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Nikos Koulis is a Greek designer with worldwide recognition and success. Coming from an established family business in jewelry, he studied Gemology and Glyptography in the Gemological Institute of America and created his own brand, Nikos Koulis Jewels, in 2006, showcasing his elaborate technique along with his deep knowledge in the quality jewelry making.

He takes part in the International Fine Jewelers Exhibition, Baselworld, since 2011 as well as in Couture show Las Vegas since 2012, where the brand is appraised by field experts and buyers internationally. Nikos Koulis won the Couture Design Award with Oui Collection for two consecutive years; in 2015 in the Bridal Category and in 2016 in the Haute Couture Category; evolving the collection’s designs and maintaining his innovative signature style and exceptional quality of stones. The brand was granted with the 2017 International Jewellery Designer Award in VicenzaOro exhibition in Italy.

“I think beyond the boundaries of fashion. Jewelry are beyond trends. Their quality instills in them a long lasting value and aesthetic appeal.”

“I see women as multifaceted irresistible creatures. I am still digging deep to comprehend them.”

“My jewels are emotional. They are not a passing fancy; they have the intensity of a love affair.”

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As an outcome of this, his pieces can be found in key stores in 26 cities around the world, such as Bergdorf Goodman in New York, Neiman Marcus in Beverly Hills, Dover Street Market in London, Montaigne Market and Colette in Paris, Tsum in Moscow and the selected boutiques in the Middle East. His press coverage expands in international editions of The New York Times, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Marie Claire and Town & Country and among others, his loyal fans include H.R.H. Queen Rania of Jordan, Rihanna, Giorgio Armani and Daphne Guinness.

In the summer of 2014, Nikos Koulis opened his first conceptual boutique in Mykonos and he launched his flagship boutique in Athens, creating an instant international sensation with the distinct aesthetic of both spaces.