Time: 23 February, 2020
High-end jewelry brand Nadine Jewellery, designed by Saudi designer Nadine Attar, is fast becoming a favorite of Hollywood stars on the red carpet.
Most recently, reality TV star Kristin Cavallari was spotted wearing a piece from the brand’s “Eternal Love” collection at the 92nd Academy Awards, held on Feb. 10. Her look was designed by celebrity stylist Dani Michelle.
The “Eternal Love” set is also featured on Robb Report Arabia’s cover for the February issue. The design of the set resembles a wreath, containing certified cushion diamonds, centered around round and marquise diamonds, creating a magnificent piece of 54.7 carats.
The set is a personal favorite of the Saudi designer, who said she was delighted to see the piece on Cavallari.
“The fine jewelry market had a void when it came to designs rooted in a traditional aesthetic crafted at international luxury standards; I aspired to fill that void with my brand,” said Attar.
Nadine Jewellery has also been spotted on other celebrities, including Zendaya at the 2019 People’s Choice Awards in the Lily collection, Marisa Tomei at the Independent Spirit Awards in the Rouh collection, Pia Mia at the Grammy Awards in the Neda collection, and Alessandra Ambrosio at the Cannes Film Festival in 2018. The brand has also been seen in high-fashion publications, such as Vogue, Elle, Instyle, and Hollywood Reporter.
The brand is represented by Create Twenty Two in the US.
“Nadine Jewellery is focused on crafting memories for generations to come, encouraging self-expression for individuals by crafting timeless, unique and personal pieces of jewelry. Create Twenty Two is thrilled to be able to work and represent the designs in the US and hopes to work on more collaborations with the statement designs and other various US talents,” the company said.
Attar, a third-generation luxury business entrepreneur, left a long career in banking to become a gemologist, a certified diamond graduate, a certified gemstone grader, and an accredited jewelry professional.
She is mostly inspired by colors of nature and diversity of character. She believes jewelry should be a personal statement.
Attar’s passion is inherited from her father who has been in the luxury field for more than 40 years.
The high-end jewelry brand offers pieces for women, men, and children with designs inspired by nature, spirituality, and culture, hand crafted in Italy.