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Muzo Reveals 2020 Female Designer Collaboration November 19, 2020 (0 comments)

2020-11-19 Muzo

New York, NY–Responsible mining company, Muzo Emerald Colombia has just announced it will debut its latest collaboration featuring powerhouse roster of female jewelry design talent. (Image Credit: Silvia Furmanovich via Muzo.)

Launching this November on Moda Operandi, just in time for the gift-giving season, each designer created a signature or capsule collection highlighting Muzo's responsibly-sourced emeralds while staying loyal to her brand DNA. The 2020 collection includes a range of one-of-a-kind pieces from Colette, Harwell Godfrey, Jenna Blake, Katherine Jetter, Loren Nicole, Michelle Fantaci, Nina Runsdorf, Robinson Pelham, Silvia Furmanovich, and Sorellina. 

The new collaboration –the brand's fourth since 2018 –expands Muzo's repertoire and price point and marks the first time the emerald producer has provided contemporary design partners with access to its faceted gemstones. In addition to the faceted material, which allows for maximum light reflection, several designers incorporated luxe emerald cabochons –a smooth, rounded-edge gemstone known for its vibrant, saturated hue. Previous collaborations featured only Muzo's organic material, including emerald slices and beads.

Gabbi Harvey, Head of Business Development for Muzo, says "This collaboration marks the first time that consumers will have the opportunity to purchase a range of unique jewelry from ten of the most sought-after contemporary designers in our industry. Through our partnerships, we can continue to educate and spread awareness of our commitment to responsible sourcing, while showcasing the beauty, rarity, and versatility of Colombian emeralds."

The collection will feature 34 pieces, priced from $1,000 to $100,000+, and launches with an exclusive Moda Operandi trunk show on November 16th. 

Muzo has also aligned with New York City Jewelry Week (NYCJW) to create a panel discussion that will highlight the collaboration, as well asMuzo’s work to support its local community. Jewelry expert, stylist, and journalist, Tanya Dukes, will moderate the panel, which will feature a select group of the 2020 program’s designers, alongside Harvey. While the designers will delve into their design and inspiration process as well as production challenges amidst the pandemic, Harvey will offer insight into Muzo’s CSR efforts (Muzo was just named a winner of the JNA Award for Sustainability, alongside global diamond giant, DeBeers). Visit to learn more.

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