Hi! I'm Irina (she/her)
I strive to create a space where one's love for jewelry and their eco-conscious soul can coexist guilt free. By supporting my work, you participate in the slow fashion movement and help an independent artisan grow.
My timeless, minimalist aesthetic lends itself to jewelry that can be styled effortlessly and worn daily like an extension of the body. All designs are intentionally made to order or made in small batches to minimize waste.
Running my own fine jewelry business has been a dream of mine since I was 17 years old, but I took a brief detour to get a degree in microbiology and work in biotech. In 2019, I finally reached my goal of becoming a sustainability-focused fine jewelry designer.
Earth Conscious Materials
My designs feature recycled precious metals, post-consumer reclaimed diamonds and lab-created diamonds.
All of my production materials are purchased from trusted suppliers in the USA.
Additional information can be found in the FAQ section under "Materials & Production".
All designs are made to order or made in small batches. My studio is based in Los Angeles, but I also work with bench jewelers, computer-aided designers (CAD), and casters in Louisiana and Virginia.
Offering a limited selection of thoughtfully crafted jewelry independent of seasonal fashion cycles helps me maintain my vision and minimize my impact on the environment.
Low-Waste & Plastic-Free Packaging
It's vital that the brand's packaging reflects my mission.
I source jewelry boxes, tissue paper, card stock, mailing envelopes, cardboard boxes, shipping labels, and water-activated paper tape made from recycled + recyclable content.
I've intentionally removed all the extra stuff and only use enough packaging to keep jewelry safe in transit.
I love our planet, and I'm grateful for the wildlife that inhabits it.
Without them, ecosystems fall out of balance, which is an alarming reality.
That’s why I donate 5% of profits from sales to Wildlife Conservation Network on your behalf. Donations are submitted to the charity annually.
I'm proud to call myself an intersectional environmentalist, and I love hearing your perspectives!
Advocating for planet Earth means caring for humans just as much as the flora and fauna around us.
Environmental justice can only be achieved when respect, safety, and fundamental human rights are guaranteed to everyone.