From dresses to denim and even footwear, Reformation has made It girls fall in love with all of its sustainable product categories. And now, thanks to a new collaboration with SOKO, the eco-conscious brand is testing its hand at jewelry too.
The sustainable brands joined forces on a capsule collection of ethically made jewelry—including fall’s gold chain necklace trend and fresh takes on hoop earrings. Made using SOKO’s signature materials—reclaimed cow horn and wood, and recycled brass—each of the limited-edition collection’s four pieces is less than $100. Like the rest of SOKO’s jewelry, the pieces are all handmade in Kenya by female artisans who earn five times more than the average artisan worker.
Reformation and SOKO are each known for their commitment to ethical sourcing, fair wages, and factory transparency. Female owned and operated, SOKO is also a certified B Corp for its work in providing opportunities to marginalized artists and dedication to its environmental practices.
Along with the ethical roots and feel-good ethos behind the SOKO x Reformation collaboration, the pieces make for chic additions to your fall wardrobe. From the gold chain-link necklace to the wooden hoops, each feels unique—offering a break from your standard jewelry without breaking the bank.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.