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April 26, 2021 2 min read

A precious stone lover

Inspired by precious stones, Anita Ko conquered many stars and it girls with her eponym collection. Audacious, however attached to a certain classicism, the designer is present at Mad Lords.

The jewel as passion

Anita Ko has a true passion for jewelry and precious stones. Since childhood, she has enjoyed creating pieces, inspirated by her mother’s jewels and the celebrities she had met in the «Jewelry District» of Los Angeles. As she grew up, what she considered as a hobby became more and more important, leading her to art history studies. Enriched by cultural or symbolic trends and guided by high jewelry, the designer launched her own brand in 2006. Her motto? Play with the timelessness of materials and stones to transform them into surprising jewels. Californian celebrities such as Scarlett Johansson, Rihanna, Amber Valetta and Angelina Jolie were seduced by the Anita Ko pieces!

The trademark of Anita Ko

Luxury parures rhyme with high-quality craftsmanship and respect for resources. The designer shows an ethical and qualitative approach to her jewelry made in Los Angeles!

Ethical diamonds and emeralds

As a child, Anita Ko dreamed of her mother’s ring set with a stunning emerald. Since then, this stone has been a Madeleine de Proust that has built her success. To the designer, diamonds are as important as emeralds. The most renowned precious stone illuminates the body and the face and gives a very special touch to women’s skin. Observing artisans who are masters in their field, Anita Ko was convinced of the need to collaborate with them. Furthermore, Anita work with ethical suppliers who care about the provenance of precious stones.

A piercing jewel as a signature piece

Seen on celebrities on red carpets, diamonds are the most renowned stone. Anita designs for the lovers of precious stones carefully set on 18K gold. The lovely hoop can be worn on pierced or non-pierced ears, slipped on the helix or the snug and held by the cartilage.

A eponym collection of high jewelry

On bracelets or earrings; precious materials help the designer to express the timeless language of patterns inherited by the Californian cultural mix.

The women’s earrings ballet

A jeweler uses renowned shapes to better appropriate them. Slightly curved as a deployed wing, barrette earrings are made of 18K white, rose or yellow gold set with black or white diamonds. Pieces shaped as safety pins, lightnings or paper clips set with diamonds and emeralds are more audacious.


A bracelet can give a graceful look

Worn alongside earrings or on their own, the designer’s bangles are stunning. Following the guideline attached to symbolic patterns such as arrows and lightnings, a wrist ornament is as elegant as vibrant. Rose, white or yellow gold responds to the magic of diamonds. It is rare to meet designers who conciliate the most conventional patterns with contemporary inspiration. Anita Ko does it perfectly.

The opinion of Mad Lords’ creator (Caroline Muller)

Mad Lords loves the non-conformimism of a weathered jewel in the high jewelry field. Anita Ko combines these two attractions in her approach and creations.

Come and discover her collection in our shop and succumb to his charm!

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