Designer Lee Ann Jones of Lee Jones Collection is all about incredible women who are not only talented but work to make a difference for others and this mindset has been instrumental in her designs. The Fairy Dust Collection was my Jones’ first collection and continues to be a best seller because it is perfect for layering, has the right amount of movement and is delicate yet makes a statement. It was inspired by Lee Ann’s recognition that a lot of women really are "fairies" in their daily lives as they continually make things happen without others truly knowing what all goes on behind the scenes. The collection was designed so that these women sparkle from front to back as a subtle reminder of all they accomplish for their families, their workplace, their communities, charities, etc.
In her latest collection, Locked and Loved, which launched in October 2019 Jones has introduced hand carved gemstones, one of a kind and unique charms and a diamond clasp wire choker to celebrate security within oneself, finding eternal love and wearing everything a customer loves whether that be one necklace, five necklaces or a collection of charms specific to the customer, charms from her mother and/or grandmother, or just one special piece.
Lee Jones is a brand committed to designing jewelry for real life - jewelry that is wearable, unique and tells each customer's story. “In my design process I stay focused on the fact that I love so many different jewelry lines myself, I want to design pieces that do no limit my customers on wearability, but rather give them the ability to style their pieces so they can wear everything they love together. At the same time, each piece in my collection is thoughtfully designed so that it can be mixed with pieces from any collection in the line so that there is fluidity across my brand.”
Prior to designing jewelry and in the beginning of her design business, Jones was also a full time lawyer representing health care entities in litigation and business matters. A little over a year after starting her fine jewelry business, it had grown so much, that she retired her law license and has focused on full time sparkle ever since.