Jewellery

  • Amado Gudek: Ethical Jewellery From the Heart of Singapore

    By Kate | Women

    The tagline for Amado Gudek is ‘imaginative jewellery cast in a clear conscience’. Brilliant. Like a lot of things we buy these days, jewellery purchases need to be examined for issues within the supply chain (child labor and conflict are rife)....


  • SOKO: Using Technology to Connect to Ethical Handcrafted Jewelry

    By Staff | Women

    Paying by mobile phone is easier in Kenya then anywhere else in the world.  According to the Economist, over 17m Kenyans use it, equivalent to more than two-thirds of the adult population; and around 25% of the country’s gross national product flo...


  • Mikuti: Handmade in Kenya, Loved Around the World

    By Staff | Women

    Inspired by the stunning landscapes of the Swahili Coast and fueled by a desire to explore the world and the possibilities that lie within, Erika Freund spent four years traveling throughout Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and Rwanda before launchi...


  • Focus Finland: Poola Kataryna, where odd means beauty

    By Melissa | Women

    Not one for trends or high fashion, Helsinki based designer Paula Kasurinen sees clothing more for personal style and as a way of expressing one's self. In her closet you will find a combination of fleamarket finds and her own Poola Kataryna items,...


  • Shinji Nakaba - wearable sculptures from found items

    By Aya | Women

    Shinji Nakaba, is a jewelry designer in Tokyo who, despite his history of creating since 1974, brings us a fresh and delightful surprise with his artistic creations. The materials he chooses to use make his work unique and memorable.  He uses not on...


  • Amanda reviews: Sprout Watches

    By Amanda | Women

    I feel like everyone is on a watch kick lately. Now I can take part in the trend, thanks to my new Sprout watch. However unlike most watches out there, mine is eco-friendly! I am excited to review my new watch for Magnifeco. Although no one would...


  • Fresh sculptural jewellery from crea-tiff bijoux

    By Kate | Women

    Every piece from crea-tiff bijoux is made by hand in Geneva. Founded by a scientist who loves creativity: whose research was published in Nature but who secretly wished it was featured in Vogue, Tiffany Rowe has a passion for art, fashion and biology...


  • Add to your neck party with these ethical picks

    By Staff | Women

    This Tazo necklace, designed and hand-made in Columbia, consists of an ultra thin stainless steel wire that wraps around your neck and holds a group of elongated tagua chips cut like fragments with some visible skin. 100% ethically handmade, this n...


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