About MoonRox

Designer Bio


Monique Chan studied Visual Arts at the University of Western Ontario and Fashion Design at Parsons School of Design. Using skills honed throughout a life of crafting and creating, Monique launched MoonRox in 1999. MoonRox is based in Toronto and seeks to provide unique and high quality hand-crafted jewellery to women of all ages. Designs range from simple and bold to dazzling and intricate. The collection includes necklaces, bracelets, earrings, hair accessories, rings and a variety of other items.  MoonRox pieces have been featured in several publications including The Globe and Mail, Chatelaine, InStyle, Redbook and Seventeen Magazines. Over the years, MoonRox designs have evolved with two new collections introduced each year. The designs continue to be fashion forward with a signature dash of colourful and whimsical flair. Each and every piece is conceived and created by Monique in her downtown Toronto studio. For daily updates on life and work, kindly follow along on Instagram.



Materials & Care


Common materials used in MoonRox pieces include both new and vintage glass, lucite, wood and semi-precious beads. These are incorporated with a mix of metals such as brass and steel, as well as gold and silver plated copper as well as textiles and cord. The vast majority of pieces and all ear wires are nickel free. To keep your MoonRox pieces in excellent condition, simply store each piece separately in a press and seal bag to keep from collecting dust and oxidizing.



Privacy Policy


Some information is required for shipping and billing purposes but MoonRox will never sell, give away, or share customer lists or information. Upon placing an order, your contact information will be kept for our Mailing List. In this case, or should you elect to join the MoonRox Mailing List, we will use your contact information solely for that purpose. MoonRox does not and will not disclose any personal information to any third parties, except as required by law.  



Images


All lookbook images are photographed by Joseph Saraceno. All other images are photographed by Monique V. Chan. All images are copyright. Please do not use any content of this website without prior permission. Thank you.