top of page


Welcome to Belle's Collections, where we strive to bring you exquisite and distinctive jewelry that speaks to your individuality. Our founder, Cynthia Simmons, has a deep admiration for African art and heritage, and she has brought that inspiration to our store. Our jewelry and clothing is meticulously crafted with the highest quality materials that will last you a lifetime. We believe that everyone deserves to treat themselves to beautiful, unique pieces, and we are proud to offer that to our customers. Come see for yourself and discover the perfect piece of wearable art made with love and enjoyment.   




At Belle’s Collections, we are proud to introduce our Tribal Fusion jewelry collection, a line devoted to showcasing the art and traditions of diverse cultures from all over the world. Tribal Fusion was born from our desire to create a community that celebrates the richness of our differences, all while enjoying the look and feel of unique, beautiful jewelry. Our collection ranges from bold and daring statement pieces to elegant, chic options that are perfect for any occasion.





​Considering the peace she's found through this practice, Simmons began hosting Scared Beading workshops at The Lord's Place in West Palm Beach and Mothers Against Murderers as solace for those who've lost loved ones to gun violence.   


From the very first session she knew that Sacred Beading was a healing art.  It was  important to create a safe space without judgement during their time together. 


Today,  Sacred Beading has taken her around the world, hosting private events!

Currently Cynthia works with the City of West Palm Beach, Mothers Against Murderers Inc, Palm Beach County School District, Healthier Neighbors Riviera Beach, Dare To Be A Girl Inc, Community Caring Center of Boynton Beach and many other organizations.

Cynthia Simmons is a member of the Norton Museum of Art, Palm Beach Cultural Council and National Coalition of 100 Black Women, West Palm Beach Chapter.​​


​Belle's Nefertiti Jewelry line is sold at the Norton Museum of Art, Palm Beach Cultural Council.

If you have any questions, please message Cynthia below and she will reply as soon as possible.

Thanks for submitting!

bottom of page