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 Katey Brunini raves about the designs of her former high schoolmate, Kathy Rose. 

 [dropcap cap=FROM THE TIME KATHY ] was co-owner of the cutting-edge jewelry shop Kaviar & Kind in Los Angeles, her own designs have attracted celebrity collectors including Madonna, Cameron Diaz and Angelina Jolie. Well-known for her visionary retail experience and inspired jewelry designs, Rose launched both the Roseark collection of fine jewelry and first Roseark store in West Hollywood in 2008 and a second store in Santa Monica in 2010. Her own designs fill a niche for the woman who desires modern jewelry with a sensibility that is rooted in ancient treasures and ornaments collected from around the globe, with a nod to past civilizations and cultures. The space in her boutique was built to be “an oasis in Los Angeles and a destination shop unmatched by any other
in the city.” Winner of Bravo’s Launch My Line, Rose furthers her vision for a new direction in clothing, utilizing gems as inspiration. Each garment is designed as a palette to showcase jewels. — STORY BY BETH BERNSTEIN [/dropcap]

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“I met Kathy about six years ago, but it wasn’t until she bought my collection
for her first Los Angeles-based shop that we realized we had gone to high school together! As a designer herself, Kathy could really zero in on the woman she knew her customer to be. She has an uncanny eye for creativity and a true
inventiveness in her own designs.” “When she launched her own collection
and store, I became fully acquainted with all of her work. I am truly enamored
with her organic treatment and imagery. She mixes spirit motifs with Native American art and a touch of tribal, and it all blends so well into one cohesive and elegant aesthetic.” “I admire the fact that she infuses her soul into each of her designs, and it
vibrates with her spirit and her personality.”

 

 

 

[componentheading]Designs from Shaill Jhaveri[/componentheading]

Fan Club: Kathy Rose Selected By Katey Brunini
[smalltext]Roseark gemstone and diamond crab pendant[/smalltext]

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Fan Club: Kathy Rose Selected By Katey Brunini

[smalltext]Roseark Snake bracelet in 18K yellow gold with diamond pavé and black diamond eyes[/smalltext]

 

 

Fan Club: Kathy Rose Selected By Katey Brunini

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[smalltext]Roseark white gold snake pavé snake earrings[/smalltext]

 

 

 

Fan Club: Kathy Rose Selected By Katey Brunini

 

[smalltext]Roseark Arrowhead pendant set in pavé rose gold frame[/smalltext]

 

[componentheading]KATEY BRUNINI[/componentheading][smalltext]started what she calls her “organic ode to empowerment” when launching K. Brunini in 1998 with her nowfamous Twig Collection. One of the designers on the forefront of the natural aesthetic in jewelry, Brunini went on to design various collections
influenced by both inanimate and animate objects, which have graced her ever evolving line of fine jewelry and artifacts.[/smalltext]

[span class=note]This story is from the January-February 2011 edition of INDESIGN[/span]

 

 

 

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 Katey Brunini raves about the designs of her former high schoolmate, Kathy Rose. 

 [dropcap cap=FROM THE TIME KATHY ] was co-owner of the cutting-edge jewelry shop Kaviar & Kind in Los Angeles, her own designs have attracted celebrity collectors including Madonna, Cameron Diaz and Angelina Jolie. Well-known for her visionary retail experience and inspired jewelry designs, Rose launched both the Roseark collection of fine jewelry and first Roseark store in West Hollywood in 2008 and a second store in Santa Monica in 2010. Her own designs fill a niche for the woman who desires modern jewelry with a sensibility that is rooted in ancient treasures and ornaments collected from around the globe, with a nod to past civilizations and cultures. The space in her boutique was built to be “an oasis in Los Angeles and a destination shop unmatched by any other
in the city.” Winner of Bravo’s Launch My Line, Rose furthers her vision for a new direction in clothing, utilizing gems as inspiration. Each garment is designed as a palette to showcase jewels. — STORY BY BETH BERNSTEIN [/dropcap]

Fan Club: Kathy Rose Selected By Katey Brunini

 

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“I met Kathy about six years ago, but it wasn’t until she bought my collection
for her first Los Angeles-based shop that we realized we had gone to high school together! As a designer herself, Kathy could really zero in on the woman she knew her customer to be. She has an uncanny eye for creativity and a true
inventiveness in her own designs.” “When she launched her own collection
and store, I became fully acquainted with all of her work. I am truly enamored
with her organic treatment and imagery. She mixes spirit motifs with Native American art and a touch of tribal, and it all blends so well into one cohesive and elegant aesthetic.” “I admire the fact that she infuses her soul into each of her designs, and it
vibrates with her spirit and her personality.”

 

 

 

[componentheading]Designs from Shaill Jhaveri[/componentheading]

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Fan Club: Kathy Rose Selected By Katey Brunini
[smalltext]Roseark gemstone and diamond crab pendant[/smalltext]

 

Fan Club: Kathy Rose Selected By Katey Brunini

[smalltext]Roseark Snake bracelet in 18K yellow gold with diamond pavé and black diamond eyes[/smalltext]

 

 

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Fan Club: Kathy Rose Selected By Katey Brunini

[smalltext]Roseark white gold snake pavé snake earrings[/smalltext]

 

 

 

Fan Club: Kathy Rose Selected By Katey Brunini

 

[smalltext]Roseark Arrowhead pendant set in pavé rose gold frame[/smalltext]

 

[componentheading]KATEY BRUNINI[/componentheading][smalltext]started what she calls her “organic ode to empowerment” when launching K. Brunini in 1998 with her nowfamous Twig Collection. One of the designers on the forefront of the natural aesthetic in jewelry, Brunini went on to design various collections
influenced by both inanimate and animate objects, which have graced her ever evolving line of fine jewelry and artifacts.[/smalltext]

[span class=note]This story is from the January-February 2011 edition of INDESIGN[/span]

 

 

 

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Wilkerson Testimonials

If It’s Time to Consolidate, It’s Time to Call Wilkerson

When Tom Moses decided to close one of the two Moses Jewelers stores in western Pennsylvania, it was time to call in the experts. After reviewing two candidates, Moses, a co-owner of the 72 year-old business, decided to go with Wilkerson. The sale went better than expected. Concerned about running it during the pandemic, Moses says it might have helped the sale. “People wanted to get out, so there was pent-up demand,” he says. “Folks were not traveling so there was disposable income, and we don’t recall a single client commenting to us, feeling uncomfortable. It was busy in here!” And perhaps most importantly, Wilkerson was easy to deal with, he says, and Susan, their personal Wilkerson consultant, was knowledgeable, organized and “really good.” Now, the company can focus on their remaining location — without the hassle of carrying over merchandise that either wouldn’t fit or hadn’t sold. “The decision to hire Wilkerson was a good one,” says Moses.

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