We can be seen in Condé Nast Traveller this month. This Heart Shell Necklace is unique to Silver Nutshell Jewellery. You can’t buy this piece anywhere else.
Invited to be a part of the ‘Sustainability Issue’ of Condé Nast Traveller feels really special. It took a little while to choose which pieces to showcase, but with sustainability and responsible sourcing at the heart of everything that I do, I really wanted my brand to be involved in this special issue.
Giving back 5% in charity donations
I work hard to build a small business that is sustainable and respectful of our planet. These values influence every decision that I make. For instance, sourcing great packaging, where less is more, having a zero plastic policy in addition to using recycled silver.
I launched a new initiative at the start of 2021 to give back *2% of sales from the Signature Collection and Limited Edition 100 to WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation Every tiny step we can take to support the oceans, and help to save the planet right now, will matter to our children and future generations. *From Dec 2021, updated to 5% of sales from the Signature Collection and Limited Edition 100
The Condé Nast Traveller Sustainability Issue is a must-read. Thoughtful and thought provoking, it’s a great insight into ‘The people and places ushering in change.’ The articles are light, bright, informative and entertaining. The photography is as always, truly inspiring and as you might expect from Condé Nast, the contents is a jolly good read!
I’ve had a long career in media, so I am passionate about magazines. During 2020, print magazines have been a rare commodity, as we’ve turned more towards digital media. Imagine the thrill of opening the package and seeing my brand on the pages of Condé Nast Traveller. To feel the luxurious pages of a print magazine again – now that was worth waiting for.
I’ll admit that what I enjoy most about this issue of Condé Nast Traveller is the honesty about where we are now. This issue shares the positivity and steps being taken to build a more sustainable future for travel and tourism.
Highlights from this issue
Firstly, I’d like to highlight a feature by @holly_tuppen on Rewilding, which is really interesting and definitely worth reading. Titled ‘The Movement’ on page 122, Holly visits one of the UK’s leading regeneration projects, @wildeastuk which aims to return 20% of East Anglia to nature. What do you think? That sounds like a huge challenge! Visit WILD EAST and Rewilding Britain for further information.
Secondly, I enjoyed reading a feature by @ianthita on measures the big hotel chains are taking to reduce food and plastic waste. Most importantly, they’re exploring climate-friendly menus to create a more sustainable offering for travellers in the future. I loved reading this feature because these are all measures that collectively, could make a huge difference. Let’s hope so.
The Condé Nast Traveller Sustainability Issue is dedicated to ‘Travelling better: for the earth, for people, for the destinations we visit.’ If you’re like me and interested in ‘How to Travel Better’, as we start travelling again in 2021, you might like to sign up to their newsletter.
Heart Shell Necklace as seen in Condé Nast Traveller
In this, the March 2021 issue, I’ve showcased one of my favourite pieces, the Heart Shell Necklace. Cast from a piece of broken shell that I found on the beach, it’s truly unique. I love the way the chain threads through the open hollows of the shell. And, for every piece sold, 5% goes to save the oceans through WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation.
If you’d like to buy the Heart Shell Necklace. UK P&P is FREE. For overseas customers, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll work together to get your piece to you safely, with as few delays as possible. You can also add a gift box to your order, and a personalised message if you’d like to, as you proceed through checkout.
And, that’s not all! You can also see my pieces online at Condé Nast Traveller Jewellery
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