Designers Create Zero-Waste Jewelry Line
“I had all of this leftover fabric cut into small bits, some of it from making masks,” said Schmidt in a press release. “I wanted to utilize those leftover pieces and not waste them. The idea of a jewelry line popped into my mind – and I’m not a jewelry expert.”
For help, Schmidt reached out to Bell, a friend from the Louisiana festival circuit.
“There’s a piece for every type of customer,” said Bell of their joint project. “The leftover fabrics are all unique which gives each piece its own personality.”
The hand-crafted collection features tassel pieces, bigger statement pieces and other designs in “neutral yet vibrant” colors.