The Atelier collection by Monique Pean, diamonds with rare cuts, such as hexagon, triangle, waterfall, rose. With guaranteed environmental sustainability ♦
In New York, two things go together: luxury and sustainable luxury. Two concepts that Monique Péan, with windows on 7th Avenue, is well aware. Look, for example, the necklace with dinosaur’s bone, agate, citrine and white 18 carat gold, but recycled. A unique piece that the modest price of $ 64,160 is a lot of trend. On the other hand, in the US city and beyond, Monique Péan is known for its high-end jewelry, expensive, but with the right characteristics to be accepted also by models and stars of music and cinema worried that the jewels may have an origin that disturbs the environment and working conditions. The designer, who was born in Washington and has a degree in philosophy, she opened his jewelry company socially responsible and sustainable in 2006. In 2009, she was one of the recipients of the prestigious award / CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund. More recently, she has received the award from Wallpaper magazine for Best Desktop Jewellery.
The style of jewelry is very modern and innovative: the pieces are handmade by master craftsmen in New York using materials purchased from Fairtrade. The proceeds from the sale of jewelry in Europe contributes, is keen to stress the designer, global philanthropic organizations that provide drinking water and basic sanitation services to people in developing countries. Think about this when you read the prices reported under the captions of the pictures. Rudy Serra