Supreme Jewelry is one of those brands that constantly amazes me with every new creation it comes up with. The luxury jeweler is constantly on the cutting edge, putting a clear couture spin on its designs, while maintaining exquisite quality and craftsmanship.
When I look at these pieces, I really get the feeling that the creator is not only well-versed in the art of jewelry making, but also has a wild imagination, loves everything about what they’re doing, and has a darn good sense of how to have fun.
That designer is Jirair Kiladjian, cofounder of Supreme Jewelry, who (thankfully for us) decided to start his own jewelry line after working in the industry abroad in such places as France, Canada, and his home country, Lebanon. Supreme Jewelry was officially born in 1989 and continues to impress, amaze, and grow.
“Supreme Jewelry began in the jewelry industry over 30 years ago,” says Mardo Kiladjian, VP of sales and product development. “We’ve grown tremendously since then, and we believe it’s because of the beautifully unique look of our designs, the amazing quality, and our desire to go above and beyond for each client while continuously being inspired by women. Our design aesthetic is created to conform to a woman’s natural beauty, strength, and elegance, which is represented in every Supreme Jewelry design. The amazing response we get from celebrities that wear our jewelry, such as Teri Hatcher, Kristin Chenoweth, and Brooke Burke, is all just icing on the cake.”
Though a collection of famous faces are considered fans of Supreme Jewelry, and rightly so, one need not be a celebrity to be over the moon for its designs. I know plenty of regular, non-famous people who wouldn’t mind donning a few—or all—of these jewels. (Read that: Me! Me!) Magic, whimsy, prestige, innovation: All are things that come to mind as I glance (okay, covetously gaze, stare, gawk) at Supreme’s wares. Many of the designs are unexpected, with detail that you could get lost in for a long, long time. The gemstones are top-notch, glittering from their beautifully made homes in precious metals and sensational aesthetics. Aesthetics that your shoppers, especially self-purchasing women, I would think, will go gaga for.