Fair trade jewelry

Fair jewels and ethical fashion

Omyoki, fairtrade handmade jewelry

Modern women want to be beautiful and assertive, to take care of themselves, to consume ethically, to eat healthy, and to wear quality products!

Omyoki was created to promote ethical fashion. We provide handmade jewelry and products made by artisans from developing countries. We chose to promote fair trade to transform the living and working conditions of artisans and their families in less favored countries than ours.

Our fair trade jewelry is handmade in India, Nepal, by Tibetans from Indian and Nepalese communities, and by Karen tribes in Thailand. Choosing ethical fashion is choosing to consume products made in traditional ways, in workshops that have decent wages, good working ethics and methods, but also to help local people preserve ancient craft and knowledge.

Our products are made by craftsmen in small workshops, or by groups of women, or by isolated craftsmen. Our goal is to provide work in less favored areas than ours and to improve the lives of artisans and their families.

What is Fair Trade?

The Fair Trade Chart has been established in 2001 and can be summarized as

“Fair Trade is a trading partnership based on dialogue, transparency and respect, the aim of which is to achieve greater fairness in world trade. It contributes to sustainable development, by offering better trading conditions and guaranteeing the rights of producers and marginalized workers ...

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