Pamela Froman Fine Jewelry
Pamela Froman Fine Jewelry

Pamela Froman Launches New "Ombre Crush" Collection

Los Angeles, CA, July 11, 2008 --( Award Winning Fine Jewelry Designer Pamela Froman debuted her new “Ombre Crush” Collection at the prestigious Couture Show in Las Vegas, to overwhelming response. Already well known for her 18k “Crushed Mélange” Collection, which according to World Gold Council’s Duvall O’Steen, “literally reinvented tri-color gold,” Pamela is now combining high-carat gold colors in yet another exciting new way.

As the collection’s name implies, Froman was inspired by the textile dip-dye technique that gradually blends one color into the next. Each piece in the “Ombre Crush” Collection is made with at least two colors of 18k or 22k gold, which are handcrafted together to achieve a subtle transition of color, then finished with Pamela’s signature “Crushed” technique. The designer has created entirely new pieces for this group, as well as re-coloring some of her best sellers such as her “Crushed Headlight” Hoops, which have been seen on celebrities Eva Mendes, Molly Sims, and Norah Jones.

Pamela Froman began her career in Paris, designing jewelry for top European couturier salons, including Courreges, Cacharel, Carita, Guy Larouche, and Valentino. In 2004, she felt the time was right to unveil her personal definition of exceptional jewelry, and began work on her signature line. Pamela was awarded the title of “Rising Star” when she debuted her collection of fine jewelry at the 2006 JCK Show in Las Vegas. In 2008, she was presented with the prestigious Town & Country Couture Design Award for Best of Gold, and InDesign Magazine identified her as one of the 10 Best New Jewelry Designers in 2008. Pamela hand-selects exquisite diamonds, unique gemstones, and rare pearls, pairing them with Platinum, 22k, and distinct colors of 18k gold to create her unique pieces. “I feel strongly that individuality is the underlying theme of beauty,” the designer explains. “Each piece is handmade, so no two will ever be identical, even if they are similar in design.”

Pamela Froman Fine Jewelry
Jilienne Hart