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LAGOS Jewelry to Surprise STARR’s Le Coucou Guests for Valentine’s Day

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LAGOS Beloved Lock Necklace $325
LAGOS Beloved Lock Necklace $325

(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK — LAGOS, the fine jewelry brand, and leading restaurant group, STARR Restaurants, come together to surprise and delight guests with LAGOS love this Valentine’s Day.

On Tuesday, February 14, dinner guests at STARR’s highly acclaimed restaurants, Le Coucou (NYC), The Love and Talula’s Garden (Philadelphia), will receive a special gift at the end of their meal. Each couple will be presented with an envelope that offers a complimentary glass of champagne, a complimentary dessert, a lovely proverb, or a beautiful sterling silver and 18K gold LAGOS necklace from the brand’s Beloved collection.

LAGOS is known for its signature Caviar beading that adds texture and transforms sterling silver, 18K gold and colorful ceramic into bold, sculptural jewelry.

“Jewelry is a treasured gift that lasts forever,” said LAGOS Vice President of Public Relations Jamie Harris. “So too, are the memories made over a delicious meal. It’s our pleasure to help marry the two for an unforgettable Valentine’s Day.”

STARR Restaurants is one of the largest multi-concept and independent restaurant groups in the country. The brand continues to lead the pack in merging culinary artistry with cutting edge design.

“We are committed to offering our guests unique and exciting dining experiences,” said Randi Sirkin, STARR vice president Creative Services. “With this exclusive keepsake from LAGOS, and our world-class fare, we continue to deliver on that promise.”


LAGOS makes Valentine’s Day shopping simple with classic styles for that special someone. The brand offers a variety of silhouettes from bold bracelets and statement necklaces to stacking rings and elegant earrings, all crafted with the highest quality and precision.



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