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In fashion tonight takes a series.
That make a statement take a look at that my friend very sparkly.
My next guest is well known in the fashion world having launched his jewelry line back in 1998 today.
His collection is featured at luxury retailers all over the place Bergdorf Goodman Neiman Marcus Saks Fifth Avenue parents.
His unique -- to cut the eyes of many A list celebrities including Oprah Carrie Underwood lady got got.
Matthew Campbell -- -- joins me now that you and your -- made it feel like you're a 150 years old and you're not you're very young man.
-- -- had a lot of success really quickly being in these major stores.
How did you break.
For a while I was actually very very lucky to have met and -- -- -- -- ground there from travel and leisure and that trip in Bangkok.
-- she purchased some of my work and when I visited New York she was nice enough to -- a part of Bergdorf Goodman's.
And she moves you -- but the buyer I wanna talk about some of your work here because it's really beautiful.
I'm wearing a gorgeous bracelet right here that matches my dress you've got a number of bags here tell me a little bit about them.
Well all of the bags have.
-- -- And says stones and the jury are satires and -- my precious stones like in this they're amazing and this is the hot thing to have right now that's right they're little clutches that women can take with them when they go out -- the demand high.
What it's becoming more more and.
Important for people to have the statement pieces -- conversation decency and handbag as a great way.
To do that yeah now I still are bracelets.
And I just -- on a bracelet that Oprah war once -- that could -- to.
So tell me about the materials and -- this is blue topaz blue enamel a sentence sterling silver Oprah was -- on this month's cover of O magazine.
I think this is cool this is an animal that's what you -- didn't I don't know if that's what it's an.
So -- -- your inspirations here you said your family collects arts and antiques and I noticed what looks like a variety of influences here tell me about that.
By Diamondbacks -- to -- inspiration from my every day.
Life went when I walk around cities I look at the -- of Iraq on buildings.
I antiques picture frames.
And I like to China mash the various time periods into something that becomes a little bit more new and modern candidate.
-- my voice.
Yeah it's interesting event L in -- -- I mean.
It you know I -- here and talk to you you don't sound like somebody -- used an international jewelry designer but you are.
Forty you -- you learned about the industry and about demand in the marketplace.
We're talking a little earlier about Asia where do you think the best market is for -- -- pieces.
Well I think that.
If you have a unique product you can find marketplace anywhere in the world.
Number one thing is certain to remain should your voice.
And you'll find a customer.
Yeah -- remain true to your voice and it's interesting contractually from Kentucky.
Where's where's that said I don't hear a bit of it -- my parents are from California.
I don't -- -- they write us as a write up I assume that women ask you this question all the time right like how to -- where -- -- you -- your recommendation.
What do you tell them should they Wear something simple to access a special piece like this.
I think that if he had a statement.
I'm a big advocate for stacking multiple small Bengals like these.
I think that -- a lot of texture and a lot of flash to the rest.
Which is always flashy that's what we're -- -- -- -- that it brought attention and it and eventually leads conversation we wish you much future success thanks for coming on the show and showing us your beautiful jewelry it's just fantastic thank you.
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