Historical relevance situated within contemporary context is Gaydamak’s promise and mission under the realization of one unique concept imagined by two sisters.
Eastern and Western art and influences intertwine in an exuberant and mesmerizing mixture of animal shapes, bold colours and abstract designs. This decadent blend becomes the means of exploring and celebrating a new and enchanting aspect of femininity imagined by sisters Katia and Sonia Gaydamak in ways that have never been seen before.
The cosmopolitan and liberating sense of style of the brand makes it preferred amongst A-listers like Salma Hayek and top model Natalia Vodianova, who have helped cement its image as a leading house joaillerie. Capturing and enhancing the beauty of each individual precious stone is the trademark of the brand’s creativity. White, rose and yellow gold are used to complement the precious and semi-precious stones and create flawless pieces of unmatched quality and elegance.
Creating objects of desire has turned Gaydamak into a leading worldwide brand, whose collections are valued by true connoisseurs and high-end clientele. From the historically charming 1802 pave to the romantically enchanting Karess – every piece is crafted to sublime perfection with the finest materials and techniques. The hand-bracelet has singlehandedly become the brand’s most recognizable symbol and an embodiment for decadent luxury.
The eponymous brand is defined by its futuristic, sparkling and intricately put together pieces that have a strong presence and leave a lasting impression. Tradition and convention are not two concepts of value in the house of Gaydamak, where creative boundaries are constantly pushed and redefined with the end result being a fabulous reinterpretation of the ancient. There is undeniable harmony between the initial sketches and the ultimate result that is achieved through meticulous attention to detail and unmatched craftsmanship.
Gaydamak’s jewelry is a place of worship and a place of overwhelming originality that breaks ancient traditions to create jewellery, which fits within the modern context of a bohemian lifestyle.