Gloria Bass of Vintage Glo Jewelry Designs Was the Belle of the Golden Globe Gifter’s Ball with her Vintage-Inspired One-of-a-Kind Jewelry

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Gloria Bass of Vintage Glo Jewelry Designs was a big hit with celebrities at the GBK Official Golden Globes Gifting Lounge held January 15-16, 2010 at the Mondrian Hotel. Her high-end one-of-a-kind jewelry was popular with both male and female Golden Globe presenters and nominees.

With the parade of celebrities visiting gifting suites last weekend, Gloria Bass, designer of Vintage Glo Jewelry (, was the belle of the Golden Globe Gifter’s Ball! Her jewelry, ranging from statement rings to rosaries, turned every head that saw her display. Deidre Hall came back the following day just to gush about her Vintage Glo necklace she wore at a party the night before. Celebrities who proudly wore Vintage Glo Designs (Jordin Sparks, Shar Jackson, Kate Flannery, Steph Jones, Sara Hyland, and Mekhi Phifer, and more) left suite 116 at the Mondrian Hotel grinning from ear to ear as their new Vintage Glo “bling” sparkled uniquely around their necks, their wrists, their fingers, or whichever body parts they chose to display.

As a newer designer, Gloria Bass had concerns about choosing the right company in which to gift her designs. Unlike many jewelers, her one-of-a-kind pieces provided something for everyone, both male and female alike. Her jewelry is high-end enough to dress any celebrity for red carpet, yet she provides affordable pieces for the regular shopper who wants something unique. Choosing a gifting suite seemed overwhelming, as there are so many in L.A. But once Bass made the decision to do it, she went for it, choosing GBK Official Golden Globes Gifting Lounge.

“It’s always been satisfying to see my strong customer base happy with my product and it was even more satisfying to see a different caliber of people who were also impressed by my designs. The experience with GBK was fun and I was happy to have the opportunity to be a part of such a well run organization. I can’t imagine not ever having experienced it. I was on cloud 20! It made it even more fun to have my sister fly in from Texas and be with me to share in this experience. I was shocked to see all the celebrities and press so taken aback . . . I was surprised. It was the highlight of my experience.” – Gloria Bass

Vintage Glo Jewelry has warmed its way into the hearts of many—its popularity is growing at a rapid pace. This is just one of those instances where the product literally sells itself. All anyone needs to do is take one look and it is love at first sight.

Gloria Bass has big surprises for jewelry lovers. She will be starring in a webisode outlining the trials and joys of creating Vintage Glo Jewelry. She is also an advocate of improving the foster care system in Los Angeles and has aligned herself with Agenda Foundation (, a 501 (c) 3, that trains foster youth in filmmaking, and offers them opportunities for a career in film.

“Just like my jewelry is ‘green,’ people think they need to be out there having babies of their own, when they can just as easily help those children who need families. Why not go green with kids too! Going green doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. Foster care is the way to go to change a life. And having adopted my own foster child, I speak from experience.” – Gloria Bass

As more people wear Vintage Glo, they’re helping to aid a cause that is so underserved in our country. Not only is Gloria Bass helping to save the planet by repurposing vintage pieces for her jewelry designs, but she’s also saving a child one Vintage Glo piece at a time.

“Not only do I want to see my jewelry glow, I most importantly would like to see that ‘glo’ in a child’s eyes.” – Gloria Bass

Vintage Glo Designs is a vintage-inspired jewelry line created by Gloria Bass who takes vintage items and re-purposes them by creating her affordable, one-of-a-kind designs. Her jewelry is sold online and at specialty boutiques. Visit for more information.

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