Our twice-yearly sample sales are always don’t-miss events, but this year, we upped the ante by hosting a private preview party with our friends at Conde Nast Traveler. Not only did they get the first look at our sample sale jewelry, but they were treated to tarot card readings and henna, all while sipping on champagne!
Here are some of our favorite shots from the night:
Beth’s henna design. No two were alike!
A beautiful henna cake designed by our friend Sandy. It was almost too pretty to eat!
The lovely and talented Donna D’Cruz of Rasa Living, here with Satya, provided the perfect music to set the mood for the evening.
Shopping the stretch bracelet bar. It’s always fun to find new color combinations to wear!
Decisions, decisions – so many necklaces to choose from!
Did you make it to our sample sale in Chelsea Market this year? What’s your favorite purchase?
Mother’s Day is a pretty big deal here at Satya Jewelry. Our corporate HQ is composed of 90% women, after all! We asked around the office and collected our staff’s favorite photos with their moms, the pieces they’re dying to gift this year, and how they’d plan the perfect mom-appreciation day.
Tell us: What do you do to make Mother’s Day special?
Malas embody everything that Satya Jewelry is all about – beauty, meaning, and inspiration. Beyond being a beautiful tassel necklace composed of 108 beads, each mala is a powerful tool for prayer and meditation. Each bead represents an opportunity to focus on an inspiring and powerful mantra.
Each year, Satya hosts a Mala and Meditation workshop at Golden Bridge Yoga in New York City. It is a day for reflection, bonding, and forging deep connections. Those who attend learn how to make their own mala directly from Satya, and end the day with a mala that is completely unique, personal, and full of meaning.
We took some photos to share the event with those who couldn’t make it!
Stringing and knotting carnelian beads on silk cord.
Making new friends (and malas)!
Dolma, from Satya’s production department, puts the finishing touches on a beautiful angelite mala.
Learning directly from Satya, as she works with rose quartz.