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Jane Pang is the Founder and Designer of Olivia Le, a fashion jewelry collection based in New York. Introduced in 2020, Olivia Le is a treasure trove of handmade pieces designed from global travel inspiration and journey to motherhood.

Born and raised in New York, Jane attended the Fashion Institute of Technology and had a successful career in the fashion industry for over 15 years. During these years, Jane discovered her passion for both jewelry design and travel. Never did she imagine both worlds would one day create a jewelry collection. Jane made the decision to take a hiatus from her career to focus on her health and family. While on her journey to determine her next step, she embarked on a trip to Croatia where she was deeply inspired. Jane was especially taken by the essence of the small batch artisans and their beautifully handmade jewelry. This trip solely sparked her next journey- cultivating a unique jewelry line for the modern woman who revel in their inner adventurer.

Olivia Le is chic yet fun, and is designed to fit any woman’s lifestyle. The collection evokes the belief that each piece possesses sentimental value, transforming colorful semi-precious stones into instantly wearable, timeless designs. Each piece can be worn separately or layered together to complete the perfect day or night look. Olivia Le not only offers sparkle to everyone’s journey we also donate a portion of our proceeds to Feeding America’s Hungry Children. With a strong belief that no child should grow up hungry, our brand is dedicated to help end child hunger. 

Jane lives in New York with her husband and daughter Olivia along with their miniature golden doodle, Abby. All jewelry is designed and handcrafted with love in New York.

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