The Icon
Behind The Brand

Recognised as one of Australia’s leading female jewellery designers, Jan Logan is the icon and matriarch of the Jan Logan jewellery house. With a name that is synonymous with quality, glamour and cutting-edge design, Jan is known globally for her unerring eye for the finest quality precious and semi precious gemstones and lustrous South Sea Pearls.

Continuously inspired by a love of Estruscan revival jewellery and the fine detail and simplicity of the Art Deco period, Jan Logan’s jewellery designs blend classic and modern textural elements and finishes that are simple yet elegant, made for a bold and dynamic woman who wears jewellery as a daily accessory.

Growing up in Narrabri in northern New South Wales, Jan Logan began her career designing jewellery in partnership with a local Jeweller. From there, Jan began exhibiting her designs throughout New South Sales and Sydney where she was recognised for her individual yet timeless creations. In 1989 the first Jan Logan flagship boutique opened its doors in Double Bay in Sydney where Jan’s success continued to flourish.

From there, Jan’s son Angus Logan joined the family business in 1999 and has gone on to further expand the brand and open boutiques in Brisbane and Melbourne. Angus has continued to build upon long standing brand partnerships across the fashion, film and arts industries, which is reflected in the Jan Logan Ambassador program that recognises emerging Australian talent, resulting in the appointment of a new face annually to each Jan Logan Collection.

The Jan Logan brand is proudly a family company, with Angus leading the business as it grows into a dynamic enterprise whilst retaining the intimacy, integrity and heritage of a family owned brand to continue the Jan Logan legacy.

Today, Jan Logan herself is an active member of the arts community, residing on the board of the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Australian Ballet, with her vision constantly being a source of inspiration for all of the brands collections and pieces.