Stephanie Windsor has stories to share. From one-of-a-kind gems to handcrafted marvels, her carefully curated collection of treasures carries the weight of history. Museum-quality masterpieces transcend mere adornment. Passed down through generations, her jewelry and watches showcase true artistry, inviting the wearer to become part of a timeless story.
Stephanie’s own journey began over 40 years ago working with the legendary Norma Kamali during the pinnacle of her 1980s success. A transition to co-chair of Design Marketing at Parsons School of Design in the 1990s and the subsequent launch of Stephanie’s luxury showroom mark pivotal moments in her career. Ever the storyteller, Stephanie moved into film production, earning her accolades, including the acclaimed "Halston" in 2019, and producing content for Hermès. Until its recent closure, Stephanie Windsor curated all the fine antique, vintage jewelry, and pre-owned luxury timepieces for Barneys.
Stephanie’s eye for curation compliments her meticulous attention to the origin stories of each piece she procures. Whether your desire is a rare find from the Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Retro, or contemporary periods, Stephanie Windsor is the authority. Her ability to trace the journey of a Patek Phillipe watch or a Georgian rivière is what excites her and has made Stephanie Windsor a true tastemaker in her field.
Stephanie Windsor invites you to explore the rich narrative woven into her curated collection of vintage and antique jewelry and fine timepieces. This is more than an opportunity to wear history; it's a chance to write your own story, one exquisite piece at a time.
Stephanie Windsor is a brand name and was created by the use of my first name Stephanie and my husband's middle name Windsor.
Stephanie is a lifelong animal rescue and animal welfare advocate.
A percent of revenue is donated annually to a diverse and expanding group of causes that are dear to Stephanie’s heart. Current groups that Stephanie Windsor supports are: