Betsey Johnson's over-the-top, feminine, and whimsical designs aren't just for dresses. Her fun, flirty look can be worn on the wrist with Betsey Johnson rose gold watches. The women's chain link bracelet watch is one of the most popular Betsey Johnson rose gold watches with its mother-of-pearl dial encircled with tiny crystals. The women's heart crystal bracelet watch is a highly romantic selection among Betsey Johnson rose gold watches with a circular design of crystals on a dial surrounded by crystal pavé. The women's owl crystal bracelet watch is a "wise" choice among Betsey Johnson rose gold watches. It features a snazzy owl in the center of the dial with crystal numbering.
Betsey Johnson was born in August of 1942 destined to become an iconic American fashion designer. She grew up in Connecticut. As a young girl, she took many dance classes and developed a love for the glitzy costumes. When she graduated from high school, she landed a summer internship at “Mademoiselle” magazine. Her career began after entering an essay contest for the magazine. She quickly became the in-house designer for Paraphernalia, a Manhattan boutique. Betsey became part of the fashion movements shared by Andy Warhol, Edie Sedgwick, and Lou Reed. She opened Betsey Bunky Nini, a flirty fashion boutique on New York City's Upper East Side.
Betsey took over Alley Cat fashions in 1970, a label popular with the rock musicians of the day. She saw great success, taking home the Coty Award in 1972. After establishing her own fashion line, she opened a retail store in Soho to feature them. She continued enjoying her success and designed a dress for Lisa Loeb to wear in the 1994 music video "Stay (I Missed You)." Betsey was inducted into the Fashion Walk of Fame in 2002.
In September of 2012, Betsey celebrated 40 years in the industry with a retrospective fashion show with none other than Cyndi Lauper performing. What better way to celebrate her flirty, feminine style?