After almost three years in business, sisters Phoebe and Annette Stephens from Anndra Neen are published in the top fashion magazines, and their garments are worn by A-listers and sold around the world and online on sites like Moda Operandi and Yoox.
Anndra Neen's jewelry and small handbags are made from combinations of metal, copper and silver. The Mexican sisters, with backgrounds in fashion (Phoebe) and theater (Annette), take inspiration from the eclectic style of their grandmother, Annette Nncarrow - a painter, sculptor and jewelry designer with clients like Frida Khalo and Peggy Guggenheim.
Anndra Neen's pieces are reinterpretations of antique European jewelry and Egyptian symbols, with Japanese and Bauhaus details. Their unique creations are handmade in their Mexican studio. Their exaggerated bracelets and heavy necklaces are ideal for fashion editorials and people with daring styles.
Their themed collections include the Reef, Islands and Shells, and Cage lines, featuring some of their most popular handbags. Their jewelry are like miniature sculptures to decorate the body.