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For Immediate Release
March 11, 2016
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Bernadette Morris
Sonshine Communications
(305) 948-8063, ext. 201
bmorris@sonshine.com

(BPRW) Umee Life unveils luxury jewelry line in Miami Beach

Fashion designer Phebbs Svester introduces the new brand of luxurious high-end, exquisite interchangeable art and jewelry collection

(Black PR Wire) In grand style and superb fashion, Umee Life unveiled its new luxury line of unique, exquisite and interchangeable art. The private soiree, co-hosted by noted TV Personalities Shireen Sandoval and Donovan Campbell, brought out jewelry connoisseurs for an afternoon of fashion, fanfare and delight.

The showcase, entitled “Phebbs Svester presents Umee Life & Friends,” was a star-studded affair. Additional highlights included poetry readings from Darius Daughtry, director of Poetry Programs, Omari Hardwick bluapple Poetry Network for the Jason Taylor Foundation, live music entertainment by musician and composer, Aldo Salvent and a runway of top models showcasing the new product line.

An absolute delight to all guests and attendees, the event took the fashion brand to a whole new level. “It’s not just a fashion show, it’s a fashion statement,” said one VIP guest in attendance. Others, ranging from elected officials to corporate CEOs in the room, inquired about opportunities to place their custom-designed order and engage in the experience at their own future event.

Umee Life’s niche is the ability to create jewelry that captures the essence of each individual’s personality, demonstrated by its exquisite interchangeable art. Each piece is hand made from carefully selected components including, Crystal Quartz, Preciosa, Swarovski Crystals and Rhinestones components, Sterling Silver, Vermeil, Brass, Copper, Pewter, Rhodium, Precious, Semi-Precious stones, Resin, Hand-blown Murano and Venetian Glass, Artisan beads and more.

For more information about Umee Life, visit www.umeelife.com, or contact Bernadette Morris of Sonshine Communications at (305) 948-8063, ext. 201.