By Ashley Davis
Ashley.Davis@nationaljeweler.com
The “Everyday Diamonds” jewelry brand will toast three decades in business at the upcoming JCK Las Vegas show.

New York--KC Designs is hitting a milestone anniversary. The fashion fine jewelry line will celebrate its 30th year in business during the upcoming JCK Las Vegas show.

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The brand was founded by designer Lenny Kroll and business partner Joe Carullo, who had 20 years of friendship under their belts before starting KC Designs.

They’ve built their company on the slogan “Everyday Diamonds” and specialize in wearable, delicate pendants with universal symbols such as initials, discs and hearts. They also focus on trend-driven pieces like huggies, X-cuffs, statement earrings and, most recently, treated blue diamonds.

Kroll said of the company’s blue diamond collection, “Although the original inspiration for ‘Something Blue’ was based on the bridal tradition of something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, we feel the uniqueness of blue diamonds add a fresh new look in fine jewelry.”

KC Designs retails in more than 100 stores nationwide.

The jewelry brand’s owners will be hosting champagne toasts throughout the JCK Las Vegas in honor of its 30th anniversary at their booth, #P-40 in the Prestige section.








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