Rachel Brown is a famous jewelry label that has been around since 2007 and is based in New York City. She takes great pride in being one of the earliest “spiritually inspired jewelry designers” in history. One of her well-known sayings goes, “It all started with one bracelet and a dream.”
When Madonna saw her jewelry on the runway at Madison Square Garden during New York Fashion Week, she immediately took notice. In time, Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore, fashion icon Donna Karan, singer-songwriter SEAL, Tony Award–winning actors, and the Real Housewives of New York City were among her clientele.
Rachel Brown’s artwork is the result of a deeply personal and spiritual place of inspiration. She places a high value on occult practices like astrology, numerology, tarot reading, and mysticism. Her aura of contemporary urban chic is rooted in the symbolism of her research into archetypes from religions and spiritual traditions around the world. Jewelry by Rachel Brown has been carried by independent retailers in the United States and Europe since 2008.
Retail partners for Rachel Brown include Donna Karan’s Urban Zen. As part of the retrospective “Kabbalah,” she worked with the Jewish Museum in Vienna, the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam, and The Jewish Museum in Moscow.
The Rachel Brown brand has been so successful because Brown is able to draw from her most profound wellspring of originality, which is rooted in universally appealing ideas like spirituality, sentiment, and self-expression. She lives her dream job by combining her spiritual studies with the aesthetic design work that has brought her so much joy throughout her life. Rachel has made it her life’s work to spread this Light around the globe through the creation of beautiful jewelry.
Rachel prays that the wearer of the designs she infuses with symbolic energies, will gain a sense of peace and love through the unity of all peoples.
The Motivation Behind Her Concept of Uniform Love
Her hope is that by wearing the One Love pendant, people will be inspired to work toward a more peaceful and harmonious world. She asks what the universe would be like if all the different peoples of the world expressed their beliefs in a single sentence that was accepted by all the major religions and spiritual philosophies. Does this seemingly diverse set of beliefs share a common tenet? Could it be that there really aren’t any differences at all despite how they appear? What fundamental spiritual or religious principle underpins the fabric of our universe?
Whether you adhere to a monotheistic, polytheistic, atheistic, or agnostic worldview, or whether you have faith in a Higher Power or simply listen to your inner guidance, there is universal agreement on one thing: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you; in other words, love thy neighbor as thyself.
Love, being loved, happiness, fulfillment, inner peace, outer peace, global peace, and serenity are all things that every human being seeks.
She hopes that your One Love pendant will always serve as a reminder that we must treat each other with compassion and kindness if we ever hope to live in peace.
Rachel made it to the top on her own, and all of her “breaks” and “tipping points” came about because she put in a lot of hard work to get where she is today. Then, suddenly, people in the business world began approaching her about working together.
People feel the energy of the Aramaic letter combinations on jewelry, which are angel entities, and she often gets emails saying they never take those pieces off and that they know the jewelry has brought them miracles and loving energy.
Since no other avant-garde fashion designer has attempted to combine the spiritual teachings of the Kabbalah with high-end jewelry, her work stands out as truly unique. She also oversees the manufacturing process here in New York City.
Rachel achieved fame independently, without family support or other resources to fall back on. She simply dreamed of success as a jewelry designer, a career she was destined to pursue. From the depths of her soul, she understood that it was her divine destiny (higher calling) to use the spiritual insight she had gained through her study of Kabbalah to combine the talents of design and art.
Because of her interest in the subject, she decided to use it as inspiration for a jewelry collection. Despite her anxiety about not succeeding, she was determined to pursue the goal she deeply desired. She felt she needed to take bold, fearless action toward her goals with the confidence that comes from knowing she gave it everything she had and her best effort regardless of the outcome.
With just one bracelet and an idea, she launched her company. Rachel did not spend any of her money on advertising or publicity. Her company has grown from the ground up, one satisfied client at a time. Eventually, she sold to fashion icon Donna Karan. In addition to her regular merchandise, she offered limited-edition collections at her Urban Zen boutiques. She became well-known in the Big Apple and was even discovered by Kabbalah-obsessed pop star Madonna. Currently, she focuses on special commissions from A-listers.