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Style icon Liza Urla, over at GEMOLOGUE , has reviewed our GoldRush collection #LetsStartaGoldRush. She chose to write about our new 18ct Fairtrade Gold Hoop Earrings just in time for #Fairtradefortnight which ran from 29th February to 13th March.
Their styling and photography is always amazing, which is one of the reasons we were so excited to work with GEMOLOGUE.
With such a design, the gold nuggets seem to float in the air, as their unique, textured surface catches the light (and everyone’s eye!) I call them my Fairtrade gold melts because they remind me of chocolate. So yammi – as Annoushka Ducas likes to say!
You can read the full article here.
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