Created to evoke strength and beauty, each of Katherine Karambelas’ designs reveal the empowerment of the women they adorn: women who are intelligent & confident enough to express their style today and hold on to the feeling forever. Every design calls to mind a memory of a life well travelled, well lived, well loved.
Katherine Karambelas is loved by It Girls everywhere and has earned the brand a global presence making its way to some of the most famous & inspiring ladies around the world such as the Canadian Prime Minister's wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, Dragon and entrepreneur, Michele Romanow, and activist & influencer, Roxy Earle. The collection can be found in some of the most luxurious, trend setting major department stores and specialty boutiques in North America like Free People, Gilt.com, Nordstrom, and Saks Off Fifth, and in Asia, Tadashi Shoji.
A female & family run business, Katherine Karambelas is spearheaded by the woman who's name it bears along with her three daughters: Faith, Nektaria, and Maria-Anna. Each woman has a special place in the team allowing the company to flourish, bringing to life a vision of beauty, design, and legacy. Katherine Karambelas the brand has been built on the values and traditions of family.
"Family to us is timeless. The strength of our unit helps us translate this in real life through our way of being & our designs. This is why we don't design with a specific age group in mind. We design for women who are strong & proud to be who they are. These women use fashion as a way to express themselves. Our goal is to facilitate their expression with timeless jewelry & apparel that all women in a family can wear beautifully."
The family's Hellenic heritage is a major influence in the way they live. "Clean living, clean eating, clean design: it is the Greek way. Living freely but being conscious of your neighbour. When you live consciously you can love consciously."
Katherine is also the recipient of the 2018 Business Woman of the Year award by the DEKA awards of the Hellenic Board of Trade of Montreal.
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