The jewelry worn by Meghan Markle is from the “alternative” designer Pippa Small ♦ ︎
Meghan Markle is pregnant and it’s the news that has thrilled all the fans of events of the British royal family. But those who follow the Buckingham Palace and its news with assiduousness also monitor the clothes and jewels worn by the protagonists of the royal house. In addition to the diadem of Princess Eugenie, of which we have spoken, the profusion of rings, bracelet and earrings, all in yellow gold (her favorite metal), worn by Meghan Markle on the occasion of the wedding ceremony, has aroused curiosity.
We can unveil the origin of the Sussex Duchess’s jewelry: they are from Pippa Small.
It was probably not a casual choice: Pippa Small, in fact, is not an elite jewelry brand. Indeed, it is just the opposite: it is a brand that brings with it words like sustainability, fairness, respect for minorities. And with this choice, Meghan reiterates her role as a nonconformist woman in the royal family.
Pippa Small, in fact, is a London designer who loves to travel and “was inspired by the many fascinating cultures she met”. He completed a master’s degree in medical anthropology and has since focused his interests on human rights among minorities, indigenous groups. It is not by chance that she was appointed ambassador of the human rights organization Survival International in 2008 and in 2013 she won an Mbe by the Queen for ethical jewels and charity works. He worked with the first fair trade gold mine registered in the world in Bolivia and with the esteemed Fair Trade Fair company based in Kibera, a shantytown in Nairobi. When he started his second life as a designer, he also collaborated with famous brands such as Gucci in Tom Ford, Chloe, Bamford. In 2016 he also won the Ethical Jeweler of the Year award and the prestigious Walpole Corporate Social Responsibility award.