A conversation with Alina Petra about ethical fine jewelry

A conversation with Alina Petra about ethical fine jewelry

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ALINA PETRA is a fine jewelry brand established in 2016 and its collection includes colored gemstones, colored diamonds and apple leather handbags made in Italy.

Jewelry is becoming a medium for social responsibility and ethical values. Ethical jewelry will be as important in the future as digital technology today, but it is a complex area currently.Inspired by its jewelry collection, ALINA PETRA handbags are made from vegan apple leather in Italy.

There is a lot of confusion around the definition of sustainability in jewelry, but our thoughts are more clear now after discovering ALINA PETRA, so we had an exclusive conversation with her about this issue,




When did you first realize you wanted to launch ALINA PETRA?

Probably ten years before it happened. It took a while for meto convince myself that I can do it.

If you could go back and tell yourself one thing before beginning your career what would it be?

To be prepared to have a lot of patience, becausethings wont happen overnight. I am still learning this lesson, especially in a year like this.

We really like the campaign of your last collection seen on your website. What is one thing you look at the models for your campaigns?

I think models ability to represent myvision of the brand is what I am looking for. It is amodelspersonality that creates the story.

What role do you think social media plays in jewelry industrytoday? –

Social media helps to generate more leads and expand brand awareness, but it is also hasbecamea platform where it is so easy to copy and paste instead of working on your own vision and ideas.

Howdo you want your clients to feel when wearing ALINA PETRAand in what occasions can be worn?

I want them to feel extraordinary. This is the moodI would like to create.

Can you tell us how your product makes a difference on jewelrymarket?

I have passion for colored diamonds and designing within this very narrow diamond demand is challenging, but also very rewarding to me. It makes my products valuable, rare and unique.