MEET THE DESIGNER
For more than 16 years, Bobbie Van Der Vlugt has been changing the way her muses feel about jewelry. She has defined a significant role in the fashion community by her ability to collect multicultural beads and sync alongside a stone’s healing and spiritual energy for her jewelry label Musa. The Miami native takes her inspiration from her travels to create one-of-a kind pieces. Each style is crafted, using stones that are hand selected to create a unique and collectible design with spiritual energy.
Bobbie’s loyal collectors, “muses,” say "They help clear, ground, and align our auric field and this can be tremendously beneficial to our mind, body, and spirit. ". Many of the pieces are limited edition as Bobbie only designs a few of these stunning strands often grouping them in families of the same colors or gemstones, hence the tendency to collect them!
Her designs have caught the attention of A-list celebrities, iconic members of the fashion world, rock stars, and royalty like Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, Lenny Kravitz, Pharrell, Wyclef Jean, Sandra bullock, Hilary Swank, Cameron Diaz, Elle Macpherson and fashion families such as Givenchy, Von Furstenberg and Roitfeld. Uma Thurman also happens to be a loyal client of Bobbie, as she also believes in the energy of the stones.
All that Glitters:
Wanna feel inspired, protected and adorned? Deco found a SoFlo designer whose jewelry is all about that and more. It’s called Musa, and it’s so hot, celebs keep coming back for more.
Meet Bobbie Van Der Vlugt
We had the good fortune of connecting with Bobbie Van der Vlugt and we’ve shared our conversation.
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