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Anita Ko, Luxury Jewelry Designer
Internationally renowned, Anita Ko jewelry has a signature look of white diamonds, intentionally set to highlight their sparkle and maximize their brilliance. With a large celebrity following that backs her Los Angeles style collection, Anita Ko jewelry is often featured in top publications. Anita Ko launched her collection in 2006 with a focus on luxurious and modern pieces that have a strong design emphasis on layering. Anita Ko jewelry also produces bespoke designs and one-of-a-kind pieces for a select VIP client list.
Frequently Asked Questions About Anita Ko Jewelry
Explore more Anita Ko jewelry facts below with these questions that highlight some of the frequently discussed elements of jewelry by Anita Ko.
FAQ: Who Are Anita Ko Pieces Designed For?
Anita Ko jewelry is designed for the modern woman who wants to wear diamonds every day. Above all else the Anita Ko woman loves the way that diamonds make her feel. Anita Ko pieces are high-end quality modern heirlooms but they are meant to be wearable, worn every day, mixed and matched with other pieces for an effortless personalized look. Jewelry by Anita Ko is designed for the woman who values versatility and wants a piece of jewelry that can be worn at the gym and transition seamlessly to a black tie event.
FAQ: How Do you Layer Anita Ko Pieces?
Layering jewelry by Anita Ko is second nature, as the entire collection was designed with layering possibilities in mind. The most important thing to remember when layering Anita Ko jewelry is to focus on different lengths and sizes of necklaces and to lean into the natural way that each piece falls and plays together on your neck, taking on a life of their own.
FAQ: What Are Some Signature Themes of Anita Ko’s Jewelry?
Jewelry by Anita Ko focuses on the quality of the diamonds and stones, each diamond having gone through a triple vetting process to ensure they are up to Anita Ko standards. Signature themes seen throughout Anita Ko’s collection include graduating round, pear, marquise and heart cut diamonds and motifs such as palm leaves, lucky animals, flowers and bows.