Haverhill Leach, Designer
Haverhill Leach, DESIGNER
Haverhill’s DNA is all about creativity. Influenced by four generations in the jewelry business on her father’s side and a successful interior design career of her mother’s, Haverhill knew at an early age that her life would track through art and design.
While studying Fashion Design at Syracuse University and the London College of Fashion, Haverhill spent her summers soaking up any experience she could grab at design houses such as David Yurman, Joseph Abboud and Vivienne Westwood.
After graduating, Haverhill went on to become accessories designer at Kate Spade and later at Mayle. In 2006, Haverhill launched her own line of swimwear that graced the covers and editorial pages of several fashion magazines, including the centerfold of Sports Illustrated magazine, modeled by Olympian Lindsey Vonn. The line was hailed as one of the “Seven essentials for your closet” by Vogue and one of the “LA Essentials” in the Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair.
While on her way to the hospital to have her second child, Haverhill sent off her last shipment of bikinis to happily dedicate the next three years to motherhood. It was only a matter of time until she was to unite her trade, heritage, and love of making women feel beautiful to design her first line of fine jewelry, HAVERHILL.
Haverhill lives with her two children in Rhode Island - the jewelry capital of the world.