosphere where her deep passion and exuberance for all things gems and jewelry shines through.

Selling the Dream - The Couture Experience

Mia Sept BordiaWhen Oscar de la Renta passed away in October 2014 it signaled to some the end of an era. Trained by Balenciaga, having worked for the iconic couture houses Lanvin and Balmain before founding his own eponymous firm, he dressed the international elite from Jackie Kennedy to, most recently, Amal Clooney, George’s wife, designing her wedding gown. Some have argued that as an institution couture is past its prime. But it sells a dream that’s very much alive and well.

What’s your Fantasy? New Trend Alert - Fantasy Jewelry!

Mia BullfinchesThere’s a fresh new wave coming and I’m all on board - Fantasy jewelry! It’s all about stretching the imagination, breaking the boundaries of perception, opening new vistas. You know that “wow” sensation when you see a piece that startles, excites and delights? “I’ve never seen that before. I’ve never even thought of that possibility!”

Cartier’s Nouvelle Vague, literally “new wave,” inspires with “free-thinking, joyful, playful and mysterious creations, seven creative universes” designed to celebrate the Parisian woman’s personality and her lifestyle (www.cartier.us/collections/jewelry/collections/paris-nouvelle-vague). Surprising bubble-like spherical rings and other edgy structural patterns with juxtaposed planes, unanticipated negative space, dangling and moving parts all push the envelope, challenging our expectations. Tiffany & Co.’s just released 2015 Blue Book, the Art of the Sea, also expands horizons with its fantastic swirling, fluid creations, bringing “the sea’s mythical creatures to life.” Francesca Amfitheatrof, design director, explains, “ I’ve woven the sinuous tentacles of the octopus into ribbon-like jewels of great fluidity and flexibility.” Amfitheatrof “sets Tiffany diamonds in electrifying motion - spinning in whirlpools, cascading in waterfalls and dancing like moonlight on the waves. Her jewels of colorful gemstones are equally dynamic - blossoming in undersea gardens and swirling like pebbles polished by wind and water.” (www.tiffany.com)

Designs that Sell! What’s hot. What’s not.

Have you ever wondered why some jewelry generates tremendous buzz while other pieces just sit in the case? What makes best sellers pop? A key element is design. Of course color, materials, quality and workmanship are important. But often what first grabs your customers’ attention is design. What are the features of winning design? How can you pick the winners and avoid the losers?

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