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Alexis Bittar glowing costume jewelry

Alexis Bittar glowing costume jewelry

Alexis Bittar glowing costume jewelry

Alexis Bittar glowing costume jewelry
Created by Alexis Bittar jewelry – fantastic shining world, where exotic flowers and animals, ethnic ornaments and classical motifs easily coexist.
Bittar began acquaintance with the fashion world in 1983, when he got a job as a seller in a New York vintage clothing and jewelry store. Fascinated by Art Deco, René Lalique glass, Bakelite, lucite, semiprecious stones and metals, Alexis created his first jewelry collection (1988).
Meanwhile, his work began to bear fruit, especially, when Bergdorf Goodman, the fashion director at the department store, noticed him. Subsequently, Bittar developed jewelry lines for such famous companies as Saks Fifth Avenue, Harrod’s, Barneys New York, Burberry, Takashimaya, and more. Besides, he created decorations for the Cooper-Hewitt Museum and London Victoria and Albert. Noteworthy, the designer opened his first boutique in New York (2004), and the same year his decorations appeared in Estee Lauder advertising.

Luminous costume jewelry by Alexis Bitta

Dog’s head brooch. Lucite, rhinestones, 7 cm. Alexis Bittar glowing costume jewelry

Over the years, Alexis Bittar products manufactured in Brooklyn, New York have been sold in more than 500 European boutiques. Interestingly, Alexis created jewelry specifically for the TV series “Sex and the City”. Also, his jewelry appeared on the covers of Vogue, Time Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, as well as on Lady Gaga and Michelle Obama.

Alexis Bittar glowing costume jewelry

Grasshopper on a leaf, vintage brooch. Jewelry alloy, plastic. 10.5cm. Alexis Bittar glowing costume jewelry

American designer Alexis Bittar is a laureate of CFDA Award in the Designer of Accessories of the Year in 2010.

Many women prefer Alexis Bittar costume jewelry to expensive jewelry, because it remains in its original shining form for a long time. According to Bittar, he tries to “breathe life” into each of his creations, that’s why it is impossible to take eyes off them.

Alexis Bittar glowing costume jewelry

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