Jacqueline Rabun says she moved her jewelry business to California for more than just sunshine.
LOS ANGELES — In the mid-1980s, Jacqueline Rabun was in her early 20s and studying fashion design in Los Angeles when she wandered into a contemporary jewelry gallery on Sunset Boulevard. The visit changed her life.
“It was a beautiful shop called M Gallery,” Ms. Rabun, now 60, recalled recently. “The person who owned it, Michael Dawkins, was a very chic man with exceptional taste. I’d never seen jewelry like that, and I’d never seen it displayed in such a way. I was completely blown away.”
Ms. Rabun asked Mr. Dawkins if she could work for him
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