Robyn Rhodes

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About the Designer

After several years working in the TV & Film industry, Robyn Rhodes decided to channel her creative desires and energies inward and left the business to start her own line of jewelry. Robyn was inspired by fusion of chain and stone. Making her own unique designs using glass pendants and giving them as gifts, word of mouth quickly spread and she knew she was onto something. From there, Robyn decided to employ stay-at-home moms as well as artists to help keep up with demand. With such innovative creations, Robyn soon found her designs being worn by Hollywood's elite. With the word spreading, it was inevitable that she would be featured in InStyle, ELLE, Lucky, People, Los Angeles Magazine, Rachel Ray, Seventeen, and many more. Not only has Robyn herself been interviewed on “Good Day LA” and “Access Hollywood”, but the jewelry has also been worn on various television shows including Entourage, Entertainment Tonight, America's Next Top Model, The OC, & Rachael Ray. The jewelry is also featured in the upcoming movie with Amanda Peet, “Real Men Cry”. Robyn has also joined forces with denim company, Rock & Republic to design jewelry for their runway shows at New York’s Fashion Week. Robyn realizes how fortunate she is to be able to do something she is so passionate about. She is driven by a strong desire to give back any way she can. Robyn works closely with two charities, the Young Survival Coalition & the PADRE Foundation. The YSC is a breast cancer charity that assists women under 40 diagnosed with breast cancer. Teaming up with Gabrielle Union, 20% of proceeds from the YSC collection goes directly to the charity. The PADRE Foundation raises money to assist families with children diagnosed with diabetes. From the sales of the PADRE foundation collection, Robyn donates 20% of the proceeds.

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