Leslie Greene's designs are inspired by art, architecture, vintage designs and patterns. "Each time that I discover a new vintage clothing store, a piece of art, or even a color that moved me, I am motivated to begin a new collection," says Greene.
Her panache for combining treasured classics with modern trends has truly brought her to the forefront of the world of jewelry design. She incorporates a fresh yet unexpected approach to functional and versatile jewelry.
Her collections capture elements of luxury and elegance, while at the same time satisfying the desire for contemporary style. Her creations can be seen everywhere from her loyal customers who purchase her pieces for everyday wear to some of Hollywood''s biggest stars on the red carpet. "I feel connected to the women who wear my jewelry and am inspired by their individuality. My collections are always evolving, as are my customers."
Greene's dedication to her craft can be seen through her timeless and ageless pieces, each carefully thought out and designed with a specific customer in mind. Her extraordinary diamond designs are delicately placed in intricate settings of 18k white, yellow gold and platinum.
Other creations include hand-selected vivid colored stones such as pink tourmaline, pink and blue sapphires, green and pink amethysts and morganite. Her jewelry will undoubtedly become family heirlooms, passed on for generations.
A graduate of the world renowned Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, Leslie has mastered the art of forecasting trends, while at the same time maintaining the essence of old world charm. Among her prestigious awards are the 2004 JA Golden Apple Award, the Town & Country Diamond Designer's Excellence Award and the Women Jewelers Association Award for Excellence and Design. With coverage is esteemed publications such as Town & Country , InStyle, Vogue, W and Harper's Bazaar, Leslie has become recognized as both a designer and entrepreneur.
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