Kendra Scott

Fashion Designer

Kendra Scott was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States on March 27th, 1974 and is the Fashion Designer. At the age of 49, Kendra Scott biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
March 27, 1974
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States
Age
49 years old
Zodiac Sign
Aries
Networth
$500 Million
Profession
Chief Executive Officer, Fashion Designer
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Kendra Scott Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
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John Scott ​ ​(m. 2000; div. 2006)​, Matt Davis ​ ​(m. 2014; div. 2020)​
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3
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Kendra Scott Life

Kendra Scott (born March 27, 1974) is an American fashion designer.

She is the chairman, CEO, and lead designer of Kendra Scott, LLC.

In 2017 she was named Ernst & Young's National Entrepreneur of the Year.

Personal life

Kendra Scott, née Baumgartner married John Scott on June 24, 2000. They had two children before divorcing on August 22, 2006. Scott remarried on June 6, 2014, to Matt Davis in Sedona, Arizona. They have one child together. They divorced in September 2020.

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Kendra Scott Career

Early life and career

Kendra Scott was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and she was born in 2007. She and her family moved to Houston, Texas, where she graduated from Klein High School at the age 16. Scott fell in love and "followed a boy" to Texas A&M University, where she stayed for a year before moving to Austin, Texas, to help with her ill stepfather at age 19.

Scott's Hat Box, a casualty that specializes in breathable hats made for women going through chemotherapy, became her first venture. Scott created "comfortable but fashionable" pieces and donated a part of the funds to cancer research.

Scott began making jewelry from home in Austin, Texas, before starting her own business.

Scott established Kendra Scott LLC in 2002, designing her first collection with $500 in the spare bedroom of her house just after her oldest son was born. She walked around Austin, selling to local boutiques, but at the last store, she had to sell all of her samples to buy enough supplies to cover the orders she had made that first day.

Scott's designs were selected in 2005 to help celebrate Oscar de la Renta's spring 2006 runway show. Scott's designs also appeared in Randolph Duke's 2007 runway show.

She nearly had to close her shop due to the financial crisis of 2007-2008, but Nordstrom gave her permission for some of their stores, which allowed her to grow her company.

In 2010, Scott's first grocery store opened on Austin's South Congress Avenue. She began her e-commerce business and introduced the brand's Color Bar experience in the same year.

She opened her second store on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills in 2011, but she had to close it after a few months. While ignoring the fashion elite in New York and Los Angeles, Scott opened shops around the South and Midwest in 2014. She sold a minority interest in her business to Berkshire Partners in June at a value of $1 billion.

Her brand, which is worth more than $1 billion, also includes fashion jewelry, fine jewelry, home accessories, nail lacquer, and beauty products.

Scott had 102 grocery stores at the end of the year. Scott's products are also available in London's Selfridges, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Von Maur, Bloomingdale's, and more than 1,000 specialty boutiques worldwide, in addition to an e-commerce venture. The overwhelming majority of her more than 2,000 workers are women. Scott resigned as CEO in February 2021, but Kendra Scott appointed Tom Nolan as Kendra Scott's CEO, keeping the Executive Chairwoman title.

Scott is interested in Austin, Texas, businesses such as Helm Boots, Darbie Angell dinnerware, and Tiff's Treats.

Scott is a philanthropist with a tradition of assisting women and children's rights. Scott introduced the Kendra Cares program in 2015, which brings the company's personalized Color Bar jewelry experience to pediatric hospitals around the country. In 2017, Scott's company held more than 10,000 Kendra Gives Back in her stores. She gave the money to local charities and also donated more than 75,000 pieces of jewelry.

Scott contributed $1 million to The University of Texas to establish the Kendra Scott Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute in 2019. Since 2010, her company's program has given away $30 million.

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Bama Rush goes bananas! After being flooded with bids from 17 Panhellenic sororities on campus, more than 2,000 University of Alabama students are rushing to their new homes in Tuscaloosa

www.dailymail.co.uk, August 21, 2023
As 'Bama Rush' 2023 came to a close, more than 2,300 University of Alabama freshmen marched to their new sorority houses on the school's campus on Sunday morning. Students at Bryant-Denny Stadium's sorority recruitment process, which has a cult following and a virtual sensation, culminated in students running to sorority row. Images and videos obtained by DailyMail.com chronicle the moments when excited women obtained their bids from one of the University of Alabama's 24 sororities. More than half of the student body is interested in Greek life, with recruitment being a big deal on the historic school's campus.

Gang of brazen thieves strip San Diego Nordstrom store of $140,000 in designer handbags 

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 31, 2022
A group of brazen thieves hit a San Diego, California, Nordstrom and got away with $140,000 in merchandise and designer handbags during a recent burglary, police said. The incident happened at the Westfield UTC in University City, a small area north of downtown San Diego. Video of the incident shows seven to nine suspects wasting no time, grabbing dozens of bags, and getting away in less than sixty seconds. Police in San Diego say that the matter remains under investigation and that no suspects have been identified at this time. They do believe that the group may have traveled from Los Angeles, however, to pull off the theft.

Bride's best friend is slammed for bachelorette pregnancy announcement

www.dailymail.co.uk, October 3, 2022
Katie Jo Germany, 24, from Omaha, Nebraska, went viral this month when she shared a TikTok video of her pal Claire surprising her with the happy news. Claire spilled the beans when they were on the beach filming a playful video in which they each approached the camera and said where their outfits were from. The mom-to-be, who was the second to last to go, listed her dress as Zara, her necklace from Kendra Scott, 'and baby bump from Riley' - her husband. Claire placed her hand on her stomach and looked back at a confused Katie Jo before confirming that she is two months pregnant. The moment between the two friends has divided viewers, with some insisting it was a sweet surprise and others claiming Claire stole Katie Jo's spotlight. However, the bride-to-be has made it clear that she was thrilled by the announcement and filmed a follow-up video hitting back at her friend's critics.