Bollywood Galiyara

Iranian-American Jeweler Featured in Beyonce’s “Black Is King”

Iranian-American Jeweler Featured in Beyonce's "Black Is King"
Beyonce Knowles-Carter in MONA ASSEMI
Hollywood Press Release

NEW YORK, Aug. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — M O N A A S S E M I earrings were featured in the music video for ‘Brown Skin Girl’ premiering in Beyonce’s visual film, “Black is King.” The founder of the brand, Mona Assemi is a Iranian-American designer residing in New York City.

The earrings are black resin and onyx with white matte Swarvoski, tied together with Swarovski crystal posts. Beyonce is seen wearing these earrings paired with a Tongoro Studio dress. Earrings from the same line are available on the M O N A A S S E M I website.

Beyonce Knowles-Carter in MONA ASSEMI
Mona Assemi has been featured in Vogue, InStyle, Forbes, Modern Luxury, Allure, New York Magazine, and Marie Claire for her eccentric line of luxury jewelry. Her jewels have been adorned by the likes of Katie Holmes, Taylor Momsen, Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Ripa, Solange Knowles, and now Beyonce Knowles-Carter.

“In light of everything happening with Black Lives Matter, COVID, and more in the world, Beyonce’s new visual album has been something positive that we have all been yearning for to enrich our lives,” enthuses Assemi. “An artful gift that has been musically and visually a true masterpiece. For Beyonce and her stylist Zerina Alers (and team) to choose people of color and emerging designers to empower and support is the kindest gesture. I’m so grateful for the opportunity.”

ABOUT MONA ASSEMI: M O N A A S S E M I, founded her namesake line combining inspiration from old Persian culture and modern American lifestyle. The NY based designer combines sculptural clean lines, sumptuous crystals, and elegant metals to create a liquid dripping aesthetic for her signature collection. Her most current collections include unusual shapes and sculptural protruding elements. All Mona’s pieces are handmade in New York city. Go to for more information.


Related Links


Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More