Inspired by Emma's new earring from Stockholm-based atelier brand M.SAHLBERG, made by hand from recycled sterling silver, we've browsed our favorite jewelers for more modern(ist) pieces; precious finds, made to last.
As with everything else within today’s fashion context, the way we produce jewelry can and must be improved in order for things to move forward, sustainably. The jewelry industry definitely isn’t a perfect one – gold mining being one very dirty business — but at least what comes out of it is treated with more respect than for example clothing. It can fairly easily be recycled, reformed, reused, reworn – endlessly. Precious metals, opposed to most clothes, have an increasing material value (fine jewelry even more so) which makes it an investment that, with the right care, can last forever.
Emma wears Pablo Earrings from M.SAHLBERG and sweater from Filippa K.
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