Wild Moon Jewelry Is Environmentally Conscious and Finds Inspiration from Mother Earth
It’s time you know about this very natural organic jewelry line that not only helps our planet, but also educates the community on how to recycle elements and create beautiful pieces of art.
Asia Clarke is the Toronto based jewelry designer who has brought Wild Moon Jewelry to life. Wild Moon “is slowly evolving into a line that is more eco-conscious and respectful of Mother Earth.”
Their 2017 ‘Deep Work/ Download’ collection had the support of the United Nations Association in Canada Green Corps Program because Wild Moon also explores cultural identity and uses a country’s culture as inspiration for their jewelry, as well as natural and industrial aesthetic. They have a goal for the designs to be made out of recycled glass, 100% recycled silver, re-purposed brass, and stones.
The company doesn’t just have online stores and boutiques in Toronto but also have workshops for kids to make jewelry and learn the sustainability and getting customer waste through for the non-profit organization.
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Wild Moon Jewelry is moving forward as a company, by expanding toward the social enterprise that will give them a platform to help other eco-friendly fashion accessory designers, not just locally but nationally. They have started this mission with a women’s entrepreneurship project called Biakoye based in Ghana. Biayoke encourages women in the community to get tested for HIV/AIDS. “Their mission is to use collective action to facilitate economic self-sufficiency and to financially empower women through beaded jewelry and art.”
Wild Moon Jewelry is located at Stockists in Toronto at Untitled&Co and Alternative Thinking, as well in Montreal at General 54. You can also read more about their mission and check out their jewelry here on their website.