‘Baby Malak’ is a magnificent vibrant family of rings that work independently or in multitude, just like Nada G™ Founder and Creative Director’s Daughter Malak, whose designs were inspired by. "Malak, my daughter, manages to light up a room whatever the mood whether she is alone or with her brother. She brings colour to our lives just by smiling. I hope that whomever wears items from ‘Baby Malak’ collection whether a ring, a bracelet, or an earring, a dose of color is added that transforms their day to the positive.” Says Nada.
‘Baby Malak’ is an amalgamation of ‘Malak’ and ‘Resolution’ collections. It merges the best of both worlds; It’s a smaller versions of ‘Malak’ rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces frosted with the colours of ‘Resolution’ and resulting in stunning whimsical pieces that spread positive vibes.
‘Fuse’, a bespoke collection to be worn around the earlobe. Each piece is made to appear as if it has fused onto one’s ear engulfing it with pure gold. "When I decided to design this collection, I wanted the pieces to wear the ear, not the other way around, and to become indistinguishable from it giving it a sense of drama and pizazz.” Says Nada.
Unlike traditional earrings, ‘Fuse’ becomes one with the earlobe and completely covers the pendent part of the ear with gold. Testament to the name, ‘Fuse’ gives the impression as if the ear has been dipped in liquid gold which has solidified and fused with it. The glittering gold brings attention to one of the body’s most sensual parts highlighting it in all its glory. ‘Fuse’ collection includes earlobes and wrist bands made of 18k gold and white, grey or champagne diamonds.
‘Uma’ is the third name that the Founder and Creative Director of Nada G™, Nada shortlisted when she was pregnant with her daughter. When she thought of the design for the ‘Uma’ collection, Nada envisioned a young and fun yet glamourous modern girl of today; a playful girl who is in love with the glitz but celebrates it not at the expense of glam.
‘Uma’ celebrates a telltale of dancing harmonious lines and light hues elevated against gravity, wherein one façade boasts refined 18k gold, and the other, a dash and splash of precious handpicked stones. ‘Uma’ comes in rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces.
‘Malak’ collection was one of three names shortlisted by Nada G™’s Founder and Creative Director for her then unborn daughter. She eventually decided to name her daughter Malak which means ‘angel’ in Arabic. Malak is one of her most successful iconic designs and was very new to the region when it launched in 2010, boasting a multi-colored field of rough diamond stones, impeccably cushioned against brushed yellow and white gold surface, free of rhodium.
‘Malak’ is a dignified boisterous organic piece of art boasting a multi-colored field of rough diamond stones impeccably cushioned against brushed yellow and white gold surface, free of rhodium.
‘Matrix’ is as complex as it looks and a 2010 CNN feature about "Joie De Vivre in Beirut” asserts its right to exist and is the inspiration behind the design. "Standing tall and beautifully encrusted in the brilliance of the diamonds, a ribcage ring slightly overshadows a primary ring, yet the primary ring is resilient and shines through, and that’s exactly how I wanted it to be. In life, there are real treasures that are sometimes overshadowed by others.” Says Nada.
‘Matrix’ is a magnificent shiny vibrant primary ring confined in a boisterous flamboyant ribcage ring that comes in 18k gold encrusted with diamonds, rubies or other precious stones.
Inspired by the personality of Nada G™’s Founder and Creative Director, ‘Boy Meets Girl’ is a combination of firm and playful. 'Boy Meets Girl’ is all about the boyish side in me, which is prevalent in the tight bands, combined with the fun oversized wires which symbolize my feminine and fun side” explained Nada.
‘Boy Meets Girl’ includes rings and ear-cuffs, made of 18k Gold with white diamonds, each having different lengths and sizes to cater to different styles.
In 2010, while Nada was contemplating names for her unborn baby girl, one of three names she fell in love with was ‘AYA’. She felt that the collection had to reflect the qualities she desired in her unborn child: exceptional, spiritual, and beautiful. ‘Aya’ was created with the meaning of its name at its heart; for in the Arabic language, ‘Aya’ means both prodigy and verse or spiritual, and is commonly used alongside the word ‘beauty’.
The word ‘AYA’ is a mirrored palindrome, which reads the same backwards and forwards and is absolutely symmetrical if cut in the middle axis not only as a word but also as stand-alone letters. It also stands tall; and the letters that form the word and the word itself are perfect design-wise. The ‘Aya’ collection comes in rings, earrings, necklaces in 18k yellow, white and pink gold.