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French Pastry Chef, Natasha Goellner (Etherton) has designed a line of children's and adult jewelry inspired by her daughter, Edelweiss, and their favorite things, desserts, fashion, and her cat, Feather.

 Every morning, Edelweiss would go through her moms jewelry box choosing  accessories for her outfit. They started making jewelry together in their art studio, and of course there had to be a cat and something sweet on almost every necklace. Now Edelweiss can go shopping in her petit boutique closet everyday, and choose her JOTD


Natasha graduated from the French Culinary Institute (International Culinary Center) while living in SOHO in NYC, after attending the Kansas City Art Institute and the University of Kansas. She is the executive pastry chef at her brothers', James Beard nominated restaurant, The Antler Room KC, where you'll  also find some of her artwork.  She and her mother, Vicki owned two other businesses, Natasha's Mulberry & Mott , and Cirque du Sucré. Their pastries and desserts have been sold in the Williams Sonoma and Dean & Deluca catalogues, and her ice cream can be found in restaurants around Kansas City. Their French Macarons were the #1 selling item at the Kansas City Dean and Deluca.

In order to have more creative time with her children, Edelweiss and Shai, she closed her award winning French pastry shop, Natasha's Mulberry & Mott , and it is transitioning into an on-line lifestyle brand, which will focus on entertaining essentials as well as her iconic confections.

Three generations of strong creative women.

Natasha and 4yr old Edelweiss are also creating artwork together, you can find it on instagram @natashaandedelweiss