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  • Bliss Lau

    from New York, NY

    A collection inspired by the fluidity of poetry and the lines of architecture.

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About Bliss Lau

Half American-Chinese and half Caucasian, Bliss Lau's internalized combination of two cultures manifests itself in each of her designs. Raised in Hawaii and educated in New York City, her first collection was a group of handbags patterned after the outline of an eye. Four years later, in her exploration in manipulation of form, Bliss transformed her collection to the trademark body jewelry of today, using chains as lines to draw on the body. Inspired by Anais Nin poetry and the Brooklyn Bridge, the Bliss Lau Fine collection is the full expression of jewelry for the body. Consisting of fine metals that encircle the form, chains are worn directly on the skin as if it were lingerie. Each concept is forged from the experience of the last, and her commitment to growth is expressed through the interchangeable aspects of the jewelry. A synthesis of soft and hard, positive and negative, and the idea of sensual armor are the essences of Bliss Lau.

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