For the second year in a row, Canadian-born, New-York-based jewellery designer Jenny Bird has teamed up with Burt’s Bees to produce a limited-edition collection in support of bees.

Fashion: Jenny Bird and the Bees

Eco-chic jewelry supports bee conservation

  • Oct. 10, 2013 6:00 p.m.

For the second year in a row, Canadian-born, New-York-based jewellery designer Jenny Bird has teamed up with Burt’s Bees to produce a limited-edition collection in support of bees. Featuring a 14k gold-dipped bee, the proceeds from these eco-chic bracelets ($24) and earrings ($34) will go directly to Pollinator Partnership, an organization focused on conserving bee health. Well-know in the style world for her covetable Nature-based pieces, Bird’s collection not only showcases her immense talent but also her giving nature.

 

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