T H E B R A N D
OPHINE is yoga-inspired jewelry and accessories, for a balanced, beautiful life. The talismans of transformation that include OPHINE’s signature Crystal Screw® mantra bracelets and minimal malas form the soul of the brand, while pretty periphery pieces including ravishing rings, relaxing eye pillows, and regal zodiac necklaces, form the heart. Each design is carefully crafted with love in Bali, Indonesia. Essentially every quality, handmade OPHINE adornment pulsates with incredible heart and soul – just like YOU.
T H E D E S I G N E R
Hello! My name is Quisha, and I'm so honored to create beautiful adornments to affirm and empower you along your life's journey. I'm a jewelry designer and Certified Yoga Guide, combining my passion for both practices in what OPHINE is today. OPHINE garners its' name from my once, very stylish grandmother who genetically gifted me a truly unique flair for fashion. The OPHINE brand is an artistic extension of that inherited impulse to seek out beautiful things and style them in a way that is powerful, poetic, and personal. As a yogi, it's only natural that my passion for finding and fashioning beauty, would align with my persistent pursuit of inner peace, to inform my life's work. OPHINE creations are purposefully designed to heighten inner-beauty awareness by adorning the body with exalting accessories.
From as early as I can remember, I was a designer. As a shy, introverted, eccentric kid, I took refuge in my imagination, where I could consciously curate my life and sift through the good and bad to find beauty. My favorite thing to design was my look. My hair and clothes were personal works of art to me. I was a thrift store queen, and I had a gift for reworking and repurposing the discarded treasures I found. I used to make major alterations and literally seam clothes with safety pins because I didn’t know how to sew! I used eye shadow to put highlights in my hair. I took the flower tops off of my mom’s floral arrangements to embellish my ripped jeans. I made jewelry from broken Christmas tree ornaments and crayons I melted in the oven. I just wanted to look and feel beautiful, and as a child with no real income, I used whatever I could around me to make that happen. But my look was just the façade of my real home – which was in my mind.