The Tacori Promise Bracelet
Inspired by Wendy Nguyen
Perhaps not since introduction of the three stone diamond ring symbolizing “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” has a jewelry design captured the romance, love and shared values between two people in such a profound and beautiful way. And it is the first collaborative design initiative for Tacori, arising from a relationship with fashion maven Wendy Nguyen who provided the concept design. Rich in symbolism that distills the essence of what a loving relationship represents, the design captures the three pillars of Love, Support and Respect.
Working directly with Tacori’s head designer to bring intimate details of her concept to life in precious metal, Wendy Nguyen has put her well known sensibilities for beauty, romance and style on full display in this captivating piece of designer jewelry. It is a piece that speaks directly to the interconnectedness of love and life. It is presented to a loved one quite ceremoniously with a small key that “locks in” the promise and a chain that keeps the circle forever complete. It can just as easily serve as a constant reminder of an important promise made to oneself.
The best way to fully appreciate the inspiration behind the design is to watch both the lovely short film called “The Promise” – a Tacori production introducing the Promise Bracelet to the market, as well as the behind the scenes video in which Wendy takes us into the Tacori factory and guides us through the magical journey of the design from concept to creation. Both videos can be found below. You can also read Wendy’s blog posting on the Promise Bracelet design collaboration with Tacori on the Wendy’s Lookbook page.
Whether or not you are in the market for such a piece of jewelry today is almost beside the point. You owe yourself the joy of learning about the process and talented and inspiring people involved in this project. Be forewarned to a tissue at the ready!
Please enjoy these inspiring videos! It is not often the a jewelry design captures so magnificently the emotions involved in presenting and owning a special piece of jewelry.