18k gold jewelry

Inspired by a few of our favorite customers, we created these outfits to show you what to wear with your EnA Fine Jewelry.

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 The Magazine Editor

Our Captivity Necklace looks stellar with Karl Lagerfeld’s metallic tweed and leather peplum jacket, a black pencil skirt from Burberry, Stella McCartney black sandals and a bright red patent-leather tote by Louis Vuitton.  Below, our sterling silver Cylinder earrings and signature Spine pendant on black silk cord pair perfectly with black and grey.  If you can’t get your hands on Balenciaga’s exquisite and revolutionary charcoal sweater from the runway, we recommend Belstaff as a great alternative.  The flared skirt is by Antonio Berardi.  Corbusier-like sunglasses are MiuMiu and the bright leather satchel is by Saint Laurent.

The Architect

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The Museum Director

Our simple, geometric Revolve hoop earrings pair perfectly with this bold Missoni color-block knitted dress (above).  This look, and the previous look, is too wintry for the warm weather we are experiencing in Philadelphia but perfect for our fans in Australia and New Zealand (and Colorado!). The black and white outfit (below) looks great with a pop of color achieved by our Helios amethyst and 18k gold earrings and Alexander McQueen emerald green bag.

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The Financial Analyst

See our collection entitled “The Professionals” on our Polyvore site for more details and stay tuned for future profiles.

Smart jewelry for smart women.  EnA.


The March issue of JCK Magazine featured an interview with co-founder of EnA Fine Jewelry, Karen Moustafellos.  The following was taken from the magazine:

Most designers—jewelry and otherwise—spend their careers chasing after celebrity red-carpet placement. But Karen Moustafellos of EnA (Elements and Alloys) has other ideas: “I am really hoping our jewelry is worn by Janet Yellen and Marissa Mayer too.” The Federal Reserve chair and Yahoo! CEO, respectively, do seem ideal wearers for what Moustafellos has dubbed “smart girls’ jewelry”—modern, geometric designs she’s been building since 2006 with her fellow former architect husband. “The phrase is a bit cheeky,” admits the Philadelphia-based artist. “But the point is that a lot of our customers are very accomplished, self-confident women in high-profile positions. Customers often tell me they wear their EnA jewelry if they have an important meeting or presentation and need to feel strong and confident. I love that!” Here’s how Moustafellos herself got so smart.

EnA Plaid bracelet in silver with diamonds

Age: 45

Number of years in the biz: Seven

Number of employees you oversee: Six

Family: Husband and two girls, ages 10 and 12

Describe your personal style: Minimal

First piece you ever designed: An oxidized silver, stainless steel, and 18 karat gold link necklace


Custom brooch for the Art Institute

The single piece of jewelry you’re most proud of: A custom brooch for the Art Institute of Chicago given to the amazing Women’s Board. The design was inspired by the formal grand staircase, which had been ­beautifully and thoughtfully restored through their fundraising. They loved the design because it was so meaningful, and I loved working with such a revered institution.

Best advice you ever received: “Ignore the naysayers.”

Worst advice: “Wait until you have achieved prominence in your career before having children.”

First job: Unpaid internship with world-famous architect

EnA blue topaz earrings

How did you get started designing jewelry? My husband and I made a list of all the things we wanted to design more than architecture, and ­jewelry was the only item on both lists.

If you weren’t designing jewelry, what would you be doing? Conducting a children’s orchestra

Jewelry you’re wearing right now: Wedding band, engagement ring, EnA blue topaz cabochon earrings and tassel pendant, and Cartier moonstone ring

Five items on your desk right now: MacBook Pro, mug of tea, architect’s scale, Wall Street Journal clipping, rutilated quartz cabochons

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Mat Kearney

Five songs on your playlist: “Hey Mama,” Mat ­Kearney; “Many the Miles,” Sara Bareilles; “Stitched Up,” Herbie Hancock/John Mayer; “Here’s That Rainy Day,” Stan Getz; “Twiggy Twiggy,” Pizzicato Five

Exercise regimen: Yoga until it warms up, then ­running

What did you have for breakfast? Yogurt with ­Grape-Nuts and fruit, unsweetened cranberry juice

Guilty pleasure: Ice cream, ice cream, and more ice cream

Drink (daytime/evening): Unsweetened iced tea and Stella Artois beer on occasion. I am a lightweight!

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Audrey Hepburn

How do you unwind? I don’t understand the question. (See above for further explanation. Maybe if I drank more I could answer this question?!)

First website you check every day (not your own!): Kitco for precious metal pricing

Scent: Icelandic Moonflower

Favorite thing to do in Philadelphia: Walking around Old City; the secret gardens and parks [are] amazing.

Book you’re reading: Sister Carrie by Theodore Dreiser

Book you’ve been meaning to get to: Steve Jobs

Preferred news source: I’m addicted to Bloomberg Radio and The Wall Street Journal.

Favorite movie: Anything starring Audrey Hepburn or Jimmy Stewart

Who would play you in your life story? People say I look like Elisabeth Moss, so maybe her?

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Elisabeth Moss

Personal motto: “Stay focused.”