By Michelle Graff
michelle.graff@nationaljeweler.com
Nina Garcia
New York--The Platinum Guild International has again tapped Marie Claire Creative Director Nina Garcia to curate a selection of platinum jewelry that will be featured on The Knot.

Garcia also will share the latest trends in platinum jewelry and fashion design via social media and press opportunities, in addition to her curated platinum picks on The Knot’s bridal and wedding day jewelry pages. 

Garcia’s “Platinum Must-Haves” also can be seen on the PGI Pinterest page.

PGI-USA first teamed with Garcia last year, when she chose a variety of fashion and bridal platinum pieces for the wedding-centric website.

“We were extremely pleased with the impact of last year’s campaign,” said PGI-USA President Huw Daniel. “Garcia is an authority in her industry who can demonstrate platinum jewelry as a timeless and chic accessory to accompany any style.”

In addition to her role at Marie Claire, 49-year-old Garcia also is a judge on Lifetime’s TV series Project Runway (formerly aired on Bravo TV), which focuses on fashion design and is hosted by model Heidi Klum. 

“I am thrilled to share a new crop of my favorite platinum pieces,” Garcia said. “As fashion evolves from season to season, platinum remains a staple for jewelry that will endure throughout the years and is so versatile it will adapt to these transitions.” 





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