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Ones to Watch: ‘Meet the Cat’ Jewelry

Ioanna Koulouris was born and raised in Athens, as part of a very artistic family (her mother owned a clothing atelier, while her father was a self-taught handyman). She studied Statistics at the University of Piraeus and, upon graduating, worked in advertising until 2005 – when she, thankfully, decided to change career paths. She went back to her mother’s atelier, attended art seminars, experimented with different forms & materials and eventually designed her first collection and founded her own company: ‘Meet the Cat’.

Using a range of both conventional & unconventional materials such as wood , rubber & cement (!) Ioanna creates original, alternative, statement jewelry pieces – which will add that certain je ne sais quoi to even the plainest of outfits. Just look at some of her earlier work:

Her latest (SS2015) collection, AZTECAH, features “geometric cuts of gold, silver and pink gold-plated brass, embroidered with colorful threads” and is (as its name clearly implies) inspired by the art of the Aztecs. Here’s some of my favorite pieces, for your viewing pleasure:

The unique designs, coupled by the reasonable price tags, have put ‘Meet the Cat’ firmly on my style radar. I highly recommend checking it out for yourselves – I’m certain you’ll find something to fall madly in love with…

Check out ‘Meet the Cat’ on Facebook
Buy ‘Meet the Cat’ on:  Fashion Lover and Esopou

[All Images: © Ioanna Koulouri/ Meet the Cat]

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3 Comments

    • You’re welcome sweetie! Thank you for dropping by (even when my posting schedule sucks like it does) ❤

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