Bittar designed Burberry's first Ready-to-wear jewelry collection, interpreting their trademark plaid onto Lucite.
After a five-year absence, Bittar reacquired the brand from Brooks Brothers after they filed for bankruptcy in fall of 2020.
When he returned to New York, Bittar continued to party and supported himself selling antique jewelry and vintage clothing on the streets of lower Manhattan.
In 1998, Bittar launched the first of what would become many designer collaborations, working with , the British luxury fashion house.
As a teenager, he sold antique jewelry and vintage clothing on St.
Bittar wanted to mimic 80's fashion and believed Joan was perfect for this role considering she was the 1980s soap opera Queen.
In 2015, Bittar had two children.
In 1999, he designed the first Burberry´s first Ready-to-Wear jewelry collection.