Nadine Ghosn has taken 272 flights in one single year, the year she launched her eponymous jewelry label. Miraculously, we managed to meet her in Paris a couple months ago in between a shoot for Vogue Brasil and her trip to Beirut where her manufacturers are located and her production is done.
Lebanese-Brazilian, Nadine was born in the US and has spent her life between Tokyo, Hong-Kong, Paris and New-York. Jewelry wasn’t exactly the obvious career plan for the Stanford University graduate that she is. After obtaining her dual degree in Economics and Art at the prestigious university, Nadine started working in Boston Consulting Group’s Luxury Goods Practice before eventually completing a management rotation through Luxury Maison Hermès.
Nadine admits she was concerned that people wouldn’t take her seriously when she decided to launch her jewelry brand, considering she had no background in the field whatsoever. And guess what? Today it’s at Colette Paris (where she just launched her second collection and even a capsule collection for the world-famous concept store), Bergdorf Goodman in New-York or Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche that you can acquire one of her signature and highly mouth-watering Burger Stack ring or, better for our upcoming summer diet, one of her new collection’s Sushi or Edamame piece.
Democratizing high-end jewelry, Ghosn takes pride in using the finest materials – rose gold is her signature- quality-checks everything and -you can tell when meeting her – puts her heart and soul into her business. Her Instagram account will show her posing next to Olivier Rousteing or Carine Roitfeld, on trips around the world or at the Golden Globes but all of it done in such a modest and down-to-earth way that it can only make you want to follow her in all these exciting adventures. We have certainly hit like many, many times.
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