She has always hoped that the One Love pendant would be a way to help others understand her vision of a peaceful, harmonious world.
What would it be like if all the different peoples and couples in the universe expressed their beliefs in a single sentence? What kind of energy would that create? Is it possible that these seemingly contradictory groups share some fundamental beliefs? Is it just my imagination, or are there really that many differences? When you think about the core of our universe, what spiritual or religious idea comes to mind?
Love thy neighbor as thyself and do unto others as you would have them do unto you; this is the eternal consensus of humanity, whether you believe in one God, many Gods, no Gods, a Higher Power, or simply the voice of your soul.
Rachel Brown claims that everyone seeks the same things out in life: love, to be loved, happiness, fulfillment, inner peace, outer peace, global peace, and serenity.
The world needs people who treat each other with respect and value human worth if we ever hope to live in peace.
Founded in New York City in 2007, Brown is a prestigious jewelry line known for creating one-of-a-kind pieces inspired by the teachings of the Kabbalah for A-list celebrities. That she was an early “spiritually inspired jewelry designer” is something she takes great pride in. One of her well-known sayings goes, “It all started with one bracelet and a dream.”
Shortly after her jewelry debuted at New York Fashion Week at Madison Square Garden, she attracted the attention of Madonna. Soon, she was working with the likes of Ashton Kutcher, Demi Moore, Donna Karan, british singer SEAL, Tony Award–winning actors, and the Real Housewives of New York City.
Rachel Brown’s artwork is the result of a deeply personal and spiritual process. Numerology, tarot cards, astrology, and her own mystical beliefs all have a significant impact on her life. Her aura of contemporary urban chic is rooted in the symbolism of her research into universal spiritual and religious archetypes. Throughout the United States and Europe, you can find Rachel Brown Jewelry at upscale accessory and clothing boutiques.
Donna Karan’s Urban Zen is one of the retail labels that Rachel Brown has worked with. For the “Kabbalah” retrospective, she also worked with the Jewish Museum in Vienna, the Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam, and The Jewish Museum in Moscow.
Rachel Brown’s ability to tap into her most fundamental wellspring of creativity and produce work that reflects universally appealing ideas of spirituality, sentiment, and self-expression has contributed to the brand’s phenomenal success. Rachel has made it her life’s work to spread this Light around the globe through the medium of her jewelry designs.
Rachel prays that the wearer of her symbolic designs will feel the energies she has infused: peace, love, and global unity.
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