Doe Deere Has Now Moved Into The Jewelry Niche

Posted on March 05, 2019

Doe Deere, the entrepreneur who founded Lime Crime decided it was time to look at jewelry and create her own brand in that niche. Her new brand is Poppy Angeloff, which while it doesn’t deal in cosmetics does still deal in creative colors. Her way of describing it was bringing the Victorian style into the modern day, and continuing to give people who embrace being unique a chance to do it through wearing jewelry. There is no lack of the vintage kind of quality in Doe Deere’s new products, though they also are quite affordable compared to some competitors.

The way Doe Deere identifies herself is being a unicorn in part because she’s always loved the mythical creature, and she loves expressing herself through the cosmetics she uses. She was born in Russia and moved to the US when she was 17, and after her first dream of being a professional singer didn’t work out, she began exploring the fashion business. Doe Deere attended a fashion design school and first setup a sales account on eBay under the name Lime Crime. She started doing her own modeling for this, but in doing so she discovered interests in wanting makeup and hair cosmetics of colors that weren’t available in most regular stores. So she began ordering supplies to make her own, and in time her Lime Crime account had become a new makeup brand.

Doe Deere would move to Los Angeles with her husband and officially open Lime Crime’s headquarters there, and the company has done quite well over the last few years. Doe Deere ran it for several years until she decided to sell it, but it was pouring through some old family heirlooms that led her to exploring the jewelry business. Doe Deere is excited about where she could potentially take Poppy Angeloff.

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New Adventures Underway for the Unicorn Queen, Doe Deere

Posted on October 09, 2018

Doe Deere is an example of what the American Dream represents to immigrants. The cosmetic icon and busy entrepreneur moved to the United States from Russia when she turned 17. Over the last two decades, she has used her creative skills in endless ways and has reached the type of financial success that many only wish they could obtain.

Search for Success

Deere was born Xenia Vorotova in Izhevsk, Russia. The teenager arrived in the United States in 1998 along with her sister and mother to improve their lives and live out their dreams. The effort was not easy for the group at first. Poverty, homelessness, and fear almost convinced the family to return to Russia. Assistance from charitable immigrant services helped Deere and her sister receive an education and found a home that kept them out of shelters.

Proof of Talent

Deere did not immediately begin a cosmetics business. Initial ventures included fronting a rock band, the release of a solo album and a popular custom clothing shop through eBay. The development of Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook helped millions to discover her unique visual style and personality. Eventually, she became known as a social media star and her diehard fanbase was more than happy to test out the cosmetics and hair products that made Deere the Unicorn Queen.

Starts New Adventure

An announcement of the sale of Lime Crime to Tengram Capital came as a shock to many of the fans of the brand. Deere and her husband plan to remain as members of the Board of Directors as Deere expands her creative vision further. The latest for the entrepreneur is Poppy Angeloff, a jewelry company that the designer believes will satisfy anyone that seeks something a little unique.

Most exciting for the fans of Deere, and especially for the businesswoman and her husband, is the arrival or their baby girl Lorelei. How motherhood will change the Unicorn Queen remains to be seen. However, at this time there has been no sign of her slowing down.

 

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