Monday, November 16, 2009

Meet the Designer - Meg Lammers

Welcome to our new series, "Meet the Designer."  Now you can learn a little more about the fabulous designers we work with and just why we like them so much.  Kicking off our brand new series is Meg Lammers of MEG Jewelry.  We've been so fortunate to be the exclusive Chicago retailer of MEG jewelry and getting to know her has been great fun.

Meg, 3rd from left, and The Left Bank Ladies at the DEBI Awards.

Meg hails from the beautiful rivertown of Guttenberg, Iowa. Her studio is perched high above a serene landscape overlooking the winding Mississippi River.

She's been an accessories kind of girl from a very early age and turned her passion for creating one-of-a-kind jewelry when she opened Bella Jewels in 2001 in picturesque Galena, Illinois. During this time she saw a need for beautiful and fashionable bridal jewelry. Determined to fill this need, she set out to create perfect bridal accessories for woman across the world and in 2003, MEG Jewelry LLC was born! Her designs complement the woman, her personal style, and the gown. Meg's pieces are created with the highest quality components, made in an eco friendly environment in the U.S.A, and they are affordable as well. Her goal was to design bridal jewelry that could be worn after the wedding day and give the bride a reminder of her special day, and give the bridesmaids a gift to cherish.



Meg's inspirations have always been nature, history, fashion eras and women from all over the world.  Her latest collection is fun and flirty with bold influences. Think of a modern Mae West who once said, "better to be looked over than overlooked."  Come see the new collection and meet Meg as we welcome her back to our boutique on November 21-22, 2009 to showcase her sparkling 2010 collection.

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2 comments:

  1. Wow! Gorgeous jewelry! Love it!!

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  2. I really love these designs for the whole wedding party!

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