Alexis Bittar

Alexis Bittar (August 25, 1968) is an U.S. jewellery designer. In 2004, Bittar was called Rising Star of the season from the Accessories Council of Excellence. In 2005, Bittar was asked by the Council of Fashion Designers of America to join their committee. In 2010, Bittar was chosen for the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America) Accessories Designer of the Year Award.

Motivated by his childhood surrounded by traditional jewellery, Bittar started to design and style his own brand of jewellery in 1988. Using Lucite and semi-gemstones and metals, Bittar designed two different series and started offering his made by hand items around the roads of Soho.

Regardless of the minimalist tendency in the early 90’s Bittar’s bold and colorful models start to quickly take flight. Bittar work is quickly found by Dawn Mello-Fashion derector of Bergdorf GoodMan, Who offers the newer designer his steps into the industry of retail.

One year later, started a relationship with Saks Fifth Avenue. From the next years, Bittar started to offer his series in shops around the USA, along with Harrod’s in London and Isetan in Japan.

In 1996, Bittar is asked to design a set of Lucite and steel furniture for The Cooper Hewitt Museum. Also in this year, Bittar created a special edition group of home items for Barneys New York and Takashimaya.

In 1999 Bittar developed Burberry’s first Ready-to-Wear jewellery series. Bittar started out his initial brick-and-mortar store in Nyc in 2004. His models had been displayed in a globally Estee Lauder promotion.

Bittar’s jewellery is made by hand by workmen in Brooklyn, New york city. Today, his jewelry is selling in more than 500 stores around the world. You can found a Alexis Bittar sample sale from many online shops. Let choose for you a bracelet, necklace, or earrings.

From customers:
A really, great man visited alexis bitar shop and bought me a necklace and a couple of earrings. These are the most beloved items in my jewelry collection. My ear-rings are small hand made bullet-proof quality white lucite drops. They may have their backs colored with gold with gold-leaf pasted towards the front side. So special and exquisite. I usually get compliments while i put them on!
-Cyndy

Jewels aren’t my close friends. I’ve certainly not been diamond jewelry somewhat woman. Alexis Bittar is probably the most wonderful precious stone jewelry I’ve found in a long time.

I stood inside the small store and only looked with the longest, the collections were so incredibly attractive. I in the beginning left without anything because I had just started my shopping for the day, but came back a day after. The saleswoman was welcoming when assisting me choose things i desired.

I lastly chosen an earrings! Bittar does things with jewelry which might be superior to the others…so special….
-NC