New York, NY -- Alexis Taub was born into a family jewelry business that has been designing and manufacturing fine jewelry for designers and stores for 75 years. After years of interacting with their demographic and customer base, Alexis is putting a 21st century spin on the company with the launch of Alexis Jae Jewelry, a world wide, direct-to-consumer jewelry business where the consumer becomes the designer. With this new mode, the consumer now has the ability to create the pieces they’ve always dreamt of without the markups that hold them back.
Alexis recognized the industry wide markups placed on fine jewelry and wanted to focus on lowering that cost so people of all ages and demographics could access pieces that are special to them and the loved ones they gift. She saw an opportunity to bring the longstanding expertise she’s learned over the years working with her family, directly to consumers at prices they can feel good about. Utilizing the family factory, Alexis cuts out the middleman and maintains the extraordinary value of fine jewelry while saving customers about 50% of traditional retail prices. Every piece is made to order. Customers can choose from hundreds of inspiration pieces and work directly with an Alexis Jae stylist to make their vision come to life.
“Throughout the years, family and friends would ask if we could make them jewelry because it was so much more affordable and could be made exactly how they wanted,” says founder Alexis Taub. “It wasn't long after we asked ourselves, why don’t we do this for everyone?”
Alexis Jae offers earring, necklaces, bracelets, rings, anklets at prices from $60 - $6,900, available on, https://alexisjae.com/. All of their gems are ethically sourced, all gold is recycled, and a portion of all profits goes toward breast cancer research.
Inspired by her mother, Alexis has been raising money for breast cancer research since she was four years old. Today she continues to contribute to top researchers by donating 25% of Alexis Jae profits to the cause.