Posts Tagged: jewelry

Tanvi Kant

Tanvi Kant is an award wining textile artist, producing a hand constructed jewelry collection from upcycling sari silks and textile remnants.

Featured Item – Andy Lifschutz

The stunning Gaia ring hand crafted by artisanal jewelry designer Andy Lifschutz, is inspired by the incredible shape and symmetry of an original quartz cluster, and realized in 100% recycled silver.

Featured Video – Purple Buddha Project

Purple Buddha Project upcycles the remains of weapons of conflict to fashion a jewelry collection made by artisans in Cambodia.


BohoLani is an online boutique that specializes in fairly traded bohemian chic clothing and accessories.


Spanish wearable artist Remedios Vincent creates a collection of upcycled designs sourced from antique shops and flea markets.


Soko is an online store that connects online consumers to global makers and handcrafted jewelry from the developing world.

Featured Video – Soko

Soko is an online store that connects consumers to global makers and handcrafted jewelry form the developing world.

Pola Thomson

New York based, Chilean designer Pola Thomson produces a womenswear and accessories collection with a Zen minimalist sophistication, juxtapositioned with unexpected volume and shape.

Mona Mohanna

The Mona Mohanna collection encompasses a wide range of Caftans, robes, jackets and coats, richly embellished with traditionally inspired embroideries, woven from Pakistani linen, silk and cotton, and produced in a dizzying array of colours.

Raven + Lily

Raven + Lilly was conceived with a mission to empower women through design partnerships and sustainable economic opportunities.

Featured Video – Falling Whistles

The whistle, as a symbol of protest, comes from a story of children too small to carry guns, sent to the front lines by rebel groups in the Congo, armed only with a whistle.

Commentary and Critique – Jewelry From War

Jewelry from War; shrapnel necklaces, cufflinks from weapons, bags from bombs and whistles for peace, a wide range of jewelry and accessories exist, made from weapons of destruction, as a means to draw attention to atrocities around the globe, and to promote peace.

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