Vanessa Leu Fine Jewelry Featured on American Idol

Designer Vanessa Leu's earrings are featured in the Motown episode of American Idol.
April 1, 2011 - PRLog -- Vanessa Leu Fine Jewelry ( was featured on television’s most watched series, American Idol.

During the Motown episode, contestant Naima Adedapo wore Vanessa Leu earrings for her impressive rendition of “Dancing in the Streets.” While the talented performer sang and danced, Vanessa Leu’s black gold trillion earrings sparkled and moved with her.

From the designer’s latest Contemporaries Collection, the trillion earrings are handcrafted from blackened gold and set with brilliant blue topaz. Of her design, Ms. Leu says, “I wanted to create a luxurious piece that makes a statement while maintaining its grace. The earrings are large, but I used elongated lines to make it feminine and lively. I strive to create pieces that help the woman shine and move with her…statement luxury that has its own life.”

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About Vanessa Leu Fine Jewelry
Vanessa Leu’s lifelong artistic and spiritual pursuit lends her a fresh translation of beauty. With an intuitive approach to design, Leu adds life and grace to minimalist lines. Her inspirations are transcendent and contemporary—balancing insights from Zen, abstract painters with contemporary art. Her jewelry expresses the spirit of the modern woman, creating luxury that translates effortlessly from occasion to occasion. To date, Vanessa Leu has been named a JCK 2010 Rising Star, which is a prestigious jewelry industry recognition. Her work has also found recognition from various American and Asian fashion industry leaders, including editors, stylists of hit TV shows such as Grey's Anatomy and Heroes.

More information about the designer and her collections can be found at
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