Gogo's distinguished client list includes a range of celebrities and high profile figures notable in music, dance, fashion, sports, news and government.
In addition to designing the wedding rings of John F. Kennedy, Jr. and Carolyn Besette, Gogo created a customized necklace for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
Other political figures who are drawn to Gogo's powerful designs are Bill and Hillary Clinton and their daughter Chelsea, and George W. Bush, his wife Laura and daughter Jenna Bush Hager. Leaders of France, Japan, Italy, the UK, Russia and other countries attending the 30th G8 Summit held in Sea Island, Georgia in 2004 Gogo originals; Vladimir Putin and his wife Lyudmila became immediate fans.
Dancer, choreographer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov is a longtime friend and Gogo Jewelry lover. Well known clients in the music industry include Carly Simon and her son Ben Taylor; recording artist, composer and producer John Forté; singer-songwriters Kate Taylor, John Brannen, Jonathan Edwards and Jimmy Buffett, as well as his sister, chef, restaurateur and author Lucy "Lulu" Buffett.
Award-winning filmmaker Wes Anderson has purchased pieces from Gogo's collection, as have are actresses Isabella Rossellini, Penelope Ann Miller, Chrisitna Haag and Goldie Hawn, and tennis stars Anna Kournikova and Maria Sharapova.
Madison Avenue designer Nicole Miller frequently wears Gogo jewelry, as do her models on the runway and for media events. Miller and Gogo worked together to create a signature scarf for a world-class exhibit of Gogo's jewelry and art at Atlanta's High Museum.
Other Gogo jewelry clients include novelist Tama Janowitz, news anchor Kyra Phillips, therapist and best-selling author Dr. Laura Berman, NPR's Laura Sydell, fine artists John Alexander and Bruce Webber, and business leader Maryam Banikarim.
Novelist William Styron and his wife Rose were among Gogo's first clients, along with columnist Art Buchwald, journalist Mike Wallace and philanthropist Howard Gilman.