Agmes Partners With Moms for Moms – WWD

Sisters Morgan and Jaclyn Solomon, who launched their Agmes line in 2016 as a tribute to their late friend, believe that jewels is the ultimate symbol of affection.

By crafting their pieces in New York from recyclable materials, the sisters commit to doing right to the environment and their community. Recently, the Solomons teamed up with Moms for Moms, a non-profit organization providing for single mothers in need with postpartum recovery kit and newborn care package, which includes essentials like diapers, babies clothing and feminine hygiene products. Over the next six months, $3 from all online sales at Agmes will be carried over to this initiative.

Agmes Partners With Moms for Moms

Morgan and Jaclyn Solomon
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Moms for Moms was a close cause for the Solomons as Jaclyn had just given birth to her first child. Motherhood “is arguably the most rewarding challenge today. It requires a huge amount of support,” Morgan said.

While the sisters have been involved in philanthropic activities once since the inception of Agmes, it wasn’t until the COVID-19 pandemic hit that they felt the call to make them a part. indispensable in its mission.

“We think about all the lives that have been impacted and how we can do more,” she said. “As we continue to grow, we can make an even bigger difference.”

With sculptural silhouettes and surreal textures (see Man-Ray-inspired hand pendants), there’s plenty of up-and-coming heirlooms to choose from. Prices for their products range from $120 to $1,450 and can be found on e-commerce site Agmes and retail partners.

Lee Mini Pendant
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Luca’s earrings
Courtesy of AGMES

Agmes Partners With Moms for Moms

Medium Astrid cuff
Courtesy of AGMES

Agmes Partners With Moms for Moms

Courtesy of AGMES Agmes Partners With Moms for Moms – WWD


DevanCole is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. DevanCole joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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