Arabel Lebrusan, the designer behind luxury ethical jewellery brand Lebrusan Studio, has been nominated for Designer of the Year in the 2019 Professional Jeweller Awards.
Professional Jeweller is the UK’s leading trade publication and its distinguished awards became an instant institution in the British jewellery industry calendar after their debut in 2017.
“I couldn’t be surrounded by better people,” Arabel says in regards to her fellow category nominees.
“What a month! Hopefully we keep accommodating these successes because it means we’re doing something great and that you guys love us. It’s so exciting to be recognised for my ethics AND my design. All the best to the wonderful nominees alongside me!”
This year’s ceremony will be hosted at London’s Lord’s Cricket Ground on the 2nd September 2019, when Arabel and the Lebrusan Studio team will find out whether or not she has bagged the prestigious title.
The poll to decide the winners of the Professional Jeweller Awards has been receiving votes on a daily basis over the last three weeks, but now the industry just has three more days to choose its champions. With the race looking extremely tight, every vote counts. To have your say and/or drum up support from industry professionals, please find the poll here.
This isn’t the first time Arabel’s beautiful designs, craftsmanship and ethics have been recognised this year. Just last month, Lebrusan Studio was a finalist at the UK Jewellery Awards in the Ethical Jewellery Brand of the Year category.
Back in 2017, Arabel was also crowned Designer of the Year at the National Association of Jewellers Awards.
This year, Lebrusan Studio have unveiled two beautiful new collections; first the Hera Collection of engagement rings fit for goddesses and most recently the Crown Collection of elegant stacking rings.
About Lebrusan Studio:
Lebrusan Studio is a jewellery brand that prides itself on beautiful design, beautiful craftsmanship and beautiful ethics. We commission only the best craftsmen in the UK and Spain and work solely with precious metals and gemstones that have been sustainably and ethically sourced – because we don’t support exploitation of any sort.