IFBCON CEO Talks: Lulu Frost’s Founder Lisa Salzer
By: Amanda Boyce

LISA SALZER
Follow on Bloglovin
Pinterest

LISA SALZER

 

This year, we thought who better to hand out business advice and insight than today’s leading CEOs and business entrepreneurs like Lisa Salzer, Founder of Lulu Frost. her story of growth, success and leadership is one that resonates with our community so well. Bottom line? Lisa is one to watch (and we can’t help but get a little giddy whenever we see her Lulu Frost collections).

lulu frost jewelryLulu Frost is a jewelry brand founded in New York City in 2004 by designer Lisa Salzer.  The Frost family, led by Lisa’s maternal grandmother Elizabeth Rock Frost, has been involved in the estate jewelry business for generations.  Lisa’s work blends antique, vintage and modern elements to reinvent timeless classics.

 

Lulu Frost is carried by international retailers including Bergdorf Goodman, Net-A-Porter, Barneys Japan, Kirna Zabete, Fred Segal, Harvey Nichols Hong Kong and Liberty, to name a few. Lulu has collaborated with notable designers for their runway presentations such as Alexander Wang, DKNY, Erin Fetherston and Chris Benz.  She has also recently worked with fashion powerhouse J. Crew to create several seasons of the Lulu Frost for J. Crew collection.

 

Throughout it all celebrities such as Olivia Palermo, Taylor Swift, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Michelle Obama have flocked to the Lulu Frost brand for the red carpet and everyday wear.

lulufrost logo

 

Lulu Frost was awarded Best New Accessories Designer at Gen Art’s annual Styles 2005 Competition from over 800 international competitors, and has been named a CFDA Fashion Fund Semi-Finalist in years past.

What can Lisa tell IFB Conference attendees? From starting out on her own and growing her brand, Lisa speaks to the fashion blogger who isn’t afraid to take risks and follow her dreams, whatever they may be.

 

To hear Lisa Salzer speak in person and get the chance to ask her your own questions, snag your IFBCON ticket now.

 

 

What do you think?