Are you generally interested in makeup products as well as fine jewelry? Have you ever heard of a woman by the name of Doe Deere? Doe Deere is a name that has grown substantially over a span of 10 years. She made her professional debut back in 2008. This debut consisted of her very own cosmetics line. Lime Crime was its name and offering vividly bold colors was its game. This particular company reached all-star status fairly quickly. Deere used her brilliance to carve out a niche that was once void of direction. “I’ve always had a thing for bright and bold colors,” said Deere. Lime Crime would go on to become a cult-favorite as it sold various forms of lip stick, foundation, hair dye, glitter, eyeliner and other makeup products. On top of that, Deere’s brand was 100 percent against animal cruelty.
Fast-forward to today and Doe Deere has now come out with a phenomenal jewelry collection. This jewelry collection is inspired by the Victorian era. Poppy Angeloff has her full-attention these days as Deere has sold her share of Lime Crime equity to start to a new business venture. Doe Deere moved to New York City with her mother and baby sister. “My mother was an accomplished accountant back in Russia, but she struggled to find work in America,” said Deere. Deere’s mother would clean apartments to earn income. Her sister would also watch the neighbor’s cats for extra cash. The family would get a break from the harshness of reality, and this break would come in the form of a woman.
Dorchen Leidholdt, a lawyer and feminist, would help the family get on their feet by opening a few doors. Dorchen played an enormous role in helping Doe Deere transition into the woman that you see today.