From designing jewelry to sewing garments, and even to interior  decorating, Shannon Saint Clair was always passionate about creating art, which  stems from childhood when her mother taught her how to sew at age five.   During her school years, Shannon designed jewelry from seashells she collected on the beach, designed and sewed pendants with beads and doll  faces, and created jewelry with moldable plastic materials, that she  sold at local craft shows with her mom.  She was voted Most Artistic out  of her high school’s senior class and graduated from the University of  Virginia with a Bachelor’s Degree.


From designing jewelry to sewing garments, and even to interior  decorating, Shannon was always passionate about creating art, which  stems from childhood when her mother taught her how to sew at age five.   During her school years, Shannon designed jewelry from seashells she  collected on the beach, designed and sewed pendants with beads and doll  faces, and created jewelry with moldable plastic materials, that she  sold at local craft shows with her mom.  She was voted Most Artistic out  of her high school’s senior class and graduated from the University of  Virginia with a Bachelor’s Degree.


Destined to turn her hobbies into a profession, she opened her first  company in 2003 in St. Louis, where her husband was a Rams player.  She  designed jerseys for other players’ wives to wear at the games because  they wanted jerseys similar to the one she designed by cutting up a pair  of her husband’s workout shorts.  Shannon officially launched her  couture jewelry collection in 2008 with her husband John, who is an 11  year NFL veteran.