Sunday, June 12, 2011

Bajalia Jewelry, Change the World While Shopping the World

Want to spice up your summer wardrobe with fashionable, hand-crafted jewelry and assist disadvantaged women around the world?

Bajalia founder Debbie Farah.
Then look no further than the unique jewelry brand Bajalia. In March, the artisan jewelry and accessory collection joined forces with HSN.  Prices start at $19.95.

Bajalia founder and CEO Debbie Farah utilizes her design skills to empower female artisans around the world. The name of the company was inspired by Farah's grandfather, Elias Bajalia, a Palestinian emigrant and women's advocate.

"To launch my collection, I wanted to select a partner that would allow me to bring to life the inspirational stories of the women behind the Bajalia brand -- and HSN is an ideal fit," Farah says.

"I appreciate the opportunity to educate consumers about global women's issues and invite them to change the world while shopping the world."

Bajalia's collection for HSN includes beautifully crafted pieces made from indigenous design elements including beads and gemstones (turquoise, coral, amber, lapis) mixed with glass, paper, and silver-and-gold-toned metals.

1 comment:

  1. I hope they open an online jewelry store soon. I love their pieces, and online shopping would make it easier to buy.

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