Greenola strives to provide advancement opportunities to artisans through design and innovation, using fashion as a tool to create positive change in the world. By measuring success through a triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit, Greenola aims to preserve century old craft traditions, support artisan entrepreneurship, and make both eco-friendly and high quality products.
Priding itself in servant leadership, Greenola strives to create direct and lasting relationships with artisans and their families. Working directly with artisans in Bolivia and Kenya, Greenola pays fair wages to their artisans, providing access to quality healthcare, design education, business training, and community building, while respecting and preserving the cultural heritage of their artisans and fostering their time-honored craftsmanship.
Greenola also donates a percentage of their profits to Solidarity Bridge, and organization with a mission to empower South American communities by providing health services and education to the people of Bolivia and Paraguay.
Color-blocked glass seed beads, cascading drape Hand-loomed Woven in a traditional Mayan pattern Sueded leather cord with beaded ends Beaded sliding barrel clasp for adjustable fit Adjustable from 34"L to shorter...
Fashionable look layered Faceted gold, silver, and gunmetal beads with metallic toned seed beads Elasticized, may be worn as multi-wrapped bracelets or as necklaces Each strand is finished with a...
Two-tiered necklace Handcrafted from recycled brass Includes 3” length extender at closure Measures 21” at the longest strand Produced following fair trade principles Country: Kenya