Mona Mara

London, United Kingdom London, United Kingdom

The Story

Behind Mona Mara, the designer lifestyle jewellery brand, are the unified skills of London-based creatives Zoe Jones and John J Lindsley. They accorded themselves with a brief to design quality, thought-provoking and beautifully presented jewellery, all whilst remaining accessible to many. Pertaining to a shared vision that a contemporary online store ought to contribute more than product alone, Mona Mara serves as an exemplar for the positively cultured, engaged and creative individual.

Whether chosen as thoughtful gifts or self-affirming charms, each unique piece holds memories and positive assertions which add to an eclectic style and evolving self.Mona Mara, like any other girl, searches to be true to herself. Inspired by so much that surrounds her she often finds herself spending hours exploring the diverse creative offerings of her city, London. Mona Mara is not a follower of trends necessarily, she enjoys collecting trinkets and wearable items along her travels, each holding memories and positive affirmations which add to her eclectic style and evolving self.She is increasingly concerned about social issues, is conscious of her capacity to develop and grow, whilst contributing to the wider scheme of things. As a free-thinker, Mona Mara believes that "wherever there is love there is life." She is encouraged by a positive outlook and has a conviction to bring light to the lives of others.The debut collection, 'We all have a story to tell...' is inspired by Mona Mara’s experiences and the life she leads living in her city, London. Each piece is intricately crafted in high quality 22kt gold plate over brass or sterling silver and comes complete with the Mona Mara brand tag, all delicately hand-packaged from recycled materials. Once opened, accompanying the piece is a memento from Mona Mara.

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Mona Mara is an alter ego of sorts for jewelry designer Zoe Jones. Zoe has been designing jewelry for years – she sold her first pieces along London’s Portobello Road – but Mona Mara marks a new...
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