Are you on the hunt for a unique piece of jewelry for that special someone for Valentine’s Day? Perhaps you just want something “different” that no one else will have, but all will admire. Then celebrate Black History Month by supporting black businesses like K-Fleye, a jewelery and accessories company founded by Chicago artist/designer Kelley Moseley Paul. K-Fleye, as Moseley Paul is affectionately called, uses a variety of materials, including copper, silver, sterling, gold, precious stones, leathers and ethnic fabrics, to create one-of-a-kind pieces for the fashion-forward person looking to stand out in a crowd.
On February 7th K-Fleye will join forces with designer Kahindo Mateene of Modahnik at Harlem’s Fashion Row during Fashion Week in New York City to showcase her designs. If the Big Apple is too far to travel for a K-Fleye piece then you can find her in the Windy City participating in a special pre-Valentine’s Day designer trunk show (Feb. 13th) at Macy’s on State Street. If Internet shopping is more your thing visit K-Fleye on her website or “like” her on Facebook. Online purchases can be made beginning in March.
Still interested in learning more about this Creative Spirit? Then find out what inspires K-Fleye and what motivated her to become an entrepreneur by watching this video.
Remember, “Think big. Shop small.”
Until next time…
Lead Photo: Chelcie S. Porter
Video: Third Eye Communications Co.