The Overdressed Pavilion for the first time at Jewellery Arabia 2014


For the
first time at Jewellery Arabia 2014 The Overdressed presents

The Overdressed Pavilion

hosting

Aamaya
Priyanka

Charles
Oudin

Charmaleena

Muneera
Al Sharhan

SevenFriday
Suzanne
Kalan

Zein
Belbeisi

It brought us great and immense pleasure to be part of Jewellery Arabia 2014 by way of The Overdressed Pavilion. An event with a format that is the first of its type in the whole entire world!

The Overdressed’s participation
by way of The Overdressed Pavilion at Jewellery Arabia 2014 brings together a curated
selection of international and local jewellers who focus on producing beautiful
modern designs using precious and semi-precious stones. The end result is a
beautiful, artistic, genuine piece of jewellery which is also affordable to the
young working woman who is looking to update her jewellery box without breaking
the bank. 

The Overdressed Pavilion was
located in Hall 1 (booth 623) staying true to what The Overdressed brand
believes in, high quality and beautiful surroundings. We believe that shopping
in an attractive setting stimulates one’s creative senses to be drawn to even
more beautiful things.  
 

The Overdressed Pavilion was a
dynamic place of all things living and alive, from the fresh floral panelled
walls sponsored by Alia Flowers, to the precious living stones used by our
jewellers. 
 

We felt there was a niche in the market; young working women
do not have much choice when it comes to purchasing jewellery. It is either big
diamonds with big prices or small diamonds which have no effect. We bring
together a selection of jewellers who produce beautiful pieces at prices which
the young working woman can afford when she is treating herself. We want women
to be able to wear the jewels which they work so hard to purchase, what is the
point of storing jewels away for special occasions?
 

The brands hosted by The
Overdressed Pavilion represent timeless and effective jewelry, pieces which
enhance and lighten up any look.

Aamaya Priyanka PRIYANKA
jewelry fuses Eastern and Western influences to create beautiful statement
pieces; her rich Indian heritage is visible in the complexity of colour
combinations, stones and timeless designs. @aamayapriyanka

Charles Oudin The Oudin
dynasty is renowned as watchmaker to the French Navy, the Pope and the
principal European Royal courts in 1789. Since 1998, Camille Berthet, expert in
antique watches, has taken up the challenge of reviving the timeless Oudin
brand. Today, Charles Oudin jewellery watches are made in Paris by craftsmen using
traditional methods of quality which the the French jewelry and watchmaking
industry is renowned for. @CharlesOudin

Charmaleena Charmaleena
Fine Jewellery is a Saudi brand of symbolic and contemporary, wearable art
founded by sisters Leena and Hala M. El Khereiji in April 2012. With an
international presence and clientele, Charmaleena Fine Jewellery represents an
Arab flair within the universal sartorial language of jewellery, injecting
creativity into classical chic. @charmaleena

Muneera Al Sharhan Muneera
Hamed Alsharhan is a Kuwaiti artist who specializes in jewelry making. She
focuses on creating contemporary and fine jewelry. @mhsq8

SevenFriday Steel, industrial tools, engines, machines, and wheels-the brand’s
designs are strongly inspired by these elements. The products are a result of
this inspiration in combination with high end production and complex
construction for the discerning gentleman who has everything. @SevenFriday_Bahrain

Suzanne Kalan Suzanne Kalan turned her passion into a reality
in 1988 after her daughter was born when she launched her fine jewelry line.
Suzanne wants the woman who wears her designs to be able to wear it today,
tomorrow and twenty years from now. @SuzanneKalan

Zein Belbeisi The brand was launched at The Overdressed Pavilion during Jewellery
Arabia, introducing women to beautiful wearable, unique art deco inspired
designs by Zein Belbeisi. @zeinbelbeisi

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