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Maggie Richmond the new #MR:

{achieving a gold movement}

Maggie Richmond (MR) is a luxurious gold jewelry brand for the “girl boss.” The company was founded to empower today’s women to express themselves through their accessories.  The name Maggie Richmond evokes my grandmother, a classy lady who valued education, strength, love, and determination. Who better to name a company after than a woman who knew “the future was female” before “girl power” was even a thing?

The company mission is to scout and curate innovative jewelry styles made of precious metals and other high quality materials for the Maggie Richmond family.  When heart and soul is poured into a collection, it should be cherished and valued rather than flashy fast-fashion that does not pass the test of time.

_____________ makes my life #rich.

She is the new #MR

  

   

 

 

About the Founder:

Maggie Richmond Founder Addie MorrowMy name is Addie and I am a Chicago girl who has a passion for jewelry. I started in the jewelry industry after graduating from college and since then I’ve grown to adore the jewelry grind. Over the past few years I’ve worked throughout the US as a jewelry buyer for companies that specialize in both fine and fashion jewelry. I cannot imagine a career more suited to my personality. Now I am bringing you my hand picked assortment so that you can share the joy that beautiful jewelry gives me!


The Maggie Richmond brand gives you a glimpse into my friendships and style with a twist of beauty and art for added flavor! All of the store’s features are inspired by my adventures traveling the world, including Russia; Belarus; Germany; India; and more. As I ventured to new places, visiting old friends and making new ones, I accumulated a treasure trove of stories and ideas that shape this store's imagery and design.

Hobbies: Girl-boss, dance, puppies, bikes, yoga, travel, and JEWELRY!  

xoxo 💋 boss babe

-Addie  

 

 

Value the #riches in life and don’t forget to have fun! #MRadventures

 

 

Meet the Team:

Creative Director - Xavier Winslow

Xavier Winslow Creative Director

Xavier Winslow's obsession with fine jewelry started when he was a young child. Growing up, he adored spending time with his mother and Tia [aunt], marveling at the artistry of their fine jewels. His love of elegant jewelry developed into a passion and lead him to become Creative Director at Maggie Richmond.

After attending New York University where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in European and Mediterranean Studies, all the while relishing the sleek, cosmopolitan NYC milieu, Xavier returned to Chicago to pursue a flourishing career in the print media industry. Back in his hometown, Xavier has worked at publications such as the Design Bureau and most recently the world-renowned Condé Nast, publisher of Vogue, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, and 17 other publications.    

Addie and Xavier forged their creative collaboration as young adults in Chicago. Addie often turned to Xavier as a fellow lover of jewelry and benefited from his expert advice when she worked for other companies. In fact, this creative collaboration during their early 20's hatched the concept of what ultimately grew to be Maggie Richmond. Xavier has been a key inspiration in the creation of Maggie Richmond’s striking, glamour-simple, girl-boss aesthetic and is largely responsible for the evolution of a jewelry lover’s dream to a full-fledged fine jewelry product line.

 

Chief Editor - Colette Morrow

Colette Morrow Chief Editor Maggie Richmond JewelryColette Morrow earned her doctoral degree at Texas Christian University in Ft. Worth, Texas. She currently teaches English at Purdue University Northwest, where she was the Director of Women's Studies for ten years. Morrow is a Senior Fulbright Scholar and, as a dedicated feminist, served as president of the National Women's Studies Association and sat on the editorial board of Feminist Formations (formerly the NWSA Journal) for almost a decade. Her academic specialization is transnational feminism and she has taught Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies in Belarus, Russia, India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.  Her most recent book, co-edited with Professor Devaleena Das, is Unveiling Desire: Fallen Women in Literature, Culture, and Films of the East.  Her previous publications include Getting in is Not Enough: Women in the Global Workplace, co-edited with Terry Ann Frederick. Currently she is working on a book analyzing European and US women's narratives about their travels in Iran from 1850 through 1940. Morrow lived in Iran from 1973 through 1977.  

 

Editor At Large - Caroline Kearns

Caroline Kearns Editor At Large

Caroline is a rare and exceptionally talented editor. She is an aficionado in estate jewelry, and developed her refined taste and style as she grew up in the equestrian world. In addition, she studied architecture at Parsons School of Design in New York and attended New York University from 2006-2008. There she studied Linguistics and Romance Languages. Upon returning to Chicago, Caroline spent a year studying design at Harrington College of Design, after which she went on to work at a variety of design firms from 2005-2008. In 2010 she returned to her roots in the equestrian world, earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Equestrian Studies from the University of Findlay. She subsequently moved to Calgary, Alberta, where she managed and organized international show jumping tournaments at the world renowned venue, Spruce Meadows. Her most recent experience includes but is not limited to editing public relations and news content for the number one, internationally ranked, Rolex-sponsored equestrian athlete. After maintaining a long-distance friendship for several years, Caroline and Addie reunited in Chicago when Caroline returned from Canada and took a position at a business consulting firm.  It was a natural next step for Caroline to join the Maggie Richmond, adding her expert knowledge of jewelry, business, and editing to the team’s collective talents. Who better to be at Maggie Richmond team than someone who has always been and always will be addicted to all that sparkles and who has such a broad  knowledge of the business world? Caroline’s hobbies include owning, altering, and making jewelry, drawing, horseback riding, and playing tennis.

 

Business Development Manager -  Jasmin Uriostegui 

Jasmin Uriostegui MarketingJasmin Uriostegui is a Chicagoland native earning her Bachelors Degree in Marketing PR from Columbia College Chicago where she and Addie first met. She joined the Maggie Richmond team as the next step in her successful marketing/sales career. Her previous experience includes Sales for Sony and Marketing at Allied Integrated Marketing where she worked with accounts such as Sony, Disney, and Dreamworks.  
Jasmin never fails to have her finger on the pulse of pop culture bringing awareness of new opportunities to the Maggie Richmond team. Her ability to scout and execute business development and growth strategies has made her a valuable player in building the Maggie Richmond Brand. Her passions include travel, music festivals, and being a new cat mom. Meow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

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