From Isla

I grew up going to the beach in Rehoboth and East Hampton and I always loved swimming in the ocean (I am an Aquarius and proud) but I never felt a strong need to protect it or that it was vulnerable. To me it felt like quite the opposite. It felt so vast and powerful,…

Why You Want To Wear Belinda Chang Jewellery, Fall 2018

If you could fathom jewelry that looks and feels like poetry, Belinda Chang Jewellery would be like Robert Frost meets Emily Dickinson. Although light, elegant and simple, her pieces have the ability to transport you to a different place and time.  They evoke nature and that delightful feeling when the first fall foliage breaks, or…

Labradorite, Herkimer & Opal – Oh My!

Ethical and sustainable jewelry line Melissa Joy Manning is leading the way in alternative stone sourcing and finding the beauty in nature’s abundance. If you  grew up in a western culture that values material possessions, you might view diamonds as the ultimate form of luxury (maybe even your best friend if you’re lucky enough). Diamond…

Arabel Lebrusan

If there was ever a leader of the sustainable and ethical jewelry movement, it would be Arabel Lebrusan. Before slow fashion emerged as  a trendy term, and before sustainable consumerism became popular amongst millennial shoppers, Lebrusan decided to dedicate her life to the production of quality, elegant, and ethical jewelry. This has been her mission…