Saskatoon jewelry company collaborates with famous choreographers

SASKATOON –

A Saskatoon jewelry company created a jewelry line in collaboration with famous choreographers Tabitha and Napoleon D’umo, known by their stage names as Nappytabs.

Rhythm Jewelery wanted to create a line inspired by the choreography and contacted the duo, who have worked with celebrities like Beyonce, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez and many more.

Nappytabs is pictured in this photo from Rhythm Jewelery.

The “Evolution Line” includes necklaces, earrings and bracelets in sterling silver, yellow gold, white gold and rose gold.

Tasha Sattler is the goldsmith and owner of the company and said that even though they have collaborated with choreographers from the south, she still wanted it to stay local.

“We also teamed up with as many local businesses as possible, so we went to Las Vegas to do the photoshoot, so our makeup artist is from Saskatoon, the photographer was from Saskatoon, the leather we used for them. leather bracelets, we also used a Wilkie-based company, ”Sattler told CTV News.

Sattler said it was exciting to work with Nappytabs as they are so detail-oriented.

“For them, they said it was a lot of fun because they’re used to artists coming to them with an idea and then having to execute that idea and make a final product. So this time around they come to me with the idea and I have to execute it and make the final product, ”Sattler said.

Sattler said the dance community has embraced the collection since its launch last week. Several pieces are out of print.

Prices for the line start at $ 65 and are available on the Rhythm Jewelery website.

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