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Lisa Lele Sadoughi is an American accessories designer based in New York City. She is the founder and designer of accessories brand.
Originally from Dallas, Lele studied at The University of Texas at Austin and Central St. Martins in London. Following graduation, Lele moved to New York where she worked for Rebecca Taylor and Ippolita. She was then recruited to create and launch J.Crew's jewelry division and joined in 2006 and served as the brand's first Jewelry Design Director. She then worked at Tory Burch where she also held the position of Jewelry Design Director.
Lele launched her namesake jewelry collection, Lele Sadoughi in 2012. In 2018, Lele launched pearl adorned headbands. In 2019 she introduced eyewear and handbags . In 2020 Lele Sadoughi also started designing and producing belts, hosiery, cold weather accessories, hats, and face masks.
The brand has been featured in top fashion publications and digital media including Vogue, ELLE, Harper's Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, and more. Lele Sadoughi's accessories are favored by many celebrities who have worn Lele's designs. 
- ↑ "Dallas Native Behind Coveted Headbands Comes Home, Talks Rituals, Hall Passes and Secret Skills". Paper City Magazine. Paper City Magazine}.
- ↑ "Lele Sadoughi será jurado de Who's On Next México 2019". Vogue Mexico. Vogue Mexico.
- ↑ "MEET J.CREW ALUM AND JEWELRY DESIGNER LELE SADOUGHI". Daily Front Row. Daily Front Row.
- ↑ "The J.Crew Jewelry Alum, Now Out on Her Own". The Cut. New York Magazine.
- ↑ "HOW LELE SADOUGHI WENT FROM LAUNCHING J.CREW JEWELRY TO DESIGNING INSTAGRAM'S MUST-HAVE HEADBAND". Fashionista. Fashionista.
- ↑ "Chatting With Costume Jewelry Queen Lele Sadoughi". JCK. JCK.
- ↑ "Accessories queen Lele Sadoughi talks face masks and fall trends". ITK. AOL.
- ↑ "Jeweler Lele Sadoughi Wants You To Pile It On". ELLE. Hearst.
- ↑ "Dallas' Lele Sadoughi Is Leading the Headband Revival". D Magazine. D Magazine.
- ↑ "How To Engineer a Media Moment". Business of Fashion. Business of Fashion.
- ↑ "Beauty Chat: Lisa Sadoughi". Chantecaille. Chantecaille.
- ↑ "Cult Accessories' Brand Lele Sadoughi Just Launched Handbags & They're As Good As You Imagined". The Zoe Report. The Zoe Report.
- ↑ "How Designer Lele Sadoughi Turned Fashion Face Masks Into Record Annual Revenue". WWD.
- ↑ "The Princess Of Pearls, Lele Sadoughi, On Making Face Masks Fun And How Accessories Can Change Everything". FORBES. FORBES.
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