10 August 2018 (Friday) – 31 October 2018 (Wednesday)
12:00nn – 7:00pm
+852 2623 2272 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Working with Cambodian artists, Emi & Eve turns decommissioned exploded ordnance and spent bullet castings into jewellery. The eye-catching accessories line is modern and inimitable, and made all the more fascinating with the use of natural gemstones sourced in Cambodia.
Landmine clean-up is essential to Cambodians’ safety and economic security. It is estimated that there are more than 4 million unexploded ordnance devices scattered across rural areas of Cambodia. A relic of the country’s violent Khmer Rouge rule starting in 1979, unexploded land mines still affect Cambodian people today. Emi & Eve supports those clean-up efforts by contributing a portion of its profits to female EOD units. At the same time they work closely with small-scale craftspeople, providing jobs and skills training to young adults.
The jewellery of Emi & Eve is all about celebrating positivity out of adversity – from bombs to beauty. If we can transform negative experience into positive outcome, the world will become a better place for everyone.
You can purchase the jewellery of Emi & Eve exclusively in Loupe’s boutique.
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