Tara Pascale Germani

Sep 30 2020. views 96

Wearing many hats including that of an interior designer, spatial stylist, yoga teacher and jewellery designer, Tara is the Creator and Art Director of SATVRN. Growing up in Australia in a jewellery family, Tara studied at the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) 2005 / Enmore Design School (Sydney) Australia. Her eyes quickly became accustomed to fine and rare objects. 

What inspired the pieces you created?
The mystical nature of Vedic astrology, sacred geometry and mythical stories about gods, goddess and planets.

Who is your muse?
Satvrn realizes there is a divine connection between the natural and supernatural realms, combining precious gems and metals with healing vibrational energy and intentions.

What is your design ethos?
By locally sourcing our stones and materials we celebrate the wondrous capacity of our island's resources and through inviting a deeper sense of inquiry into our inner landscape, outer environment and astral potential, we hope to inspire a more luminous experience for all we come into contact with here on earth. 

What are your sustainability credentials?
We do what we can. We only choose to work with local artisans and use recycled precious metals as much as possible. 

How has your feminine identity been portrayed through your collections?
Through studying the Sister sciences (Yoga, Ayurveda & Astrology) Satvrn reminds the wearer to go beyond their own humanness by mindfully tapping into their own sacred bodies and intuition by honouring divine feminine aspects and archetypes found in all of our collections.



Tina Edward Gunawardhana

Tina Edward Gunawardhana is a journalist specialising in travel, fashion, lifestyle, cuisine and personalities. She is also the Features Editor for Hi!! Magazine. An intrepid traveller, she likes to show readers the world through her eyes and experiences. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram - tinajourno tinajourno@gmail.com


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