The Kailena and Kaimana Sea and Shore Collection

Summer is fully upon us, and it wouldn’t be a summer of relaxed style without beach jewelry. Taking a cue from the intricately detailed handcrafted native jewelry of Southeast Asia, I sought to balance natural colours and materials with a sleeker, slightly more streamlined silhouette than your usual beach fare. Whether worn with a white dress at a beach resort or a bikini at the poolside, Kailena will add that touch of summer to your wardrobe. And there’s Kaimana, a simpler, more casual style for the men.
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Some of the various styles in this collection.

While the inspiration is Southeast Asian, the names are Hawaiian-influenced, a language well-suited to conveying the beauty and fluidity of the sea.

The Kailena and Kaimana Sea and Shore Collection, available only at Muse.

SLURL: ~Muse~ Fine Jewelry, Linji (143, 151, 49)

Collection Information:

Kailena Sea and Shore Collection
Necklace with mother-of-pearl disc pendant, dangling bead earrings and bead bracelet in two cord colours (Ivory and Tan) in three varying shades of beads (Amber, Bone and Fern).

Kaimana Sea and Shore Collection
Choker-style necklace and bead bracelet in two cord colours (Ivory and Tan) in three varying shades of beads (Amber, Bone and Fern).

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4 Responses to “The Kailena and Kaimana Sea and Shore Collection”

  1. smiletenshi Says:

    Lovely!!!

  2. avalonbirke Says:

    Just had a second last night when this came through but I shot over and got a bracelet – really beautiful work, Caliah!

  3. caliah Says:

    Thanks Avalon 🙂

  4. caliah Says:

    Thank you.


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