In celebration of our newly-renovated bridal and high-end department, we kindly invite you to our
upcoming Todd Reed trunk show on May 18 from 11am-7:30pm and May 19 from 12-6pm. Plus, a special
cocktail reception on Friday, May 18 from 5-7pm. Guests can view the full range of this dynamic jeweler’s
nontraditional engagement rings, wedding bands, and modern raw diamond jewelry and meet studio
representative, Kit Puliz. As the artist who introduced raw and uncut diamonds to contemporary jewelry, Todd exemplifies the uniqueness we strive to achieve in our selection of designers, and ultimately engagement rings and wedding bands. We are delighted to welcome Kit to our store and share with you our love for Todd’s jewelry over prosecco and snacks. His nature-inspired designs, diverse spectrum of diamond colors, and unsurpassed quality surely earns Todd a special place in the hearts of jewelry lovers worldwide.
About Todd Reed
In 1992, Todd Reed launched a collection under his own name and set out to change the future of the fine
jewelry industry by designing solely with raw, uncut diamonds and recycled metals. Twenty years later, his
raw diamonds are still considered to be among the most revolutionary design steps that the jewelry industry has taken. Todd’s collection continues to grow and evolve, as does his interest in and relationship with the material. “I source ethically mined and socially responsible diamonds throughout the world. This has been a personal ethic for more than a decade before the phrase conflict-free diamonds entered the public awareness.” In recent years, he has expanded upon his original raw cube designs with a collection of naturally colored diamonds fashioned into antique rose and old mine cuts.
Through his collection’s evolution, one thing that Todd does not abandon is his dedication to the creation of art in every piece he designs. By contrasting unique materials and concepts, a wearable and accessible work of art emerges. In his designs, Todd pays homage to nature’s stunning, humbling creativity. Nature creates something so absolutely perfect, so beautiful, that it takes your breath away. Even the imperfections are essential to its overall wonder. With this belief as his foundation, he respects that neither gold nor diamonds require human intervention to be beautiful.