Los Angeles, CA, June 21, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Pamela Froman is honored to have been nominated for the Women’s Jewelry Association (WJA) Award for Excellence in the category of Fine Jewelry Design.
Pamela shares this prestigious nomination with fellow Couture designers, Monica Rich Kosann, Ippolita, and Kara Ross. “WJA is delighted to celebrate these accomplished women,” Tryna Kochanek, president of WJA, said in a statement. “These dedicated women set professional standards in their areas of expertise, and represent an important contribution to the advancement of women in our industry.” This is Pamela’s second time being nominated for an Award for Excellence, the first time being early in her career (2009), she is thrilled to have received the nomination once again!
Jewelry lovers have had a “crush” on Pamela’s unique design style since the debut of her collection. Born and raised in Manhattan by her mother, Ann Froman the well-known sculptor and designer, Pamela began her career in Paris, designing jewelry for top European couturier salons, including Courreges, Cacharel, Carita, Guy Larouche, and Valentino. Pamela Froman is best known for combining multiple colors of 18k gold, and has won many awards for her innovative style, including the Town & Country Couture Design Award for Best of Gold, the MJSA Vision Award for Gold Distinction, and the Couture Design Award for Best in Bridal, to name a few. Each piece of Pamela Froman Fine Jewelry is hand made in Los Angeles, and lovingly finished with her signature “Crushed” texture, ensuring that each piece is unique. She feels strongly that individuality is the underlying theme of beauty, and believes “the more a piece is worn, the more beautiful it is because it becomes part of the person’s essence.”
Established in 1984, the WJA Annual Awards for Excellence gala is one of the most well attended and highly anticipated events in the jewelry industry each year. At this annual event, awards are presented for Excellence in Jewelry Retail, Manufacturing, Marketing/Communications, Editorial/Reporting, and Fine Jewelry Design. Past winners in the Design category include Erica Courtney, Paula Crevoshay, Lisa Jenks, and Penny Preville.