Hailing from the beautiful twin island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. Cavesha Rampersad came to New York City with the hopes of fulfilling her dream of working in the fashion industry. She is a graduate of Berkeley College with a Degree in Fashion Merchandising and Management, and have worked in the fashion industry as a designer and production manager for over 10 years. 

Cavesha founded Mii Sassy out of her love of art, history and fashion. Cavesha believes that we are art in motion and fashion is an expression of one's self. We are all unique, and it's our uniqueness that compliments each other and in extension our environment and the world that we live in. However, our uniqueness is somehow being stifled by this said world, whether its pop culture, social media, celebrities etc. This is why she created Mii Sassy, Mii Sassy is geared to bringing out or highlighting the uniqueness that lies within us all. Being unique is beautiful. 

Mii Sassy have been featured in Vanity Fair UK and Glamour UK. A small but growing brand that is making a name for itself here in the USA and Internationally.

Mii Sassy creates fine hand- crafted jewelry that is catered to the individual. Whether your artsy, fashion forward, trendy or simple, you will find a piece that meets your needs. 


ECLECTIC & BOLD- Statement jewelry complimenting attire of all tastes, colors and styles 

INSPIRED BY NATURE AND THE BEAUTY OF OUR SURROUNDINGS-  Natural and man-made components including but not limited to semi-precious stones, beads, glass and fabric

HIGH CRAFTSMANSHIP-  Finely and masterfully hand-made
UNIQUE- No two pieces are identical in that there are nuances to each piece, making them individual just as no two persons are alike by accentuating the uniqueness and beauty that lies within us all. Each handmade piece is infused with my rich Indian and Trinidadian culture, love, and represents the uniqueness that lies within us all. Every handmade piece is unique in its own, just as each and every one of us have been made: beautifully, wonderfully, and distinct from each other, yet none upstaging the other, for they are all in possession of their own flavor and beauty.