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Uneek Announces Rebranding

It’s happening on June 8-13, booth LUX1221 at the JCK Luxury Show.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Uneek Jewelry – fine jewelry extraordinaire and award-winning designer Benjamin Javaheri – announces a modern rebrand that will debut in mid-June 2022. The reveal will feature a daring and timeless feel that moves boldly into contemporary luxury. While building a legacy of producing the highest quality designs and diamonds, Benjamin and his team are stepping into a new chapter with an elevated aesthetic and brand vision.

Together, Benjamin and his creative team transformed Uneek’s branding to evoke an identity of modern sophistication, luxury, and edge. This new brand identity distinguishes Uneek with black as the dominant color and accents of white and the classic Uneek gray.

Uneek’s logo redesign was carefully curated to carry its air of refinement and bring forward fresh, modern luxury. The reinvented branding elevates Uneek’s sophisticated history by stepping into an era of contemporary style.

Anticipate the release of Uneek’s rebrand on June 8-13, booth LUX1221 at the JCK Luxury Show in Las Vegas, where Uneek will debut new timeless pieces, best-selling favorites, and one-of-a-kind designs.

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