Alexis Kirk is an American jewelry designer who also designs clothes and fashion accessories.
|Born||December 29, 1936, Los Angeles|
|Died||May 17, 2010, New York City|
|Education||Harvard University, Rhode Island School of Design|
|Known for||Jewelry and fashion accessory design|
|Spouse(s)||Hope Sands (1971-1973, divorced)|
Jewelry designer most known for his intricate designs that featured religious symbolism.
He majored in Art at Harvard University, where he studied under accomplished architect Walter Gropius.
He won the Coty American Fashion Critics' Award in 1970 for his unique contributions to jewelry design.
He divorced wife, Hope Sands, in 1973.
Musician Cher was said to be a huge fan of his jewelry pieces and wore them often.
- American jewelry designers
- Alumni of Harvard Graduate School of Design
- Alumnus of the Rhode Island School of Design
Latest information about Alexis Kirk updated on June 14 2021.