We are so excited to announce the release of our Brand New 2013-2014 Catalog!
The Collections contained within this Catalog are inspired by some of the hottest looks on the runway. Stop by to see all of the latest in fashion jewelry, accessories and unique pieces you won’t find anywhere else.
We have expanded our Mimzi Collection and are so pleased to introduce a multitude of brand new Signature pieces that are designed and handmade at our Home Office in Apex, NC!
Want to see more? Contact your Consultant or click HERE to take a look at through the entire Catalog!
Friday, February 1st is National Wear Red Day! We would love to have you join us in supporting a very important cause!
In honor and support of Heart Health and National Wear Red Day, we are excited to announce that proceeds from select items purchased before January 31st will be donated to the American Heart Association. To receive these items in time for Wear Red Day, be sure to encourage your customers to order the pieces that they want by January 25th.
Let’s spread the word! Friend us on Facebook – www.facebook.com/azuliskye – and share our posts with your friends. Encourage everyone to sport their favorite AZULI SKYE pieces of jewelry on this National Day of Heart Health Awareness!
Help AZULI SKYE to support Breast Cancer Research. We all know someone who has been affected by Breast Cancer in some way; whether they’ve fought a personal battle or been affected by the diagnosis of a friend or family member, this horrible disease has touched far too many lives.
For the month of October AZULI SKYE will donate all net proceeds on the following select items to Breast Cancer Research!
Wear your Support with the Awareness Necklace!
Find your inner strength with the Courage Cherish Necklace!
Create a look and showcase your support with the Breast Cancer Mimzi and all of the pink Mimzi’s in our Collection!
“Breast cancer is not just a disease that strikes at women. It strikes at the very heart of who we are as women: how others perceive us, how we perceive ourselves, how we live, work and raise our families-or whether we do these things at all.” – Debbie Wasserman Shultz (Breast Cancer Survivor)