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Paula Higa created her first piece of jewelry in 2004, a few months before traveling to United States. She started designing for herself and a few months later she was sharing her refined taste with people in Brazil and around the world.

She decided so, to expand her creativity into a line of special jewelry, all based on her tender, self taught, unique style, creating her own brand – Paula Higa. Her work can be found in famous boutiques around Austin – Texas, like Jezebel, Flirts, Ana Brasil, Casa Israel store, Nashville -TN and now in Vermont.

She developed a series of jewelry where the main component is Handmade Lace, becoming her signature feature. A mixture of colors, texture and the high quality raw materials are carefully selected: Swarovski Crystals, Glass Beads and…

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  • Female
  • Born on June 21
  • Joined May 27, 2010

Favorite materials

lace, swarovski, semi precious stones and pearls

About

Designer

Paula Higa created her first piece of jewelry in 2004, a few months before traveling to United States. She started designing for herself and a few months later she was sharing her refined taste with people in Brazil and around the world.

She decided so, to expand her creativity into a line of special jewelry, all based on her tender, self taught, unique style, creating her own brand – Paula Higa. Her work can be found in famous boutiques around Austin – Texas, like Jezebel, Flirts, Ana Brasil, Casa Israel store, Nashville -TN and now in Vermont.

She developed a series of jewelry where the main component is Handmade Lace, becoming her signature feature. A mixture of colors, texture and the high quality raw materials are carefully selected: Swarovski Crystals, Glass Beads and Semi-Precious Stones -combined with metal elements. Creating a one of a kind, handmade, and elegant pieces of jewelry.

Paula was born in Brazil and graduated as a Chemistry Engineer, but her passion is to create art. “I consider myself a creative person who loves visiting art galleries, Art museums, libraries, cinemas - art research centers! These places bring me inspiration and refine my knowledge to create beautiful art.”

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