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Suzanna Dai is a collection of jewelry and accessories inspired by old-world travel, exotic destinations, and diverse cultures.

The Suzanna Dai collection debuted in Spring 2009, where it was quickly picked up by legendary NYC luxury retailer Bergdorf Goodman.  Shortly thereafter, the line showed up in high-end department stores including Takashimaya NY, Calypso St Barth, Scoop NYC, and Anthropologie, as well as in reknowned international boutiques including Barney's Japan, Anglobal, Des Pres, Harvey Nichol's Hong Kong, and Harvey Nichol's Riyadh, among others.  The Suzanna Dai line has garnered press in national and international publications, including Vogue, Marie Claire, Elle, In Style, Lucky, Glamour, Grazia, Cosmopolitan, and O the Oprah Magazine.  Celebrity fans of the line include Michelle Obama, Blake Lively, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ginnifer Goodwin, Alicia Keys, Elizabeth Hurley, Vanessa Williams, and Giuliana Rancic.  Suzanna Dai has done collaborations with the W Hotels, LOFT, and in 2013 partnered with Giuliana Rancic and LOFT to design a capsule collection promoting Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Each Suzanna Dai piece blends vintage glamour with modern flair and is delicately hand-crafted with materials sourced and inspired by locations around the world. The collection features metal threads, semi-precious stones, glass beads and sterling silver components. Each design is backed on leather—making the pieces exceptionally lightweight and easy to wear.

The Suzanna Dai customer is sophisticated and stylish with an appreciation for quirkiness and a dash of drama. Her effortlessly chic sensibility embraces the nostalgia and style of the past while anticipating the thrill of tomorrow.

The Designer

Suzie Gallehugh is the creative force behind Suzanna Dai. Suzie infuses her unique personality into each design, while drawing inspiration from her love of intricate embellishments, travel, exotic and ancient cultures, and all things vintage.

Suzie graduated from the University of Texas-Austin and began her design career in New York City after attending the Fashion Institute of Technology.  Suzie lived in NYC for 13 years, where she started Suzanna Dai in 2009.  In 2013, Suzie returned back to Austin where she now lives with her miniature dachshund Chloe.

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