Lema J’s Newest Design Keeps Earbuds Untangled in Style

BALTIMORE (September 11, 2014) – Lema J, a high-end collection of handmade Shagreen cuffs, has introduced its newest design, THE TACO – a double-colored lambskin leather holder designed to keep earbuds untangled in style. With a variety of color combinations priced at $25 each, THE TACO is a functional and fashionable accessory that complements an on-the-go lifestyle.

“At Lema J, we understand the desire to look and feel polished,” said Jill Becker, CEO, Lema J. “THE TACO is a tool that helps people stay organized in their busy day-to-day lives, while providing another avenue to express their individual styles.”

THE TACO joins Lema J’s collection of handmade Shagreen cuffs that are handcrafted out of exotic stingray leather, lined with delicate lambskin and finished in a high gloss. Since Lema J’s debut in November of 2013, the collection has grown to offer many variations of style, color, size and design, priced from $60 to $575.

Like other Lema J products, 100 percent of the profits from every sale of THE TACO will be donated to the Karma for Cara Foundation, which was founded by Jill’s daughter Cara while she was undergoing treatment for leukemia. The foundation assists families dealing with a cancer diagnosis, promotes youth engagement in service to others, and recognizes leaders in service nationally.

THE TACO is now available for purchase online on the Shop page of the Lema J website. Orders can also be placed by emailing info@lemajdesign.com or direct-messaging Lema J on Facebook.

About Lema J
Founded by sisters Jenny Benscher and Jill Becker in November of 2013, Lema J is a premiere line of cuffs that are entirely handmade, crafted out of beautifully tanned and dyed stingray leather, lined in colorful lambskin, and finished with daring design. The collection is currently sold at various boutiques, trunk shows and craft shows across the country. One hundred percent of the profits from every sale is donated to the Karma for Cara Foundation, a non-profit founded by Cara Becker, with the help of her family, which supports leukemia patients and their families. To learn more, visit Lema J online at www.lemajdesign.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LemaJDesign or on Twitter and Instagram @LemaJDesign.



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