P D PAOLA
With the belief that jewelry is a form of self-expression, Spanish jewelry label P D Paola came into existence to create wearable jewelry that allows women to reflect their own personal style and personality. The designs are clean, understated and minimal, with an emphasis on quality. P D Paola is the go-to jewelry brand for minimal and timeless designs for modern, stylish women.
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| TALKING MINIMALISM, ALEXA CHUNG AND JEWELS WITH PAOLA |
TJF: How did P D Paola come about?
PS: P D PAOLA began in Barcelona as a style of life. Nowadays, any woman who loves fashion creates her own style, her own identity. We design pieces that tell a story based in a setting where minimalism coexists with the latest trends.
TJF: What is the inspiration behind your designs? And where do you find inspiration?
PS: P D PAOLA believes in jewelry as a form of expression, in which an infinite combination of materials and elements create a complicity between jewelry and trend. We create different collections ranging from the most essential, to the most contemporary. The carefully-selected materials are the perfect ingredient in making each piece unique..
TJF: Does your collection reflect the latest trends?
PS: We design small treasures for today’s women, elegant, simple and above all, always evolving. With a high number of collection releases per year, P D PAOLA bases its creations on the latest trends, while preserving its minimalist and elegant background.
TJF: What are your favourite pieces?
PS: Grand Pacific earrings, Safari earrings and Bob ring are my favourites.
TJF: How would you describe your personal style?
PS: I consider myself very basic and timeless in terms of style. I like to dress simple and just add little details to the look.
TJF: Who’s your muse?
PS: Alexa Chung.
TJF: Is there a quote or saying that you live by?
PS: No one is you and that is your power.
TJF: What’s your favourite city in the world?
PS: Barcelona is inspiring and moving, I love it.
TJF: What’s your favourite flower?
PS: Calla Lily
TJF: What’s the best part about being a designer? And the worst?
PS: It’s exciting, design has no limits. The best part of it is the fact of being the owner of your own ideas, knowing you can explore with no strings attached.
TJF: If you weren’t a jewelry designer, what would you most likely be?
PS: I would be an architect.