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FOUR SO­CI­ETY LADIES SHARE WITH JAC­QUE­LINE KOT THE STO­RIES OF HOW THEY GOT STARTED IN THE JEW­ELLERY BUSINESS

Hong Kong Tatler - - Gemstones - POR­TRAITS KING FUNG

Hong kong’s rep­u­ta­tion as a global city and a hub for any­thing from fine wine to con­tem­po­rary art makes it an ideal place to nur­ture jew­ellery de­sign­ers, al­low­ing them to tap into the city’s dy­namic life­style for in­spi­ra­tion. Among them are in­no­va­tive women who have gained in­sight from the fam­ily business and branched out on their own to start a col­lec­tion. Michelle Bux­ani’s one-of-a-kind party pieces, the edgy el­e­gance in Au­drey Savransky’s cre­ations, the del­i­cate de­signs of Sarah Ho and the whim­si­cal works of Yvonne Kung—the city’s lead­ing ladies have com­bined business acu­men with cre­ativ­ity to pro­duce a range in­dica­tive of their life­styles and per­son­al­i­ties. All cite Hong Kong’s vi­brant cul­ture as the per­fect in­spi­ra­tion for as­pir­ing jew­ellery de­sign­ers, while the city of­fers first-time en­trepreneurs plenty of re­sources to share their cre­ations with a dis­cern­ing clien­tele.

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