“Every piece I design comes from a special place within, and in a sense, I am giving that part away and sharing it with my client.”
One of Zina Mufleh’s earliest memories as a child was watching her mother get dressed to go out. An enchanting process that captivated the magical senses of a little girl mesmerized by her mother while she was putting on makeup, picking the right dress and shoes, and finally, the pièce de résistance: the jewelry. This process was so intriguing and exciting that Zina’s eyes were trained from that early age to spot all things refined and glamorous. As an adult, Zina went on to explore her love for jewelry by studying Jewelry Design and Metalwork at SIAD, the Surrey Institute of Art and Design University College in the United Kingdom, following that by a degree in Design from the University of Jordan, focusing on Islamic Art. These two academic experiences helped her shape her fascination with jewels and eventually create her namesake label that was established in 2006. Zina’s designs are rich in sophisticated simplicity; designs able to impress in the most subtle ways. With a special knack for knowing what suits each of her clients, each custom-designed piece by Zina reflects her client’s personality. The end product is only the manifestation of an extensive process that covers picking out the right stone to make the clients’ eyes pop, or picking the right color of metal to match their skin-tone. She looks at each individual as a beautiful art piece to which she’s adding her touch. The artist within her keeps longing to draw, an essential element in her character as a designer, as drawing is a true reminder of the reason she started this journey and took this path. With a character geared towards expanding her horizons, Zina is an avid reader with a keen interest in knowing more about politics, nature and world events. Away from the glam of the jewelry world, Zina is focused on humanitarian issues that can strike a remarkable difference in a child’s life. Currently, she is raising funds for underprivileged children to stay enrolled in educational programs. She would like to be remembered as someone that has touched other peoples’ lives in one way or another.