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On our minds: SeeMe

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by adakallgren on 12 February, 2016

SeeMe is the fair-trade organisation which empowers women that have been victims of violence to live independently through handcrafted jewellery.

On our minds is SeeMe, the jewellery brand which sharp-shaped pieces are made by women who have been victims of violence. As well as providing work and the prospect of an independent life, SeeMe founder (and charity worker turned fair luxury pioneer) Caterina Occhio hopes that her brand will help champion the win-win solution that is producing luxury items in a fair trade manor. The fair trade certified organisation also wants to honour ancient craft techniques from the artisans’ countries of origin which can be seen reflected in the designs. Read more here.

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