MPrint

by Team Karmaloop Coupons

Brand History

Mprint is a Canada-based jewelry label established by designer, Em Robertson. Em has always been into fashion even as a child and through herbrand, Em aims to deliver creative, finely crafted accessories in art-driven designs. Fashion and art runs in the Robertson family. Em’s mother is an accomplished fashion buyer and her aunt, a jewelry designer. Growing up, Em has high respect for her mother’s refined taste in fashion and accessories and have always been fascinated by jewelry making, which she saw countless of times through his aunt. Simply put, Em is a born artist who lives for fashion. She left her coastal Maine home and went to Los Angeles to study at the prestigious Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising.

In between studies, she interned with top fashion brands like Macy’s and BEBE. At BEBE, she became a jewelry assistant and this became the foundation for her own brand. By 2011, she flew to Canada where she continued her studies as well as to work alongside renowned Canadian jeweler Hillberg & Berk. By 2012, she created her own accessories line and the rest is history. MPrint jewelry is available in selected retailers. Online, you can get MPrint jewelry at Karmaloop.com. MPrint 300x300 MPrint

Old World Glamour and Heirloom Pieces

Inspired by her love of all things vintage, of old world glamour, opulence and intricate designs, Mprint is a testament of Em’s love for classic pieces, jewelry with designs that are ornate, ostentatious and timeless. Each piece mirrors another time, another place where tradition and craftsmanship reigned.

“I chose Mprint for many reasons, I see myself trying to make my mark or imprint wherever life takes me. I hope my pieces will make a mark on each person who wears them, and signify a special moment or memory in their life.” – Em Robertson

Em wanted every Mprint accessory to be an heirloom piece, something that you can give to your daughters or sons and will look just as fabulous then and now. MPrint jewelry has everything from necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings, all in gorgeous embellishments and classic shapes.

MPrint jewelry at Karmaloop.com

Discover old world glamour and style that exudes absolute fabulousness! Come on over at karmaloop.com and shop for gorgeous vintage accessories by Mprint jewelry. And if you key in our coupon code before you check out, you get instant discount off your purchase!

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