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Green Is The New Black

Pimp Your Style With Eco-conscious and Ethical Jewellery in Singapore & Hong Kong

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We all love that extra sparkle to jazz up our style. But all that sparkles is not just gold, it can be green as well. Treat yo’self to these eye-catching pieces that not only elevate your style but look after people and the Earth as well.

You can wear these pieces proudly, with full knowledge that you’re doing good. Here are some eco-accessories and ethical jewellery that you can find in Hong Kong and Singapore. What are you waiting for? These pieces are calling your name.



1. Eleven44

Edgy and stylish with a cause

Shop here HK$220-1947 or SGD $38-340 | Find out more here

Besides a desire to provide comfort basics and unique street and athletic wear for daily use, Eleven44 was built with a passion for supporting the eco-textile movement – organic and low impact. Their inspiration ranges from geometry to nature, mysticism and even mathematics. With unique pieces that suit your everyday needs, you will never go out of style with Eleven44.

You’ll find – earrings, rings, plugs, necklaces, cuffs & bracelets.

2. Protesta

Minimalist yet sustainable chic jewellery that never goes out of style

Shop here HK$29-500 or SG$5-87 | Find out more here

Did you know that more than 90% of unwanted recycled aluminum can still be recycled into another brand new product? Ruled by the 4Rs – recover, recreate, recycle and respect – their designs are inspired by nature and going back to nature as they respect environmental resources. Infusing practicality with sleek and timeless design, their minimalist yet sustainable lifestyle assures you classic and long-lasting pieces that are so stylish you’ll pass this on to your future children and your children’s children.

You’ll find – bracelets.




Jewellery that inspires, empower and enlighten people

Shop here HK$490-2500 or SG$85-435 | Find out more here 

FLO JEWELLERY collections are dedicated to working with ethical, family-run businesses assuring quality, fair and sustainable production. Besides that, their jewellery serves to inspire people to improve their well-being physically, mentally and spiritually. Check out their The Impact Collection that is dedicated to supporting good causes with charity jewellery. All the proceeds go to help underprivileged women and children in Hong Kong and other countries in Asia.

You’ll find – necklaces, earrings, rings, bracelets, anklets.




Trash turned to beautiful jewellery through up-cycling 

Shop here HK$20-340 or SG$4-60 | Find out more here

Six Degrees sells unique and individual fair trade and handmade items personally sourced from social enterprises and artisans based in developing countries. With a key focus in social consciousness, the products sourced are also sustainably made with upcycled materials. Six Degrees also supports Missione Possibile Hong Kong, a charity working with and developing two schools and operating a mobile clinic in rural Cambodia. They donate 10% of their annual profit to their work. (Psst, there’s a sale on their website).

You’ll find – necklaces, earrings, bracelets.



5. Eden + Elie

Long-lasting accessories that are timeless in style and material

Shop here HK$580-2800 or SG$100-488 | Find out more here

Eden + Elie is a Singapore-based jewellery brand focused on using hand-weaving techniques to create functional, wearable pieces with a modern contemporary aesthetic. Local and proud, they design jewellery to lasts a lifetime in material and style. They are also transparent about their supply chain and the sourcing of their suppliers, ensuring that they are ethical and fair-trade all the way through. They even have a collection for men’s accessories.

You’ll find – necklaces, earrings, bangles & bracelets.



6. Just Gaya’s

Traditional Asian flavours with a green focus

Shop here HK$140-200 or SG$25-35 | Find out more here

Supporting Asian artisans, Just Gaya curates a distinctive collection and gives access to the regional market. Through their support, they preserve the beauty of the traditional craftsmanship while helping to maintain income to these communities. In their work, they are conscious about the environment, using natural plant-based dyes and handmade weaving techniques. The beauty of these traditional crafts will leave you with pieces that you will never forget.

You’ll find – earrings.



7. Artisan & Fox

An ethical, artisan marketplace that does good and makes you feel good

Shop here HK$173-1672 or SG$30-290 | Find out more here 

With a passion for sustainable development and social causes, Artisan & Fox is the brainchild of two brilliant minds with hearts of gold. A distaste for mass-produced good that are made in poor conditions in sweatshops and factories, they believe in anti-exploitation of workers in unsafe conditions. Hence, they aim to create a marketplace that only works with ethical and responsible artisans, and empower underprivileged artisans in developing countries by connecting them with the mindful global consumer base. After covering costs, as artisan partner receive 50% of profits while the rest are reinvested into social programmes.

You’ll find – necklaces, earrings, rings, bangles & bracelets.




Ethically sourced and handmade home decor, jewellery, and gifts from around Asia

Shop here HK$200-300 or SG$34-52 | Find out more here 

The Spirit Haüs, an online shop based in Hong Kong that seeks out new and interesting home decor, jewelry and gifts from around Asia. Their items are handmade and sourced ethically, where the creators not only get a fair price for their work, their stories are also shared to appreciators of their craft. They also carry items that promote wellness and mindfulness, where beautiful and unique items can bring you joy and improve your life quality.

You’ll find – aromatherapy necklaces and handmade jewellery.




Handmade accessories and bags that do better 

Shop here HK$28-487 or SG$5-85 | Find out more here 

Purnama creates rare and unique lifestyle-products that are bold and edgy for the new, urban you. Locally produced, eco-friendly and socially conscious, each collection has a beautiful and meaningful story. Their Pokhara collection provides local Nepali women with work and education, the Java Collection aims to empower local Indonesian artists and inspire water conversation, and through the Fight For Education Collection 100% of the profit from the sale of their products goes to educate children in Indonesia, Thailand and Nepal. (Psst, there’s a sale on their website).

You’ll find – bracelets, cuffs, and belts (and dog collars, too!).



10. Twin Within

Untraditional accessories made with recycled materials

Shop here HK$416-776 or SG$72-135 | Find out more here

Twin Within doesn’t make jewelry the run-of-the-mill style. They use untraditional, recycled materials, celebrating unexpected outcomes where opposites meet. Made with top quality recycled materials such as recycled german rope, rubber tubes and brass tubes carrying handmade magnetic closings, they produce ethical accessories that are good for the environment and elevates your style. Available online, they ship internationally.

You’ll find – necklaces.


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An environmentalist, avid baker, and a dreamer with a goal to open the world of conscious living and responsible consumerism to Singaporeans and hopefully the rest of the world! She’s currently an undergraduate who’s hungry for an exciting adventure - or mostly just hungry. She hopes that by the time she graduates, she can help herself and her community leave green footsteps on this Earth we call home.

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