Vision & Inspiration

Since the launch of her eponymous brand in 1996, Mizuki Goltz has paved the way to the forefront of contemporary fine jewelry design, seamlessly blending an effortless, refined and distinctive design aesthetic. The pearl provides the starting point of all designs, married with fluid gold lines or leathers to create modern jewelry. As the brand evolves, so too the collections most notably Sea of Beauty and Privé- the first embraces simplicity whilst the second lends itself to a more avantgarde style.

Mizuki combines sensual curved shapes with energy and individuality- worn to be layered and stacked to create something truly unique. The results are timeless and effortless pieces of jewelry that complement and do not overpower the wearer. Mizuki designs suit modern women of all ages and aspects of their daily lives, without compromising on comfort or style.

Born in Tokyo, based in New York with a hint of California in between, Mizuki brings together the marks of each destination to create jewelry that is an extension of her. Striving for understated yet unforgettable designs, Mizuki enjoys to work with little fuss and noise surrounding the design. The beauty is in its simplicity. This sentiment can be traced back to her Japanese origins and her subsequent training as a sculptor at New York City’s prestigious School of Visual Arts.

What began in a downtown Soho loft has grown to a worldwide brand as the Mizuki collections are carried in the most important and exciting stores around the globe. Mizuki maintains its position in the fine jewelry market with stockists including Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Liberty, Selfridges, Browns, Ron Herman Japan and Net-A-Porter. Mizuki has won both the coveted Couture Award for Pearls and the Town and Country Pearl Designer of the Year.

Mizuki is the modern pearl collection.

“I am constantly refining and evolving so that the jewelry becomes a part of a woman’s individuality and an expression of who she is. I strive to let the pieces move, flow and breathe with the body.”