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Cadar Fine Jewelry to Debut at Bergdorf Goodman

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NEW YORK, NY – CADAR, the fine jewelry collection by designer Michal Kadar, has been selected by Bergdorf Goodman to make its retail debut in the new fine jewelry salon of the specialty luxury retailer.

The Cadar Collection will be available in-store beginning in early August, and will also be featured in Bergdorf Goodman’s catalogs, magazines and windows. The announcement was made by Michal Kadar, founder and creative director of Cadar.

“Bergdorf Goodman has always inspired me, both as a designer and as a consumer. To have my work featured there is a dream come true,” says Mrs. Kadar. “It is a tremendous honor to be chosen to launch and showcase Cadar in the company of many of the world’s finest and most iconic brands. Cadar was born in New York City, and I could not think of a more appropriate setting for our retail debut.”

“We are so excited to be launching Cadar this fall. Michal Kadar designs for women like herself, who are confident and empowered. Her aesthetic is clean and pure. The designs have great movement and articulation. The fresh, minimalistic approach to gold and diamonds is sure to resonate with the Bergdorf Goodman client,” says Jodi Kaplan, Bergdorf Goodman’s vice president/divisional merchandise manager, jewelry & watches.

Cadar made its debut at the Couture show in Las Vegas. The Cadar Collection includes two new suites, Reflections and Endless, which were introduced by designer Michal Kadar.

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