Known for creating high-end jewelry for stars like JAY-Z, Rihanna, and Kevin Hart, celebrity jeweler Alex Todd crossed over to the cannabis space after founding Saucey Farms and Extracts in California.
Quality is everything to Todd, who hails from Brooklyn but makes his home in the suburbs of New Jersey suburbs. He recently partnered with rapper Jim Jones to create an exclusive line under the brand CAPO, culled from Jones’ nickname, under the Saucey label.
Jones, from the neighborhood of Harlem in New York City, said he was in the right place at the right time for the partnership. Known in his own right for merchandising clothing for skaters, Jones has now immersed himself into the cannabis brand full-time.
“I smoke the best, so it only made sense that I partner with the best,” Jones said in a press release. They’re looking to change the game of cannabis culture altogether, with a focus on everything from remedy to feeding the muse.
The two have been consuming cannabis for more than 20 years, so putting their passion into practice was a natural transition.
Todd’s stint in designing over-the-top jewelry showcased his own talent in sales and marketing, with a focus on