FINE JEWELERY

Intrepid world traveler and jeweler Charlotte Lena Souki brings her magnificent designs to Aspen.

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Charlotte Lena Souki has been designing her own jewelry collection for you, using
the famous French workshop Edouard Nahum. Her last collection, PROMISE, declines
her love messages, in the form of necklaces, bracelets and rings.
 
Her passion for making jewelry started at a very young age, when she visited her uncle’s jewelry store in Marseille, France.
« Right away, I was fascinated by the process of creating and making beautiful pieces of jewelry. » Souki says.
 
Nearly two decades later and qualified with a degree in gemology, Souki gathered her courage to present sketches of her designs to several jewelers in Paris. It wasn’t long before her career was officially launched.
Souki remembers those first days and how she was surprised by the lengthy process from design to final product. « At each step, I got more and more excited » she says. « The joy and satisfaction are indescribable ».
 
Souki garners inspiration for her wearable artwork from fashion icons like Coco Chanel and Art Deco style from the 1920s and 1930s.

FINE JEWELERY

Intrepid world traveler and jeweler Charlotte Lena Souki brings her magnificent designs to Aspen.

READ MORE
Charlotte Lena Souki has been designing her own jewelry collection for you, using
the famous French workshop Edouard Nahum. Her last collection, PROMISE, declines
her love messages, in the form of necklaces, bracelets and rings.
 
Her passion for making jewelry started at a very young age, when she visited her uncle’s jewelry store in Marseille, France.
« Right away, I was fascinated by the process of creating and making beautiful pieces of jewelry. » Souki says.
 
Nearly two decades later and qualified with a degree in gemology, Souki gathered her courage to present sketches of her designs to several jewelers in Paris. It wasn’t long before her career was officially launched.
Souki remembers those first days and how she was surprised by the lengthy process from design to final product. « At each step, I got more and more excited » she says. « The joy and satisfaction are indescribable ».
 
Souki garners inspiration for her wearable artwork from fashion icons like Coco Chanel and Art Deco style from the 1920s and 1930s.