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Made necklace

Here’s an exciting new accessories brand offering an on trend collection of chunky necklaces, jangly earrings, leather and metal bracelets and some beautiful pure leather handbags.

Not only have they been collaborating with some of the biggest names in fashion – including Louis Vuitton, ASOS and Whistles – they pride themselves on promoting edgy, emerging talent from Britain and around the world.

Screen Shot 2014-03-20 at 09.51.51Some of our favourite pieces include the Nungunungu necklace which features rows of  bespoke hand-beaten brass pieces in an assortment of lengths, the Njege charm cluster earrings and the sublimely practical Kips cross-body bag which comes in brown or black pure leather and features a stylish multi-charm accessory.

made_pt2_0478Not only is Made a style leader, it’s a leader in the emerging trend for ethical jewellery. Their pieces are all Fairtrade, and made in their purpose built workshop in Kenya. “Our workshop in Kenya was founded in 2005 with a view to harnessing the talent and skills of artisans in Kenya, whilst providing a safe working environment, long-term job security and training. Since then we have grown to employ over 60 men and women.

“From highly skilled craftsmen and women to novices eager to learn, our goal is to create sustainable jobs, teach new skills and empower developing communities in Kenya through the production of beautiful, unique and highly covetable accessories. We believe that by investing in our team we are not only acting responsibly but we are also able to create the best product possible.” Here here.

Visit the Made website to shop the range and read about their inspirational designers and artisans.

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Kate Seamark is the Editor of Diamonds and Daisychains. She is the force behind our ethical clothing campaign and would love you to sign her petition for clothing labels which indicate working conditions all along the supply chain. Read what she's up to in Editor's letters, where she keeps everyone up to date on her latest outrages while trying not to embarrass her six children too much. To find out more about our contributors, visit our Community page.


  1. What a great find. There are some really beautiful things at Made, thanks for pointing me in that direction.

  2. LOVE everything! Cool share. I love them too now.

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