With Carelle a collection as soft as the brushstroke of an artist on a canvas ♦
It is been the first jewelery company that was certified as “Made in New York”. Yet he has a French name. Carelle, in fact, is the contraction of two words of the language of Moliere and Victor Hugo: car elle, that is, “because her”. Also the name of the designer who founded the Maison in the 1970s is vaguely exotic: Chana Regev. She represents the fourth generation of an active family especially in diamond trading and long time been based in the American city.
In addition to the pret à porter collections, Carelle also offers custom made jewelery, with some large stones (and prices). But at the Couture in Las Vegas Carelle presented the new Brushstroke collection. The shape of gold jewels suggests, in fact, the fluid mark of an artist’s brushstroke on a canvas. In some pieces, yellow diamonds are added to small diamonds. Rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings reveal a non-usual softness in the jewelery world. The prices of the Brushstroke collection are variable as a sign of a brush: ranging from 595 to $ 7,150. Giulia Netrese