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Miriam Nazmy

Miriam Nazmy Jewelry is inspired by mixing cultures to reach oriental jewelry with a modern take. Every item can be passed through generations with a lasting feel of elegance, a true treasure.  This talented designer’s jewelry can be found in the jewelry collections of the likes of Rachel Zoe or Margherita Missoni or you could even find it in a museum.  Finally, we are proud to announce a jewelry designer parting from the ‘ein’ and ‘kaf’ and picking another oriental inspiration.

Below is a short interview with the designer and pictures of her collection.

What is the inspiration behind your collection?

I read a memorable novel called “The Kite Runner” that portrays a life of a beautiful country broken asunder, Afghanistan.  That is when I decided to know more about their art and culture, which was the core of my inspiration.

Who do you imagine wearing your jewelry?

Charlize Theron is one of the most young, popular, and appealing actresses of our time.  Picturing her wearing my jewelry would be an honor and a turning point in my designing career.

Where do you wish your collection is sold?

Harrods because not only is it one of the most famous high-end department stores in the world but also because it was owned by an Egyptian.  Selling my collection at Harrods would add a lot to the image of Egyptian designers abroad.

What should we expect next and how to do you plan to keep your collection innovative?

Being exposed to the latest fashion trends in various media channels helps me a lot in keeping my collection unique.  The most important thing to me as a designer is how to avoid imitating and to create something new that reflects my own character.

Gold earnings with turquoise stones

Long gold necklace with ruby stones

Gold bracelet with ruby and emerald stones

The amazing detailed work of her jewelry

Gold and ruby earings

Ruby red and gold necklace

Photography by: Hala’s Life Photography. Click HERE for more

Location: EGO at 46A El Orouba St., in front of the Meridian hotel, Heliopolis.

Important Note: The designer utilizes gold plated silver and the stones are semi-precious, specifically, agate.

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