Kim Lee Ozawa

Handmade Jewelry Designer


Kim Lee Ozawa

Being the daughter of a well-known painter, Yung-Kuei (Sam) Lee, Kim learned to appreciate art at a very early age. She received her Bachelor's degree in Fashion, then continued her education and received her Master's degree in International Business. For many years, Kim enjoyed making jewelry as a hobby. Combining her artistic and design background with her business skills, Kim turned her hobby into a thriving business. Her handmade jewelry has been purchased by customers from all over the world (4 continents, 26 countries and counting), has been featured in Huffington Post and several issues of Lucky Magazine, Fashion Credited in, and has been spotted on over 75 actresses in prime time TV shows and films over 510 times. TV show and Films (past and present) include "Desperate Housewives", "Cougar Town", "Grey's Anatomy", "90210", "Happy Endings", "Revenge", "Scandal", "The Crazy Ones", "Entourage - The Movie", "Ride Along 2 Movie", "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.", "Jane The Virgin", "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend", "Transparent", "Mom", "Middle School Movie", "Hail Mary", "White Famous", "How To Get Away With Murder", "Riverdale", "Dynasty", "The Resident", "Hell Fest Movie", "All American", "Hawaii Five-0", "Shaft Movie", "For The People", "Lovestruck", "The Purge", "Black Box", "Evil Eye", "Magnum P.I.", "Harvest Moon", "Found".

Kim’s jewelry has been described by her customers as “gorgeous”, “beautiful”, “stunning”, and “breathtaking”. Her designs range from chic classic styles to original creative designs you won’t find anywhere else.

“My designs have been called "go-to" jewelry because they're versatile, comfortable, ageless, and timeless. That's the kind of jewelry I like to wear.” - Kim Lee Ozawa

In addition to creating beautiful, quality jewelry, Kim believes in giving back. With your help, she was able to donate a portion of her proceeds from the 2001 Santa Clara Art and Wine Festival to the N.Y. Firefighters 9-11 Disaster Relief Fund. Kim also donated jewelry to BD&A 2007 and 2008 Spring Fling, where all of the proceeds benefit the Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research. Personal donations have also been given to Stand Up To Cancer in memory of her father. In 2020, Kim donated to the IATSE Face Mask Initiative, who makes and donates PPE face masks to help protect essential workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. Kim also donated to Campaign Zero, a comprehensive platform of research-based policy solutions to end police violence in America.

With your help, Kim will continue to make cancer awareness jewelry and donate 100% of the net proceeds to the Stanford Comprehensive Cancer Center at the end of every year. Her yearly contributions will go directly towards cancer research, education, and new treatments for all different types of cancer. 100% of the net proceeds from Kim's sterling silver safety pin necklace will also be donated yearly to The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which is a nonpartisan, non-profit organization.