Erica Anenberg is one of today's most creative and original jewelry designers. Her jewelry is on tour with everyone from Miley Cyrus to Rihanna to the Jonas Brothers and her fashion accessories are featured on TV everywhere, from the upcoming seasons of Keeping Up With the Kardashians to The Bad Girls Club. The list of leading celebrities and fashion influencers who wear Erica Anenberg jewelry includes Cameron Diaz, AnnaLynne McCord, Pink, Kristen Cavallari, Drew Barrymore, Britney Spears, David Cook, Lenny Kravitz, and many others.
With a design aesthetic that is dangerously sexy, yet classically innocent, Anenberg's inimitable style is unique, edgy and versatile. Her work has garnered the acclaim of fashion and pop culture media, such as Marie Claire, People Magazine, and Fine Jewelry News. InStyle Magazine promoted its "What's Sexy Now" issue with 5,000 of her sterling-silver word rings and Elton John ordered 1,000 of Erica's specialty key chains for his legendary gift bags for the Oscars Governor's Ball. Erica's achievements as a businesswoman and groundbreaking artist has resulted in articles on her everywhere from the Los Angeles Times to Entrepreneur Magazine's list of Rising Stars.
Although Erica is best known for her talent in bringing fashion jewelry to life; for example, she is the original designer of the Twosome� ring which debuted in Maxfield LA in 2001, she is a true multimedia artist. She has been honored to design public works projects, such as the stained glass windows which adorn L.A.'s famed Kabbalah Center Synagogue, and signature event pieces, such as the 16-foot stained-glass ice bar for the Oscars and intimate glass keepsakes for guests at the Emmy Awards.
"My collection is how I help people tell their own story through creative expression," says Erica, "I make jewelry which reflects the individuality of the wearer." Her line of braille jewelry, in particular, has been recognized for its subtle conveyance of powerful messages. The Today Show has highlighted Erica's rings, pendants, and bracelets as an example of "the best trend" in fashion jewelry and Daily Candy declared Erica's jewelry to be the "go-to pieces in your jewelry box."
After graduating from California State University (Northridge) with a degree in photography, Erica studied glass at Pilchuck in Seattle and jewelry design at Otis Parsons College of Art and Design. Erica's collection is available at high-end retail locations in the U.S. and Japan, such as Dillards, Henri Bendel, Nordstrom and Kitson (who cited her as its top-selling accessory designer).