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Launched in 2005, the eponymous line is crafted by hand in New York City

Following studies in sculpture and art history, Jennifer Behr went on to create one of fashion’s pioneering luxury hair accessory brands. With early endorsements from Bergdorf Goodman and Henri Bendel, it wasn’t long before she became New York’s foremost atelier, designing elaborate and custom headpieces for celebrities and fashion publications alike. Each style interwoven with a sense of romanticism and ethereal appeal, Jennifer established herself as the premier name in headpieces worldwide. In Spring 2017 she launched her jewelry line—an effortless brand expansion of modern femininity and timeless elegance.

Everything has

a story to tell

The inspiration for Jennifer’s designs has always been the art of sculpting an accessory from the highest quality fabrics and embellishments. Years of experience culminates in the perfect headband shapes offering unparalleled comfort. Our fall collections radiate opulence and evoke a modern interpretation of centuries-old regalia, while spring introduces lighthearted hues with bright gems, feathers and fabrics. Swarovski crystals, pearls and gold leaves are woven into chic necklaces, earrings and bracelets. The earrings have been specially designed to frame the face in the most flattering way, while their extremely light forms move to compliment the wearer.

We firmly believe in safe and sustainable business practices

Our Brooklyn studio is home to a safe community of women, and everyone is paid a fair living wage. Our production team only makes what we need, and no more—at the end of each year our obsolete inventory usually fits in one shoebox. We believe in long life for fashion and want our customers to buy what they love in the hopes they will cherish each design for many years. We actively employ procedures to reduce our carbon footprint, from sourcing all materials locally to packing and shipping orders from our studio where everything is handmade. We do our part to minimize any unnecessary travel at every stage of our production cycle. We use vintage materials wherever possible.

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The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter

08/20

Brie Larson in The Hollywood Reporter photographed by Dana Scruggs in the Andromeda Earrings.

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The Hollywood Reporter

The Hollywood Reporter

08/20
InStyle

InStyle

06/20

Jennifer Aniston on the cover of InStyle photographed by Michael Thompson wearing the Wide Velvet Bow Barrette.

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InStyle

InStyle

06/20
Elle Canada

Elle Canada

05/20

Kylie Jenner in Elle Canada photographed by Scott Trindle wearing a lace mask.

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Elle Canada

Elle Canada

05/20
Allure Magazine

Allure Magazine

04/20

Jihyo of Twice on the cover of Allure Magazine photographed by Jooyoung Ahn wearing the Czarnia Headband.

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Allure Magazine

Allure Magazine

04/20
The Coveteur

The Coveteur

03/20

'I went to school for sculpture and art history, so I had sort of planned to do sculpture or painting,' Behr says. 'I started in school making hats!' Working for a milliner and then for Frédéric Fekkai, she began...

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The Coveteur

The Coveteur

03/20
Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

03/20

Sofia Coppola on the cover of WSJ Magazine photographed by Steven Meisel wearing a Rosette Turban.

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Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

03/20
Haper's Bazaar US

Haper's Bazaar US

01/20

Victoria Beckham on the cover of Harper's Bazaar US photographed by Peter Lindbergh wearing the Voilette with Pearls.

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Haper's Bazaar US

Haper's Bazaar US

01/20
The Times

The Times

12/19

Tracee Ellis Ross in The Times photographed by Kerry Hallihan wearing the Faye Earring.

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The Times

The Times

12/19
Allure

Allure

11/19

Dakota Johnson on the cover of Allure Magazine photographed by Petra Collins wearing the Aveline Chandelier Earrings.

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Allure

Allure

11/19