New Jersey native Kaela Marie Genovese has always loved creating and designing jewelry. Her family has fond memories of her at the young age of three always having to have her “essentials” wherever she would go: her little purse, her mother’s jewelry, oversized sunglasses, lipstick and, of course, “keys” to her battery-operated car.
Genovese started designing and creating one-of-a-kind, stretchy jewelry pieces to give to her family and friends. She came to Wellington 18 years ago and attended the King’s Academy for high school and earned her bachelor’s degree from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Genovese has spent much of her work experiences in Palm Beach. “Due to the people who have walked by my side and believed in me, I’ve been able to arrive at this point,” she said. “I believe jewelry is a very personal thing, and it should tell a story about the person who’s wearing it.”
Today, she is creating one-of-a-kind, handmade designs that are available to the public.
“I feel life is too short, and by choosing to wear handmade jewels, it gives the power to be that one little thing that makes you feel unique and different from the rest,” she said. “God has blessed me with so much and has laid on my heart a love for the homeless, animals and underprivileged children. In turn, I vowed to donate a percentage to the following three charities: Adopt-A-Family, Paws 2 Help and the Children’s Place at Home Safe.”
You can now add a piece of “La Enovesé Designs” to your own personal collection. Visit www.laenovesedesigns.com, www.instagram.com/la.enovese.designs or www.facebook.com/laenovesedesigns to learn more.
Genovese’s unique jewelry will also be available for purchase at the upcoming Winter Equestrian Festival featured at a pop-up with the Farm Stand Boutique located between Pony Island and the Grand Hunter Ring.