Laurel Dewitt is a New York City-based designer and a shining beam of inspiration, coming from humble beginnings creating her pieces from home. Now her work has been featured in numerous editorial articles and in popular music videos as well.
Some of her accolades include Beyonce, adorning one of her captivating crowns in the video for Coldplay’s “Hymn For The Weekend.” Another DeWitt masterpiece drapes the Nicki Minaj wax figure in Las Vegas’ Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. Her breathtaking yet wearable alloy creations have been lauded across the industry. Her celebrity clientele includes Shakira, Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, Cardi B, Amber Rose, will.i.am, Steve Aoki, Lenny Kravitz, Lady Gaga, among others.
After graduating from the Pratt Institute in 2005, she began to develop her brand of metal apparel and accessories. She self-funded her vision by designing handbags for brands like Kenneth Cole Reaction, Juicy Couture, Michael Kors, Calvin Klein. Art Apple NYC founder has had the pleasure of meeting Laurel. One thing about her that stood out is that Laurel continued working towards her goals continuously.
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“Above all, Laurel DeWitt is an artist.”
She proclaims this due to the fact that she is not only making apparel pieces but sculpting and creating. Laurel trademarked her goddess logo after the first crown she created, which was featured at the Smithsonian Institute of African Art. Producing crowns and headdresses is her passion and you will see that if you check out her shop.
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