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Carefully curated selections of Valentine's gift ideas are selected by ones preferred or dream travel destinations. Whether enjoying the city of lights, cultural experiences or an endless deep blue ocean are on their list, let us help you find the perfect gift. 


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PARIS

An ultimate infectious joie de vivre

L: Maison Margiela Alliance Yellow Gold Split Bracelet
R: Maria Black Fay Wray Rose Gold Stud

    

 

 

NEW YORK CITY
Never stopping and always evolving

L: Mizuki Black Tahitian Pearl Bar Earrings
R: Ginette NY Single Diamond Choker

    

 



ASPEN
A breathtakingly white wonderland

L: Melanie Georgacopoulos Sliced Pearl Bracelet
R: Yannis Sergakis Adornments Crochets Blue Sapphire Ring

    

 

 

MIAMI
Art Deco + palm trees + white sand = heavenly

L: Gabriela Artigas Infinite Staple Ring
R: Yvonne Leon Turquoise and Tsavorites Garnet Tige Earring

    



 

TOKYO
Sushi and robots? Where the old and new meets unexpectedly

L: Ruifier Petit Lei Pendant
R: Asherali Knopfer Lou Rose Gold Hoop Earring

   

 


2014 has been a big year for KAVUT.  From taking part in pop-up shops, to carrying exciting new lines of jewelry exclusive to KAVUT within Toronto and Canada, and being being featured in several publications.  Of course the biggest change this year is the opening of the brick and mortar KAVUT Jewelry Bar at 102 Scollard St, Toronto.  KAVUT would like to than everyone for an amazing year and we are looking forward to many things to come in the new year.


Here is a collection of photos highlighting KAVUT's 2014!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


November08

Jewelry as Art

Did you know that designer Adeline Cacheux started her career as an art historian before launching her first jewelry collection in 2005? A mere two years later, she was hand-picked to design for Christofle, one of the oldest and most prestigious silverware "maisons" (design houses). And the rest is history!

 

But it's also art. Truly, what is a fine piece of jewelry if not wearable art? Of course, jewelry is many things. It's an expression of the self, a way to accessorize, a little finishing touch to an outfit or a wearable gift. But we often forget that fine jewelry is created by true artists.

 

KAVUT is about more than just accessorizing. Our pieces are high end, quality made, durable, sophisticated and chic. The rings, bracelets and necklaces that we feature are not only statement pieces, they're investment pieces, just like a painting or sculpture purchased from a gallery. This wearable art is designed to stand the test of time, to spark conversation, and to connect you to a deeper appreciation of beauty and aesthetic.
So re-write your own history with a timeless piece of sterling silver or rose gold artwork, from KAVUT.
Halloween isn't the only time to let your inner rebel run wild. Any time is the right time to incorporate punk style into your wardrobe rotation, and KAVUT Jewelry can help you do it with a touch of class. We're talking chains and spikes with charm and sophistication.
French phenom Adeline Cacheux blends sleek sterling silver with edgy geometry and utility. Her Wild Charms Hoops are both rockstar and regal, while her Classics line makes chains downright charming. Her Eclipse Ring is a steal, at under $200, an easy way to add edge and liven up office wear.

 

 

 

Eddie Borgo is the king of cones, with his sensational spiked Cone Bracelet, in rose gold or silver. The combination of sleek metal with bold shapes makes for one heck of a statement piece. For a more subtle spike, we offer his Pyramid Necklace and Bracelet also available in rose gold or silver.

 

                                             
          

 

Go punk and stay posh, with KAVUT.

 

This chill, bookish season isn't only for the scholarly. Fashion is a fine-tuned formula any time of year: Add a pashmina and subtract a statement necklace. Multiply layers by a factor of how cold it is outside, but divide by thickness and pattern. Subtract your work blazer and add a comfy cable-knit sweater, keeping timeless earrings as a constant touch of class.
We make the math simple for you, with our Ginette NY Boulier Bracelets and Necklaces, in fool's gold and onyx.

 

   
 

 

Boulier is the French word for "abacus," those old-fashioned counting tools where you slide wooden or plastic beads along a thin metal rail to aid in basic mathematics. But this is a calculation you can do in your head: intentionally random mini-spheres in gold + uncommon yet subtly elegant materials like pyrite or onyx = a piece of jewelry that's less statement and more sophistication.
Fashion that appeals to your intellect, as well as your aesthetic. From Ginette NY and KAVUT Jewelry.

 

We tend to think of opposites as contradictory, yet they are often complementary. Like black and white. Feminine fabrics and masculine lines. Fresh-faced designers and iconic fashion houses.
 

 

     
(Photo source : www.style.com)

 

The Fall 2013 Balenciaga line offers all this and more. Designer Alexander Wang achieves perfect complementary contrast with his black and white heavy, inventive yet true-to-tradition offering for the monolithic house. Wang's creativity and playfulness serve to soften and modernize signature house ideas, without foregoing the austere, sculptural quality for which Cristóbal Balenciaga was famous. The line is classic, not retro.
Incorporate his chic contrasting style with our Adeline Cacheux Classics Sterling Silver necklace, earrings, or bracelet, which echo the oblong belt-buckle style clasps that appear throughout Balenciaga's Fall collection.

 

         

 

As basic as black and white, as contradictory as timelessness and trend. 

What you wear can be just as much a jumping off point for discussions of the world at large as where you've been. Let your jewelry set the conversational climate, let it show you for the worldly sophisticate you truly are, no matter how long it's been since you've been abroad. 

 

 

Any piece in our LARA BOHINC collection will easily invite talk of the London's timeless modernity. You can tell your friends or coworkers that the London-based designer has studied in England and in her native Slovenia. Even in childhood, she loved the color red, and favors red lipstick. Why not pair bright red lips of your own with a piece from her quartz and gold / silver Planetaria collection? 

 

 

For a taste of Paris, try ALEXANDRA MARGNAT on for style. Hailing from what she calls "the most beautiful architectural city in the world," Margnat's designs incorporate ancient eastern civilizations and traditions. Add a modern twist on the far east--by way of France--with her Tall Poisson Gold Ring, a stunningly patterned piece that speaks for itself.

 

 

   

 

 

Bejewel yourself in Berlin's finest with INA BEISSNER. This German-born metal-smith brings the sleek style of Milan (where she studied) to her charming yet chic collection. Find this marriage of charm and sophistication in her Bell-Studded Ring, in gold or silver.

 

 

   

 

 

Let your accessories do the talking, and let your mind wander...all over the world.
Fall is here to, with all its moody mystery, thick sweaters, warm hearths. October energy is beckoning, with gourds and galas, as the twilight hours lengthen and we settle in, cozy at home, for this last temperate season before winter. Naturally, this shift in seasons necessitates a shift in style. This fall, we're feeling warm, golden tones and inspired textures.
Our ALEXANDRA MARGNAT Hoop and Charm Gold Earrings make a stunningly elegant addition to any autumn wardrobe. The 18 karat yellow gold is warm and rich, with a shape reminiscent of falling leaves and a texture as smooth as a pond's surface at sunset. These would add a touch of bold grace to a turtleneck for a daytime look, or pair perfectly with a jewel-toned party dress.

 

 

Of course, nothing evokes warmth like rose gold. Our INA BEISSNER Bell Stud Earrings are plated in 18 karat rose gold, adding subtle texture and color to any look. Perfect for the office with a smart, sleek bun. 

 

 

 


NAME: ALEXANDRA MARGNAT
  



HOME BASE: PARIS
The most beautiful architectural city in the world.


HOW DID YOU BECOME A DESIGNER?
One summer in Corsica, inspired by childhood's rockery stones, I decided to start this new adventure. Matching wide choice of colors with ultra pure line, I launched my first fashion jewelry collection.


WHAT INSPIRE YOU THE MOST / WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR INSPIRATION?
A mix of antic art, old civilizations and mythologies , colors and pop art, minimalism Japanese, Middle East and Mediterranean culture
The great treasures from the old civilizations always impress and inspire me for my current collections and for sure the next one.
              


CURRUNTLY PLAYING(MUSIC): Joan As Police Woman, Belleruche, Metronomy, Bettye Lavette, Maverick sabre, ornette, electric guest and joss Stone ;-)


CURRUNTRY OBSESSED: Drinking a diet coke with my best friend...!


DO YOU HAVE A MUSE / STYLE ICON?  
Jean Michel Basquiat for his combination of colors and symbols very "underground".
Steve Jobs for his great talent and his perfectionism. He changed our daily life.

FAVORITE SCENT / PARFUME : cuir Beluga by Guerlain


IF YOU DESCRIVE YOURSELF AS A COLOR, WHAT COLOR AND WHY:
Red with all his variations because it is a very paradox color. It can seem anger/love/heat/energy/mad/fire. this color catch my attention and hand on me positive sensations even I am angry. Sometime we are more creative people under anger.
THINGS CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT: 
My phone and optimism

THINGS CAN LIVE WITHOUT:
Pas bien compris la question!!!!! 

ONE THING ALWAYS IN YOUR BAG: money and little liquorice candies


THE FIRST THING YOU DO WHEN YOU WAKE UP? Preparing my kids breakfast and drinking my coffee 


DO YOU HAVE ANY SPECIAL JEWELRY WHICH WAS PASSED ON FROM YOUR FAMILY OR HAS ANY SPECIAL MEANING TO YOU (LUCKY CHARM ETC)? A diamond tennis line


THE BEST /HEAVEN SPOT (SECRET ADDRESS) ?
A paradise secret beach in Corsica 


ULTIMATE MOVIE? The impossible