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Jewelry by Award Winning Texas Designer Jeannie Vianney to be Featured at 2013 Academy Awards
Exquisite lace cast jewelry by award winning designer Jeannie Vianney to be showcased at GBK’s Luxury Gift Lounge for the 2013 Academy Awards on February 22-23 in Beverly Hills, California.
By: Jeannie Vianney
Jeannie Vianney’s cast lace jewelry transforms organic and intricate fabric into exquisite silver and gold jewelry with a modern vintage twist. Selected pieces on display include the Isis Collar Necklace, a beautiful metal lace collar statement piece in antique gold; the signature Chelsea Lace Cuff, a vintage lace form reimagined into sterling silver; and the Abigail Drop Earrings and Ellie Ring in sterling silver.
Jeannie Vianney is recognized for her gorgeous and innovative jewelry design, winning the coveted title of Texas’ Next Top Designer in 2011. She sources beautiful new and vintage laces and transforms them into detailed cast metal jewelry. Tribeza Magazine named her one of “Ten Local Designers Revolutionizing the Craft of Jewelry Making”. Austin Woman Magazine has featured her as a “Designer to Watch”. Her work has been showcased during Austin Fashion Week for the past three years. Her pieces have been featured in national publications such as Lucky Magazine, DailyCandy, and the Washington Post.
To learn more about Jeannie Vianney and her jewelry or her participation in this exclusive event, please visit byjeannie.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call. Shop for jewelry by Jeannie Vianney at byjeannie.com. Follow her on Twitter @JeannieVianney and become a fan on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/
About Jeannie Vianney
Winner of Texas' Next Top Designer 2011, Jeannie Vianney creates fashion forward jewelry in sterling silver and gold plate. Her signature features exquisite and detailed lace cast jewelry. She has a phenomenal eye for discovering vintage and new laces and a talent for transforming them into heirloom pieces. She loves the permanence that casting lace into metal creates and often pairs these pieces with different semi-precious stones and pearls.
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