Angela Clark statement jewelry certainly made a statement at New York Fashion Week Sustainable Fashion Day. Based in Melbourne Australia, Clark creates intricate designs that are both ethical and sustainable. She has pieces for example, in which an antique 1920’s compact case becomes a bold pendant centerpiece. Her Jewelry is an eclectic mix of timeless and modern. These accessories are much more than jewelry, they are almost apparel with Swarovski crystals woven into breastplates and skirt-like waist covers. Each piece is one of a kind. Earlier in the evening before the fashion show, Clark spoke in the Sustainable Fashion Day panel discussion. Clark talked about her experiences with being an ethical designer. This is a trend in the fashion industry towards giving back and sharing talent and resources with the underprivileged or dis-advantaged in the global community. She has a history of assisting indigenous cultures by teaching contemporary jewelry making techniques and helping tribal women to up-cycle waste materials into viable jewelry components.
During her Jewelry fashion show, later that evening. Clark teamed her accessories with Eugeene Teh sheer garments. Teh, a costume designer from Australia made gorgeous nude dresses, tops and pants, that ranged from form fitting to billowy, and were statement pieces in their own right.
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