With a certain September issue currently clearing newsstands and a second round of cosmos being poured for a fierce, fiery foursome, all eyes are on Hollywood for the next latest and greatest in fashion couture. Enter Rebekah Green. Reverse environmentalist, entertainment personality and designer, Green launched her new luxury line of fair trade, sustainable and entirely handcrafted jewelry.
Inspired by Green's love for clean, sophisticated design, the line kicks off with six unique earring types each piece hand-cast, hand-set and hand-polished manufactured in Los Angeles with 100 percent recycled 14 and 18 karat gold and fair trade gemstones. The line's introduction marks the first venture for Green's cutting edge Green Killer enterprises world-class product designs poised to reinvent how the world approaches sustainability.
"It is my job as a sustainable manufacturer to offer a responsible product that women will be proud to own and feel beautiful wearing," said Green. "My designs are delicate, feminine and embody a richness and warmth that evokes a sense of precious effortlessness. Feeling pretty is powerful!"
Green is one of the first jewelry manufacturers to utilize both the highest quality manmade and natural stones in her line in addition to offering all designs in both 14 and 18 karat gold. Many pairs of Green's earrings are set with sparkling cubic zirconia, avoiding all potential "blood diamond" conflict issues, and all are accompanied with entirely biodegradable and plantable packaging.
Green's line of eco-friendly jewelry stems from a partnership with manufacturer and original design master-craftsman Eduardo Correa, under the direction of Rebekah Green, Inc. Five percent of all net profits from earring sales will benefit Global Green USA, Charity: Water and Heifer International.
Businesswoman, eco-pioneer and CEO of Rebekah Green, Inc., Rebekah Green is a reverse environmentalist positioned at the forefront of the Green 2.0 un-movement -- where global responsibility is as expected as much as it is commended. In 2002, Green launched a multi-million dollar design and build green construction company.