A Kimberly McDonald fine jewelry piece is something one can distinguish easily, not only for its excellent craftmanship and make but most importantly of the ingenious design in working with natural stones and still be able to preserve their raw and natural beauty.
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Jewelry curator turned jewelry maker
Kimberly McDonald admits that she was obsessed with agates even when she was still a child and spent her summers in Wisconsin collecting rocks. Then she pursued a career as a curator of fine jewelry collections of private clients, which inspired and later on led her to create her own company making one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces using raw and natural stones such as geodes, agates, opals and diamonds.
Kimberly established her eponymous jewelry label in New York in 2007. And it was no wonder that her designs and collections will feature natural and precious stones which became the signature of her eponymous label. Each of her jewelry piece has that certain rare natural quality and yet rich and as always luxurious and stunning. It is real evident that every Kimberly McDonald jewelry piece is indeed unique and one-of-a-kind because every rock or stone has its own unique pattern, grain and color that would be very impossible to replicate.
Hollywood fame and elite prominence
She has gained a lot of famous clients who just happen to love her work which include First Lady Michelle Obama, Joan Burstein, Brooke Shields, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cameron Diaz and Cindy Crawford, among others.
First Lady Michelle Obama is one of Kimberly McDonald’s loyal clients. The former First Lady of the United States wore a Kimberly McDonald black geode and ruby earrings with an Alexander McQueen gown in a State Dinner in the honor of Chinese President Hu Jintao in 2013. And she also wore the label’s diamond embellished handmade ring paired with a Jason Wu vibrant red halter-neck chiffon and velvet gown at President Obama’s second inaugural ball in January 2013.
Kimberly McDonald also got to outfit Taraji P. Henson, one of the casts of Empire, an American drama series on television on its season premiere. The actress wore a pair of agate earrings and chunky cuffs from Kimberly McDonald. The set of “Empire” was also decorated using Kimberly McDonald home decors and accessories. And at the 2016 Golden Globes Awards, the actress again was seen wearing a Kimberly McDonald 107-carat cushion cut Gemfields Zambian emerald and diamond earrings paired with a pristine white strapless gown that made the overall look real elegant and stunning.
And anyone who watched and followed Sex and the City, Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie was spotted sporting a Kimberly McDonald Pathway Hoop earrings in Sex and the City 2—and we know how avid fans of the series always look forward to Carrie’s outfit, shoes, accessories and jewelry.
Elegantly sustainable and responsible
Her collections always use natural and precious stones, but Kimberly is proud to say that the brand is also focused on sustainability. Each piece in the label’s collections are made from ethically sourced finest natural materials, recycled diamonds and reclaimed gold which are handmade in the United States. Her signature pieces often contain geodes and agates.
Kimberly McDonald also promotes social responsibility in her company in addition to her brand’s natural aesthetic and sustainability. Because she believes that knowing the people who directly works with her jewelries also add to the jewelry’s intangible charm, character and integrity of the piece itself.
The Kimberly McDonald Woman
Women who wear Kimberly McDonald jewelry pieces have similarities with the label’s loyal patrons, clients and characters. They are women who are unique, have their own taste and style, and are intelligent. And just the like the rocks and stones in every Kimberly McDonald piece, they are beautiful in their own natural way.
Kimberly McDonald fine jewelry pieces are available at her flagship store in Los Angeles, Bergdorf Goodman in New York, Browns in London and at retailers around the world and also online through Net-a-Porter and her label’s e-commerce site.