Restless Buddha presents exclusive Diane Kordas bracelets on behalf of Solace Women's Aid
As featured on vogue.co.uk, London-based Jeweller Diane Kordas has designed an exclusive jewellery collection to help women and girls affected by violence.
Simple string bracelets and gold necklaces were created to coincide with a one-off theatre night starring Thandie Newton, Rosario Dawson, Meera Syal, Trudie Styler and Eve Ensler (activist, performance artist, and author of The Vagina Monologues). Directors included Chris Dercon (Director of the Tate Modern), Iwona Blazwick (Director of the Whitechapel Gallery), Sue Dunderdale (Director of RADA), and Film Writer and Director Marcus Warren. 100% of proceeds from the all-star event, produced by Restless Buddha, went to international and local charities in aid of women and girls affected by war, rape and violence.
Featured here on behalf of Solace is an elegant, understated bracelet with gold, diamond-accented Venus charm - a symbol of support for women and girls and a statement against violence everywhere.
100% of profits for every bracelet sold here will go directly to Solace Women's Aid, a London-based non-profit providing refuge and support for women and children affected by domestic and sexual violence.
Restless Buddha Productions are cultural producers working to raise social awareness. Visit www.restlessbuddha.com to find out more and follow @restlessbuddha on Twitter.