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[November 12, 2013]

Stellé Audio Couture Continues To Rock The Tech World With The Stellé Audio Pillar And Audio Clutch Capturing The CES Innovations 2014 Design & Engineering Award Honors

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Nov. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Today, the CES Innovations 2014 Design & Engineering Awards were revealed with two marquis products from premium lifestyle technology company Stellé Audio Couture receiving honors. The Stellé Audio Pillar and Stellé Audio Clutch were both unveiled as honorees for these highly coveted awards. The Stellé Audio Couture executive team, including CEO, Anna Perelman, and President, Wayne Ludlum, was on-hand to accept the award on behalf of the brand.

Products entered in this prestigious program are judged by a preeminent panel of independent industrial designers, independent engineers and members of the trade media to honor outstanding design and engineering in cutting edge consumer electronics across 29 product categories.

"At Stellé Audio Couture we strive to create innovative audio products that exceed all expectations by capturing a unique design perspective and pairing it with easy-to-use Bluetooth technology," said Anna Perelman, CEO of Stellé Audio Couture. "The Pillar and Audio Clutch are beautiful products that sound just as good as they look and we are thrilled that they have been named Honorees for CES Innovations 2014 Design & Engineering Awards." The Stellé Audio Pillar and Stellé Audio Clutch will be displayed in The Venetian Hotel at the 2014 International CES, which runs January 7-10, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. These honored products will also be displayed at CES Unveiled: The Official Media Event of the International CES from 4-7 p.m. on Sunday, January 5 in South Seas Ballroom C at Mandalay Bay.

Stellé Audio Couture will showcase its full product line at CES (North Hall, Booth #3818), including the Stellé Audio Pillar, a sleek wireless speaker that looks beautiful in your home or office, and the high-fashion Stellé Audio Clutch, an innovative accessory that combines the aesthetic of a stylish handbag with a high-fidelity, portable, wireless Bluetooth speaker. With intuitive controls, cutting-edge technology and meaningful collaborations, Stellé Audio Couture brings an innovative, female-centric approach to electronics, fusing technology with design.

Innovations 2014 Design and Engineering honoree products are featured on For more information on Stellé Audio Couture and its products, please visit

About Stellé Audio Couture: Stellé Audio Couture is a design focused technology company that develops premium portable products. Founded in 2012 in Newport Beach, Calif., by award winning audio industry veterans - and husband and wife team - Anna Perelman and Wayne Ludlum, Stellé Audio Couture was built on the idea that audio products can look just as amazing as they sound. With a development philosophy unique to the industry, Stellé Audio Couture begins first and foremost with a high-style design concept that also incorporates the very best in sound and technology.

Stellé Audio Couture's signature products, the stylish Pillar and the fashion-savvy Audio Clutch, are the ultimate in personal speaker devices, featuring simplistic yet sophisticated technology that is easy to use and creates incredible sound. Stellé products are portable, with a battery life that will take on even your longest days. Listen to music, dance to your own tunes, host a conference call or talk to a friend from anywhere your life takes you. Whether you're a homebody or always on the go, hosting a party for two or the life of the party, finally there's technology that suits your life and complements your style.

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