WHO'S ADDICTED

"This necklace is basically the necklace of my dreams. I love it so much."

— Ali C, Boston

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MEET THE TEAM

URSULA LYON, Founder

The Accessory Junkie

Addictions:

  • Lucite rings from the 1970s

  • Treasure hunting around the world

  • The gang that is my family

CONFESSION

"Every morning I get a rush when I hear the clinking of my bracelets as I hug my children on their way to school. In that moment, the overflowing love I have for them spills into my bracelets, and the sound is a reminder they're never far from my heart.  When I pass my jewelry on to them, they'll know those hugs are stored away inside each piece."

MICHELLE REEVES, Co-Founder

The Business Junkie

Addictions:

  • Strong eyebrows

  • Boho-hair & high heels

  • Green smoothies with a cupcake chaser​

CONFESSION

"Today I woke up at 4am craving my laptop. I had to have it!

With a new idea and crazy unexplained energy I tip toed past my sleeping babies and began typing. Losing all track of time I love to build. I can't stop. I won't stop, it's just all too exciting!"

Amanda Corey, Product Manager

The Meticulous Organizer Junkie

Addictions:

  • Any beach location, anywhere, anytime

  • Reading! Will give every book a chance

  • Mexican food, no, wait. Sushi. Ok, Mexican.

CONFESSION

"When I'm not making spreadsheets for 1,000 pairs of earrings you'll find me brunching and beaching wherever I can. I'll try anything once and I live by the rule of kindness. No matter what you do, put kindness into the world (while reading books and eating Mexican)."

 

Andrea Siegel, Partnerships & Community

The Tokyo Travel Junkie

Addictions:

  • Connecting people around the world

  • Vintage kimonos and Japanese design

  • Bold clutches

CONFESSION

"New encounters, connections and locations excite and drive me. It's truly magical when I meet new people, discover a shared aesthetic and celebrate the uniqueness of it all. My family is my everything!  Nothing makes the world more meaningful than to have them along for the adventure."