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Lark & Berry Launches “OMNIS,” Its New, Unisex 18K Gold Collection

The collection is featuring cultured diamonds and stones.




Lark & Berry Launches “OMNIS,” Its New, Unisex 18K Gold Collection

(PRESS RELEASE) LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM — Just in time for the spring, Lark & Berry introduces its new unisex, 18k white and yellow gold OMNIS collection, featuring an array of pieces home to the brand’s headline-making, disrupting cultured diamonds and stones (also known as lab grown).

Modern meets vintage with an anything goes 90’s era re-invention for the brand’s new OMNIS collection. The bold lines and cutting contrasts of the new bangles, rings, studs and pendants were inspired by Art Deco architecture and artwork, yielding an 18k gold collection stylishly straddling the line between past and future. There’s quite a variety of stones to choose from, including glorious green emeralds and blue sapphires or the option to keep it classic with fine diamonds. All OMNIS pieces are made-to-order upon purchase in keeping the brand’s commitment to upholding sustainable practices.

“When I look back on this new OMNIS suite now, I think I see that some of my love of sci-fi came out in certain elements of the retro look,” recalls brand Founder Laura Chavez. “Our head of worldwide retail actually came up with the name whilst we were all brainstorming terms or phrases that represented the idea of ‘everyone’ or ‘all’ as a concept — and she thought of ‘OMNIS,’ and we all loved it. Serendipitously, that name has a nice sci-fi ring to it as well. I think we’re only going to see the trend of unisex jewellery options in luxury keep growing, and I’m proud to introduce an exclusively cultured diamonds and stones line of ours into that zeitgeist.”



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