Marcia Sherrill is a member of the prestigious Council of Fashion Designers of America, and her designs have been sold internationally at such high-end Department and Specialty Stores as Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bonwit Teller and Barneys. Her new exotic skin collection, SHERRILL LTD., features designs from her 28 years in the industry in exotic leathers including American Alligator, Lizard and Python all with 18Karat gold hardware. The collection, the most expensive in the world, has at its core a "Moral Compass" logo that is an apt symbol for the company which reserves the right to only sell those customers whose philanthropic work is deemed noteworthy. With an alligator bag fetching upwards of $100,000.00 SHERRILL LTD's motto is: "Let Your Moral Compass Be Your Guide."
A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Diane Jenkins has been in the textile/garment industry for over two decades. Originally a sales representative for domestic textile mills, Jenkins owned one of the premier Italian textile agencies for over 10 years. Selling to such illustrious labels as Michael Kors, Nanette Lapore and Jill Stuart, she expanded her offerings to include textiles from emerging markets such as Turkey, China and Korea. Her current textile company, Comir USA, is a style leader recognized by such firms as Calvin Klein, Rebecca Taylor and Charles Nolan. A sustaining member of the New Your Junior League and member of The West Side Tennis Club, Jenkins has long been involved in philanthropic activities, most recently being recognized by the Lighthouse for the Blind at their annual Posh Party.
William Sherrill is COO and can make any bag or belt that you want and if you ask sweetly. William Sherrill is the co-founder with his sister, Marcia Sherrill of Sherrill Designs, LLC, an interior design firm based in Birmingham, Alabama.