We’re nearing 50 shops in our ethical shopping directory–don’t forget to check out our latest members–which is so empowering, but it also means there’s so much to keep up with and share. Our shops are doing so many great things and proving that not only is it possible to curate an ethical wardrobe and home, but to make a huge impact on communities along the way. It’s been awhile since we caught up with Tuli, who brings handmade beaded jewelry by Ugandan women to a global market through their online shop. Their recycled paper bead pieces have been a longtime fave over here (they make such good statement pieces, and you would never know they were made with paper, it’s amazing), and it looks like the handmade brass jewelry collection will be a go-to for anyone that loves their jewelry a bit more minimal and dainty.
The Kenya collection features recycled brass jewelry, handmade in Nairobi. This collection, which has been in the works for the last nine months, features rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets with a modern, minimal, and slightly boho design. After seeing photos they shared on Insta, we teamed up with Tuli to show you a few more looks: