Kathrin Lindner, new accessible jewelry brand created in London ♦
In London a new accessible jewelry brand is born. German entrepreneur Kathrin Lindner and Moroccan Aziz Settouti founded it, both determined to change their life after a managerial experience in a multinational company in Amsterdam. Different experiences and skills that have now decided to express themselves through jewelry. Among other things, unlike other similar companies, the brand proposes an unusual corporate management program, that is to say programmatic principles of behavior usually adopted by large groups. For example, a flat Silicon Valley-style organization (“no to the policy rules”, “If you are able to manage work, that work is yours”), innovative and socially engaged.
The jewels have perhaps a less disruptive style: there is the classic hand of Fatima, the quadrilobate flower, butterflies. In short, the classic themes of jewelry.
The jewels are made of silver, also plated with pink gold, with the addition of cubic zirconia and have a price range between 25 and 85 euros.