Ethically made by women at the Hope Jewellery fair trade project in Peru, this wide, spiral-shaped bangle is striking, chic and bold. The geometric brass shape is hand-cut and polished using traditional techniques, and will sit just as well singly with a cutting-edge outfit as layered with other pieces for a more eclectic look.
Bang on trend, these big, resin earrings add bold intent to your look. This marbled, multi-coloured pair combine 60s silhouettes with modern, environmentally sourced resin. Equally at home with a swimsuit, shirt and jeans or bodycon dress, let these statement pieces do your style legwork. Former graphic designer Kayleigh Carter is behind A Weathered Penny, working out of north London.
Resin, gold plated alloy ear posts
2cm x 6cm
Made by the women of the Flowering Desert Project in Tamil Nadu, India – employment that’s fairly paid, and with training – these star-shaped earrings add a subtle edge of drama to your look. Star prints are flying off the racks, and this is a great way to nod to the trend. Handmade from brass sheet and planished using a hammer, these textured earrings will shine at night and add personality during the day.
Make a bold-yet-delicate statement with these hoop earrings strung with aqua-coloured glass beads. Shlomit Ofir’s love of clean lines and a subtle colourway are brought together in the most elegant fashion. These fine brass rings plated in gold are threaded with tiny, faceted gems that catch and reflect the light in the most flattering way. The pale green colour is reminiscent of beach glass – let this pair of circular-shaped earrings transport you to a sandy shore. Manufactured by women in Tel Aviv.
24K gold plated brass