Randy Esada, Diane Merrick and Elaine Trebek Kares invite you to attend the Roźaliya Jewelry Trunk Show at PROSPR, this Saturday and Sunday, October 15th-16th, from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. PROSPR is located at 7407 Beverly Boulevard, between Martel and Vista.
Register here to attend the cocktail reception on Saturday, October 15th, fom 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. – then shop, mingle and enjoy appetizers and drinks with friends, as you take in Roźaliya’s stunning crystal jewelry designs.
About the Designer
Roźaliya comes from Bulgaria and currently resides in Bali. After 13 years of managing one of the biggest Bulgarian fashion and modeling agencies, she moved to Germany in 2003. Soon after, Roźaliya started her personal journey of self discovery and growth, through practicing holistic medicine.
In 2006 she visited Bali for the first time, and decided to stay in seclusion for 2 years, fasting and in sacred silence. This unlocked her inner world, and she engaged herself with discovering the depth of crystal healing, sacral geometry and symbols.
Each of her jewelry pieces has a unique healing power and story behind it.
Come in to PROSPR this Saturday and Sunday, to discover more about the beauty, stories and healing power offered by Roźaliya’s crystal jewelry designs.
PROSPR is the brainchild of Los Angeles tastemaker Randy Esada, who has joined forces with retail fashion icon Diane Merrick to create the ultimate decorative art boutique in the heart of Los Angeles.
About Your Hosts
Randy Esada – PROSPR Founder and respected interior designer Randy Esada is a resident of Windsor Square, and is active in the art community. Esada has been part of the Melrose and Beverly Boulevard landscapes for more than 18 years. Always reinventing, Randy recently opened PROSPR, the latest in a series of home furnishing stores by Randy Esada Designs Inc. PROSPR represents the most interesting and polished presentation in the evolution of fashion and current trends in the home furnishing world.
Diane Merrick – In 1971, along with Fred Segal, Diane was one of the first to open a store on Melrose. She started off selling antiques, then gradually expanded to clothing and vintage jewelry. Diane’s store was on Melrose for thirty-five years, until she moved to her current location on Beverly Boulevard. Diane continues to search out up-and-coming designers, and is excited to introduce her fine art, and vintage furniture and accessories.
Elaine Trebek Kares – Marketing entrepreneur Elaine Trebek Kares is the owner and artist-in-residence of GALLERY GO, on La Cienega Boulevard. Her work is a unique medium of white-on-white life-size nudes sculpted in Acrylic modeling paste.