The brand was featured online and in print.
(Press Release) NEW YORK — Phillip Gavriel is in the headlines again, both online and in print. The luxury digital publication Beverly Hills Magazine featured several of the designer’s newest pieces from his Men’s Collection, including a brown leather, braided bracelet with sterling silver accents and a 14K yellow gold woven bracelet.
The men’s pieces were featured in a June 5 article titled “Best Jewelry Gifts For Him and Her.” The story focused on unique gifts for dads.
In May, the designer was highlighted in six online and print placements covering New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania including the Asbury Park Press, The Record and Herald News and The Journal News. The article, “Jewelry and Perfume She Will Love for Mother’s Day,” showcased multiple pendant necklaces from the Phillip Gavriel Popcorn Collection.
The brand also made appearances in both the April and May issues of Harper’s Bazaar. A yellow gold Omega bracelet from the Phillip Gavriel Heritage Collection was included in “The Extras” section of the publication in April. In May, the magazine chose a gold necklace also from the Phillip Gavriel Heritage Collection for its “Fabulous at Every Age” feature. The Heritage Collection is pure 14K gold jewelry inspired by parent company Royal Chain Group and their earliest collections dating back to the late seventies. Pieces are all made in Italy and are modern interpretations of classic pieces from that period.
“It’s always so exciting to see my work garner that kind of attention and interest. I design for today’s jewelry lover, who is looking for easy elegance in smart pieces that effortlessly transition from day to night. The publicity is rewarding because it’s an affirmation that we’re in tune with our customers,” designer Phillip Gabriel Maroof said.
For more information about the Phillip Gavriel brand, visit www.phillipgavriel.com.
Phillip Gavriel made appearances in both the April and May issues of Harper’s Bazaar.
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