My work has always been inspired from the natural beauty of our planet itself. The beauty that comes not only from nature, like plants and animals as we normally think about it, but from us as human beings with our remarkable cultural and biological differences.
I like to talk to my audience through the pieces I make, addressing interesting and curious subjects in each collection. To see the beauty of the night sky, even when you are in the middle of a big city, like NYC, was the subject of the award-winning Lammat collection, where I introduced jewelry with building-like shapes filled with pieces of concrete, and diamonds representing our constellations.
Knowing that my customers can tell interesting stories—or make someone think about an important subject—every time someone asks about their jewelry is one of the things I’m most excited about.
That’s why I’ve been making my own jewelry for more than a decade. My pieces create memorable moments, and they’re used more as a statement of personality and style than a reflection of status.
They speak for themselves.
You can see the concept of each collection by clicking here.
Part of the different experience I like to offer to my clients is how the jewelry is packaged. The brand's traditional boxes have a triangular shape and are produced manually by Brazilian artisans, just like the cases and transport bags.
The cases go with the commercial pieces and the special boxes go with the special ones, that are accommodated inside the box with a distinct scarf. Each one is digitally printed with unique patterns, designed and selected by me, according to the theme of each collection. As with the jewelry, the packaging is limited edition and can be collected to offer an exclusive, unique customer experience.