Jewelry model Vurchoo has launched a brand new ‘Studs of Hope’ assortment of reasonably priced earrings.
Comprising gold, silver and blended metals in addition to ethically sourced gem stones, Studs of Hope brings moral jewelry to the lots for £36.
Every design, which ranges from the colorful ‘Not So Evil Eye’ of Guatemala to the straightforward ‘Lapis Lazuli’ of Honduras and the ‘Golden Clover’ of Uganda, comes mounted on a card reflecting the area clients are supporting.
For each pair bought, Vurchoo provides 10 – 25% of earnings to charities within the UK and abroad, by way of its UK associate registered charity, Train a Man to Fish.
Alex Angel-Benscher, founder and designer, mentioned: “The thought for Studs of Hope was planted while I used to be travelling by means of Cambodia and seeing road youngsters doing what they might to outlive; a few of them promoting no matter they might, together with incredible creations they’d made themselves.
“I needed to discover a method to make use of my ardour for design to assist them. I made a decision to work with faculties in all corners of the globe, figuring out that all of them wanted an additional supply of revenue, and requested the college youngsters to attract no matter meant essentially the most to them.”
He added: “The outcomes have been incredible, from the colors of Africa to the feelings of Asia, each was a mirrored image of the kid’s story and the tradition they have been surrounded by. From these drawings, I created particular person representations and it was from that Studs of Hope was born.”