Robert Lee Morris Gets Down to Brass Tacks



The designer returns with a brand-new collection that brings his aesthetic to a wider audienceRobert Lee Morris is right back where he started. A pioneer of the art jewelry movement who rose to prominence in the 1970s, the 65-year-old designer has had a storied career over the course of which he’s earned two Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) awards and a Coty American Fashion Critics award. He’s had high-profile collaborations with Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen (for their Elizabeth and James label), Calvin Klein, and Donna Karan (for whom he created 36 collections), and a successful retail store in New York City’s SoHo district since 1978. After stints as a Warner Bros. licensee and a presenter on QVC, plus 12 years in the rarefied world of fine jewelry, Morris was approached in 2011 by Haskell Jewels, the parent company of couture costume jeweler Miriam Haskell, who scoo
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