Me&Ro is at the front of the line when it comes to modern jewelry design! For the past 25 years, Robin Renzi has been creating a style of jewelry to express herself through the art of making jewelry and that couldn’t ring truer. inspiring a movement of personal, handcrafted fine jewelry. Robin Renzi, designer and founder, has been passionate about jewelry since childhood, with early memories of dressing up with her grandmother’s rings. This love blossomed into making jewelry since high school, an art she continued to perfect while studying dance. Performing in avant-garde theaters such as The Kitchen in New York City, and in a number of music videos including Steve Winwood’s award winning Higher Love video. And was inducted into the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) in 2008!
Me&Ro is known for its unique designs, including bohemian chains, stackable rings, whimsical trinket necklaces, and fantastic corded bracelets, whose originality redefines the meaning of personal jewelry. Since its inception, the company’s symbolic multisex amulets have revolutionized the art of layering, embodying the wearer’s personal style.
All our diamonds are conflict free and are in compliance with resolutions set forth by the United Nations (UN) and the Kimberly Process certification scheme, a joint initiative to stop the flow of conflict diamonds worldwide. Me&Ro uses only the finest recycled and ethically sourced materials.
Mammoth or Mastodon Ivory that is 10,000 to 40,000 years old has been used in our fine jewelry designs; however, we no longer sell ivory and fully support the New York State legislation banning the sale and purchase of ivory in New York in order to prevent the trade of illegal elephant ivory.
Me&Ro passionately believes in giving back. Supporting a number of charities by creating custom pieces of jewelry where 100% of the net proceeds are donated. Also showing support by donating to the cause and giving their time to help with their fundraising efforts. These include The Joyful Heart Foundation, BlinkNow, Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), Kageno, NewYork-Presbyterian Sloane Hospital for Women, The Tibet Fund, and The Charlotte and Gwenyth Gray Foundation to Cure Batten Disease among others. To date, Me&Ro has donated over $1 million to charitable organizations.