PRLog - Jan. 3, 2013 - TUCSON, Ariz. -- Bella Argentina, a Tucson-based jewelry company known for Tango-inspired handmade sterling silver and natural gemstone earrings, necklaces, and bracelets, will move to a bright, colorful studio office at the Historic Y. The move comes after successful runway shows in Phoenix Fashion Week and Santa Fe Fashion Week.
The Historic Y in downtown Tucson, Arizona
Located in the heart of downtown Tucson, the Historic Y is a community arts, education and environmental resource center. The Historic Y is a vibrant and artistically oriented community, home to visual, architectural, performing and healing arts professionals, as well as non-profit environmental, conservation, educational, and community service organizations.
Bella Argentina Jewelry, along with Streitmatter Ceramic Arts, will join the Historic Y community, with neighbors including the Tucson Audubon Society, Congressman Raul Grijalva’s Tucson District Office, The Rogue Theatre, ZUZI! Dance Company, among others.
Of the move, Bella Argentina jewelry designer Courtney Williams said, “I’m excited about this progression for us. A studio office in the Historic Y in downtown Tucson will give us an excellent opportunity to continue to expand our Tango jewelry brand and fashion footprint in Arizona.”
The move comes at an opportune time for Bella Argentina, as the jewelry design company prepares to present a new collection of designs in the Scottsdale Wedding Walk in Phoenix on January 27, 2012, and the Sedona Bridal Fair in February.
Visit www.bellaargentina.com today to see the beauty of Bella Argentina handmade sterling silver Tango jewelry.
Stay in touch with designer Courtney Williams of Bella Argentina to be the first to know about new designs and runway show features. For the latest, visit the official Bella Argentina jewelry Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/
The Historic Y is a powerful force in the Tucson community for promoting individual enrichment, creative self-expression, environmental sustainability, and respect for nature and diversity.