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Leonardo D’Almagro – Jewels for Celebrities

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Leonardo D’Almagro, based in Austin,Texas, Venezuelan Jewelry Designer, Leonardo is a new face in the jewelry world, but he has hit the ground running. He has already received several major accolades. He was the only USA Hispanic designer ever to launch a new brand at Vicenzaoro, the most important jewelry show in the world. Additionally, he was the only Hispanic U.S. jewelry designer selected to present a line at Vicenzaoro and Vicenza Dubai. Held in Italy, they are the most important international jewelry trade shows in the world. His collection marked the first time that a Hispanic designer from the U.S. was invited to present a jewelry line at these prestigious events. And Leonardo did not skip Paris Fashion Week: His line was used to accessorize Binzario Couture. His brand is becoming increasingly well known; the Miss Mexico Organization has chosen him as an official designer. His jewelry will be used by the official Miss Mexico and Mr. Mexico in all of their pageants at all international events. Miss Mexico, Ana Girault, who represented her country recently at Miss Universe very often, wears Leonardo’s designs. In addition, Leonardo received recognition by the 2015-2016 Daytime Emmy Awards as a Fashion Editor for his contributions to “Superlatina with Gabriela Natale.” Many celebrities have accessorized their elegant styles with the Leonardo D’Almagro Jewelry Line. These well-known figures include the aforementioned Gabriela Natale, who wore his jewelry when she received her Emmy awards and during the promotion tour of her book El Circulo Virtuoso. Reality TV celebrities LeeAnne Locken and Tiffany Hendra from “The Real Housewives of Dallas” frequently wear Leonardo’s jewelry. Two other fans of Leonardo’s jewelry are American TV host Hillary Kennedy and celebrity fashion stylist and TV host Jeannette Chivvis. Miss Venezuela International, Amal Nemer, wore his jewelry during the Miss International contest, where she won the title of Miss South America International 2016.