“Statement Jewelry That Reveals Your Singularity” is our mantra, but when it comes to our creative process, it's always felt paramount to us to be transparent about where our pieces come from. Our entire production ecosystem, including sourcing, manufacturing, and branding, is focused on mitigating our impact on the environment, supporting and empowering our partners, and giving back to our communities. We know how our materials are sourced and processed, and the working conditions under which they were made.
To create true sustainability in the jewelry industry, we need to be able to trace the impact of our pieces from the origin of the materials to their final destination: you.
Traceability and transparency are essential to avoid unintended negative impacts at all stages of the creation process and we are committed to achieving the highest level of sustainability.
This level of responsibility is the future of modern luxury and we are committed to driving this change in France.
To achieve this, we started by favoring certified suppliers: xxx.
The Responsible Jewelery Council (for example) provides the most comprehensive international framework for compliance and focuses on best practices in health and safety, human rights, fair labor, governance and protection of the environment.
While these guidelines are core to our brand, they cannot always affirm full traceability. With this in mind, we are making significant investments to assess and develop materials traceability frameworks and will continue to work with manufacturers who have the appropriate traceability processes and certifications in place.
True sustainability also means evolving in a way that empowers those around you. Our founders, Barbara & Mahaut, have chosen to donate a portion of our earnings to the Foundation for Stroke Research. The latter is the first to exclusively fund research projects dedicated to this disease. Giving the best French research teams the means to explore all the avenues that will make it possible to save lives means overcoming the fear that strokes are inevitable, but it also means offering patients a better quality of life.
Learn more about our commitment here.