“Handcrafted in Los Angeles, intricate, always unique, and ever imaginative… jewelry for lovers.”
Exploring her passion for jewelry, Vanessa Mooney self-taught herself the craft of hand-making jewelry and created pieces that stand out from the crowd. In the heart of downtown Los Angeles, Vanessa launched her namesake brand in 2009. Since then, Vanessa Mooney Jewelry has been worn by many celebrities like Kendall Jenner and Vanessa Hudgens. Influenced by music, painters, and revolutions, her handmade jewelry embodies love, glamour, and rock-n-roll. She draws inspiration from anything and everything creative around her. She wants women to express themselves through her jewelry.
“I feel I design for that girl on the street, who you pass by and look twice. It is for someone who isn’t afraid to be themselves, and tries to experience new things in life and their travels. I think the girl that wears my jewelry wants something different, so instead of doing what she sees other people do, she makes it her own in whatever way she does! ” – Vanessa Mooney
Vanessa Mooney Jewelry is scattered around the world in top retail stores such as Neiman Marcus, ShopBop, Free People, Urban Outfitters, Bergdorf Goodman, Revolve Clothing, ASOS, and many more! Past collaborations have been with Free People, Calypso, For Love and Lemons, Urban Outfitters, Dolce Vita, Club Monaco, and Madewell. She has also been featured in the pages of Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle, Nylon, Cosmopolitan, Us Weekly, Marie Claire, and Glamour to name a few.
Believing in a fast-paced life and working very hard, Vanessa Mooney Jewelry produces more collections in a year than most jewelry designers. Her collections are filled with bold statement pieces, multi-chain necklaces, semi-precious stones, symbols, and global influences.
“This brand is for every woman – regardless of style and influence, she can find herself within the Mooney aesthetic.”
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Photo source: vanessamooney.com, photographer: Natalia Castellar Calvani