LA Rocks jewelry deal was brokered by The Brand Liaison on behalf of David Tutera.

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November 6, 2019

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Award-winning designer David Tutera has partnered with jewelry manufacturer LA Rocks for a new line of fashion Jewelry.  

The Atelier and Everyday Celebrations collections will feature a variety of metals, textures, precious and semi-precious stones, crystal, pearls, cubic zirconia and diamond accents. Swarovski crystal and pearl elements are also a key luxe design component to both collections.

“We are thrilled to bring David’s talent as a designer and the preeminent celebrations expert to life through jewelry,” says Joe Behney, chief executive officer, LA Rocks. “David Tutera’s enthusiasm for life’s important moments, enjoying each day to the fullest, and his unparalleled aesthetic, offer the consumer meaningful, personal options in each of these collections.”

 “I believe every day is a celebration,” says Tutera. “And I can think of no better way to show off that spirit than a sparkling piece of jewelry. Everybody needs a little sparkle in their life.”

The deal was brokered by The Brand Liaison, the exclusive licensing agent for David Tutera. Most recently, the agency also brought together Tutera with 1-800-Flowers for a line of curated products.

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