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Some things are just worth having like HappiBeads, the brainchild of Simone DaCosta, who's not only been in design mode for the past two years but has not stopped smiling. "I felt so happy. Like I was accomplishing something so beautiful to wear... as I put it on I'd do some serious smiling! That's how the name 'Happi' came about; they were my HappiBeads."
Indeed they were, empowering DaCosta, whose friends encouraged her to "go out and share my 'Happi' with the world.
My collection is for the "Everywoman". She's chic, sophisticated, funky and a little crazy at times. She has a great spirit of adventure and will set a fashion trend if she wants to. The woman who's attracted to HappiBeads loves people, is of any age, laughs, cries and is passionate about life.
HappiBeads are a careful construct of Murano, stainless steel, gemstones, wood, clay and crystals -- sprinkled with a whole lot of love.
My wearers... read Page 2, want a bite out of life. Some want to see, and others to be seen.
Start off with a basic piece, a piece that affords maximum wear and can be mixed with other bracelets.
My pieces are all different... like individual pieces of art, they appeal to different personalities.
Model Lauren McKay wears
Sienna Murano with stainless
steel (right) and turquoise
Murano with stainless steel.
Murano crystals and stainless steel (left) and
crystal cut beads.
The ‘Beads With Meaning’ and ‘Stainless’ collection feature
agate, stainless steel, jade and hematite and stainless steel.
(PHOTOS: LIONEL ROOKWOOD)
HappiBeads is for the woman who is sophisticated, funky and a little crazy at times.
HappiBeads incorporate feel-good sentiments and Buddha-inspired iconography.
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