Just because jewelry is eco-friendly doesn’t mean it has to be boring, and e-boutique ICU in Paris is proof. ICU in Paris seeks to not only provide top-quality service to customers, but to find and support independent designers from all over the world. The team handpicks each designer and showcases their work with care to ensure only the best. This time, they set their sights on eco-friendly jewelry designers that understand the importance of utilizing found objects and recyclable materials. Freshly launched at ICU in Paris, brands EA Burns and Lamia Benalycherif are giving eco-friendly jewelry a new cool reputation.
London-based designer Lizzie Burns founded her jewelry line EA Burns in 2010. Burns creates her hand-made collection from recycled genuine leather that is sourced from a factory in the United Kingdom. Currently available on ICU in Paris, she offers various large triangle pendants crafted from leather in an array of colors. Burns strives to be what she calls the holy trinity of fashion: affordable, cool and sustainable. The brand achieves that with understated pieces starting at about $30.
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Lamia Benalycherif is a Paris-based designer that finds inspiration from her travels in Brazil, Morocco, Tunisia and Senegal. During her travels, she collects uncommon objects to cast, mold and reproduce in her seasonal collections. Each unique piece offers a story that captures Benalycherif’s memories through materials found along her journey. This season, she offers vibrant bold colors of neon mixed with fringe or beaded textures. Benalycherif’s collection starts at $60.
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