Misahara jewelry by designer Lepa Galeb-Roskopp, citizen of the world ♦ ︎
Her name is Lepa Galeb-Roskopp and she is the founder and designer of the Misahara jewelery brand. But to tell the truth, the passion for jewels is not the only interest that animates it. In addition to a passion for Ferrari, shared with her husband, Lepa especially loves traveling, so much so that (she’s lucky) she has homes in South Africa, Porto Montenegro and Silicon Valley, as well as an apartment in New York. The origin of this international soul derives from the family history: Lepa Galeb-Roskopp has a Serbian father and an American mother, he grew up in the San Francisco Bay area, but spent summers in Europe, Paris, and the former Yugoslavia , where the aunt was diplomatic and the uncle an influential politician.
In addition to travel and design jewelery for her Misahara (which combines the names of her children Mara, Sara and Harrison), Lepa Galeb-Roskopp is also highly regarded in the jet set, along with her husband Rob Roskopp, CEO of Santa Cruz Bicycles. And this, too, perhaps favored the fame of her jewelry. Her style are quite lively, international, although in some cases they maintain a link with what is the history of the designer: the Zora collection, for example, is a Serbian word meaning dawn, as well as Plima word that wants to say tide, or the Adriatic line.