Creating the most gorgeous and deeply meaningful, eco-conscious jewelry, ALEX AND ANI has done it again with their newest collection made solely to empower and connect humanity. Designed by Carolyn Rafaelian, Founder, CEO, and Chief Creative Officer, each piece is entirely unique and in line with Carolyn’s mission of positive energy and sincere individuality.
By incorporating powerful symbolism and personal meaning into each flawless piece, ALEX AND ANI provides a vehicle for consumers to express their personal style and at the same time, help better our world. Being one of our favorites not only for their sophisticated designs but also for their immense heart and endless philanthropy, ALEX AND ANI is a company built on a deep and honest passion to help our planet, our communities, and our individual paths as humans living in this fantastic universe.
This incredible Providence company uses recycled materials and eco-conscious processes, with all pieces made from beginning to end by local artisans in the U.S. Its CHARITY BY DESIGN division has strengthened non-profit organizations through innovative partnerships and collaborative experiences, resulting in donations of more than $30 million.
In their latest venture, ALEX AND ANI launched its Deep Sea Wonders Collection, the second ALEX AND ANI|CHARITY BY DESIGN® collection sold in support of UNICEF. With every purchase you make from the new aquatic collection, you help save a child in need. What could be better than that?The five-piece bangle collection, launched on May 16th and is now available to shop for at www.alexandani.com, ALEX AND ANI stores in U.S. and Canada and select authorized retailers. Check out the beautiful sea life-inspired pieces and be sure to follow this unbelievable brand on social to stay updated on their forever-enthralling news.
With their timeless eco-chic summer style and their undeniable efforts towards achieving world peace, can you find a reason not to shop ALEX AND ANI? We didn’t think so!
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