Soko is an artisanal-made jewelry company who strives to sustainably end cycles of poverty in disadvantaged communities all over the world. By empowering artisans and persevering traditional crafts with fair trade in mind, Soko brings sustainably made jewelry to San Francisco, California.
Working with over 2,100 artisan entrepreneurs from around the globe to build their business and improve production capacity they not only bring us beautiful jewelry, but also work to increase income to those entrepreneurs as well. These pieces range from minimal classics to more luxury pieces inspired by architecture and traditional tribal designs.
Founders Gwendolyn Floyd, Ella Peinovich, and Catherine Mahugu met and founded Soko in Nairobi, Kenya and have since then expanded to the U.S.
Soko is redefining the aesthetics of ethical fashion and is offering high quality, contemporary designs that reflect the beautiful handcrafted techniques using sustainable, locally-sourced, and eco-friendly materials such as recycled brass and reclaimed cow horn and bone.
Shifting the perception of ethical fashion and promoting conscious consumerism, this is the new luxury.
Find more inspiration and shop their beautiful pieces on their site: https://shopsoko.com/