(Press Release) NEW YORK – Diamonds Do Great has introduced a unique initiative inviting designers from about the planet to participate in building a new signature bracelet that defines the business.
“We feel the have to have for unity and equality has never ever been a lot more significant and we have every single developed in our possess distinctive way by way of the worries of this past year,” says Diamonds Do Good President Rebecca Foerster.
“Diamonds Do Fantastic was influenced by the honourable Nelson Mandela whose legacy shines as a beacon of hope and therapeutic. We want this following generation bracelet to be a image of all our hopes and dreams,” says Diamonds Do Very good co-founder and renowned civil legal rights advocate Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. Echoing Chavis’ aspirations, Diamonds Do Good encourages Black, Indigenous and Multicultural designers to participate in the initiative.
Diamonds Do Very good was launched in 2006 to inform the entire world about the constructive effect of normal diamonds in Southern Africa. Its emphasis these days is to produce significant alter in diamond communities around the earth and to tell these significant tales. Doing the job with sustainable components and companies who are accredited by the Responsible Jewelry Council (RJC), participants will include their interpretation of ‘Growth, Unity and Equality’ into their bracelet layout.
The panel of critiques who will select the closing design and style involves an esteemed group of market leaders:
• Kecia Caffie: SVP, Typical Supervisor Piercing Pagoda
• Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr: President, Nationwide Newspaper Publishers Affiliation (NNPA)
• Kim Crawford: VP Divisional Supervisor, Jewelry & Watches Macy’s
• Ayzia James: Branding, Digital Advertising Supervisor, Hamilton Jewelers
• Eddie Levian: CEO Le Vian
• Daniele Miele: Gem Gossip/Influencer
• Lola Oladunjoye: Designer, Lola Fenhirst
• Stellene Vollandes: Editor-in-Chief, Town & Country
The top rated three finalists will be introduced on July 18, the 103rd anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s birth. Finalists will present their models to the whole panel of reviewers such as how the design and style relates to the topic of ‘Growth, Unity and Equality’. Submissions are owing June 28.
The final style and design will be highlighted on the Diamonds Do Very good website for donations to gain the Flaviana Matata Basis, and have the potential to be showcased at Jared The Galleria of Jewellery and major luxury unbiased jewelry and office merchants throughout the United States.
For additional info, take a look at the Diamonds Do Excellent Undertaking Bracelet Page or get in touch with Government Director Nancy Orem Lyman at [email protected].