Laurel DeWitt built her brand by reimagining the distinction between clothing and accessories while snatching the Fashion Week spotlight year after year. Beyonce adorned one of her captivating crowns in the video for Coldplay’s “Hymn For The Weekend.” Another DeWitt masterpiece drapes the Nicki Minaj wax figure in Las Vegas’ Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum. Her breathtaking yet wearable alloy creations have been lauded across the industry. Her celebrity clientele includes Shakira, Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, Cardi B, Amber Rose,, Steve Aoki, Lenny Kravitz, Lady Gaga, among others.

About the Designer

Metal Apparel & Accessories

There are thousands of designers gliding across the globe. None are quite like Laurel DeWitt. Since graduating from Pratt Institute in 2005, the Kingston, New York native created her own niche, metal apparel & accessories, while building a career as a prolific handbag designer for Kenneth Cole Reaction, Juicy Couture, Michael Kors, Calvin Klein, to name a few. One part maven. One part visionary. 100% original.

She’ll weave a metallic laced, body-hugging dress that slinks like satin and flows like liquid mercury in one instance, then in the next, transform elaborate work from legendary embroidery houses like Maison Lesage, with colorful metal flowers, entirely hand-cut, hand-rolled, and hand-painted to create a stunning display of incredibly meticulous metal work.

About Laurel DeWitt Handbags

Laurel DeWitt's handbag line features her jewelry inspired metal minaudiere evening bags, totes & crossbodies (to name a few) —each adorned with her trademarked goddess logo with embellishments on the outside and signature chain-print satin on the inside.

Some women choose to wear crowns on their heads. All women deserve to wear a crown on their arm.

Above all, Laurel DeWitt is an artist.

By every definition, Laurel DeWitt is an artist. Sculpting elaborate crowns and headdresses is her passion. Her trademarked goddess logo is fashioned after the first crown she created, which was featured in the Smithsonian Institute of African Art. Laurel has been commissioned to design and create one-of-a kind art installations for Macy’s Herald Square, and soon, various locations nationwide. Her work has been showcased in various art galleries throughout New York City as well.