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Chavin Couture design jewellery to help Peruvian families, whilst Pembe Club's entire ethos is based around the preservation of Africa’s elephants. Discover the most inspirational designers changing the world one jewel at a time.
Ethical jewellery brand, Chavin Couture, create distinctly feminine jewellery which fuses the mythology and craftsmanship of Peruvian culture with elegant and modern interpretations. Their collection is skilfully handcrafted in Peru by a manufacturer committed to the strictest ethical policies, and where 60% of employees are women. The British brand works closely with the charity SOS Children, to support its family strengthening programme in the community centre ‘Luz y Vida’ in Peru, reinvesting into Peruvian families and the culture that has inspired their ethical jewellery collection. Chavin recognise that mining operations have a detrimental impact on the environment but don’t believe it’s reasonable to boycott mining altogether; instead they source their materials from companies with environmental certifications and proven respect of human right.
Pembe Club design jewellery to make a difference. Growing up in Tanzania, founder Yasmine Haji remembers seeing herds of elephants on safari and was shocked when she returned and failed to see a single elephant. Instead of scribbling out a cheque, Yasmine created something much more enduring and personal; an ethical jewellery collection that replicates the magnificent forms of elephant tusks, tooth and horn, in the hope that by replicating these shapes, they are also slowly replacing them. Their collection is handcrafted from natural, sustainable elements such as wild seeds, recycled glass and handmade wooden beads, all of which have been collected, found or foraged. We hope that every piece of Pembe Club jewellery sold will carry this message around the world, in the hope of creating a community that no longer desires for such cruel adornment.
Harriet Bedford initially discovered her passion for jewellery design after an illness which caused temporary blindness. The incredibly curious designer creates eye-catching silhouette jewellery by sketching the design by hand with as few strokes as possible, before recreating them in silver. Her Defiance Lion and Lioness collection was created in aid of the Born Free Foundation, and as a great believer in the fair and cruelty free treatment of all animals, Harriet donates a percentage of each sale to the animal welfare and conservation charity.
New York City, USA
Launched in 2009, NYC-based Sandy Leong creates modern and minimalist designs with a conscience. The fully sustainable fine jewellery designer ensures her jewellery is handcrafted locally in New York City using 18kt recycled gold, ethically sourced gemstones and conflict free diamonds. As a proud partner of the Voss Foundation, Sandy donates a percentage of sales from her Rain and Ziya collections towards their ongoing efforts to support community-driven development in Sub-Saharan Africa. She is also a member of the No Dirty Gold Campaign, an initiative that encourages environmental and social responsibility for gold mining operations.
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