SariBlue jewelry will be showcased and gifted to the biggest names in country music backstage at The 46th Annual CMA Awards taking place October 29 – November 1, 2012 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN.
SariBlue, in association with The Artisan Group, will participate in the official celebrity gift lounge in honor of The 46th Annual CMA Awards on October 29 – November 1, 2012 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. The show will air LIVE at 8p/7p Central on ABC on 11/1/2012.
SariBlue will have its seven piece collection, "Guitars, Cars and Lucky Stars," showcased at The Artisan Group's exhibit. Bracelets from the Collection will be gifted to the biggest names in country music backstage at The Awards. This event will also be attended by over 25 media and press outlets.
Boston-based Sari, owner/designer at SariBlue, is recognized for her signature jewelry designs incorporating the iconic Turkish Evil Eye bead beautifully with modern components. The Evil Eye bead, a historic talisman believed to ward off evil, also acts as a symbol of good luck, or as Sari is fond of saying, "There's nothing evil about it."
The Evil Eye once again takes its place center stage in the "Guitars, Cars and Lucky Stars" collection, which Sari created especially for The CMA Awards. This well-rounded collection, designed with men and women in mind, includes necklaces, amulet pendants, charm bracelets and earrings. It incorporates what Sari describes as American Pride in the form of a cohesive yet subtle red, white and blue palette.
"I designed the charm bracelets, which are included in the gift bags, with talismans of luck and love, two strong country music themes and as 'luck' would have it, the premise behind the entire SariBlue line," remarked Sari. "There are also other charms that represent music and country life. I love the overall lighthearted and optimistic spirit of this Collection."
SariBlue jewelry is a popular choice for celebrity gifting and has been seen this year at The Oscars, The Golden Globes and The MTV Movie Awards. "The CMA Awards are another event where celebrities are at the top of their game," noted Sari. "But I love the fact that all the musicians have a common thread; every performer is making COUNTRY music and country music has an identity of its own. That identity is what inspired the 'Guitars, Cars and Lucky Stars' collection."
Besides creating artful jewelry for elite awards events, Sari has designed pieces for a number of celebrities including Amy Poehler, Tyra Banks and Ryan Gosling. This summer, actress Megan Fox was spotted around and about Los Angeles wearing a SariBlue "Baby Belly Bell" that had been gifted to her by a friend.
To purchase SariBlue jewelry and learn more about its participation in The Artisan Group's celebrity gifting initiatives, visit: http://www.SariBlue.com.
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