Femina Collection

The FEMINA celebrates simple and modern geometric forms and natural materials. Based in beautiful and striking neutrals, intentional strokes of color punctuate the collection. Each piece in this collection is reverently named after an influential and inspiring woman, who has made a tremendous impact on the world.


Coco Chanel
The Coco bangle is named after the iconic Coco Chanel. Known as a fashion designer and businesswoman, Coco released women from the constraints of the corsets. Her success, renown, and signature look are unparalleled. 

Emmeline Pankhurst
The Emmeline necklace is named for Emmeline Pankhurst, who founded the Women’s Social and Political Union in Britain, and was a political activist and leader that helped women win the right to vote. Dedicated to promoting women’s equality, she was credited by Time magazine as on of the 100 Most Important People of the 20th Century.

Eleanor Roosevelt
The Eleanor necklace is named Eleanor Roosevelt, known affectionately as the "first lady of the world." Eleanor forever shaped the role of first lady. Eleanor was known throughout her life for her extensive human rights work, including her work for women's rights, civil rights, and rights of refugees. 

Georgia O’Keefe
The Georgia necklace is named for Georgia O’Keeffe, who made her mark as one of the most innovative and captivating artists of the twentieth century. Known as the “Mother of American modernism,” O’Keeffe was an independent spirit and an incredibly influential artist. Georgia spent her life crating and actively painted through her nineties.

Toni Morrison
The Morrison necklace is named after Toni Morrison, American novelist, editor, and professor. Her work is known for epic themes, vivid dialogue, and richly detailed characters. Through her career, Toni has accrued a long list of notable awards, including a Presidential Medal of Freedom, a Nobel Prize in Literature, and a Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.

Shirin Ebadi
The Shirin bracelet is named after Shirin Ebadi, Iranian lawyer, judge, and founder of Defender of Human Rights Center in Iran. A lifelong activist, Shirin was the first Iranian to receive the Nobel Peace Prize for her pioneering efforts for human rights, especially women’s, children’s and refugee rights.

Mae Jemison
Mae Carol Jemison became the first African-American woman to travel to space in 1992. Her list of achievements is long and includes holding the title of engineer, physician, NASA astronaut, and receiving nine honorary doctorates in science, engineering, letters, and the humanities.

Aung San Suu Kyi
Aung San Suu Kyi, recipient of The Nobel Peace Prize in 1991, is an international symbol of peaceful resistance. An advocate for democracy in Myanmar, Kyi spent almost 15 years under house arrest. As one of the world’s most prominent political prisoners, Kyi ultimately became de facto leader by democratic election in 2015.

Vigdís Finnbogadóttir
The Vigdis necklace is named after Vigdís Finnbogadóttir, Iceland and Europe’s first female president and the world’s first democratically elected female president. She continues to be politically active through her eighties.

Virginia Woolf
The Woolf necklace is named after Virginia Woolf, one of the foremost modernist writers of the twentieth century. Virginia was a significant figure in London literary society and then Bloomsbury Group of Intellectuals.

Pat Head Summitt
The Summitt necklace is named after Pat Head Summitt, women’s college basketball coach. Over the course of her career, she lead accrued 1,098 career wins, the most in NCAA (men’s or women’s) basketball history and won Olympic medals both as a coach and as a player.

Simone de Beauvoir
The Simone necklace is named after Simone de Beauvoir, French writer, existentialist, and political activist. Author of the Second Sex, she had a significant influence on feminist existentialism and feminist theory.

Irena Sendler
The Irena bracelet is named after Irena Sendler, Polish nurse and humanitarian. During World War II, Irena was the head of the children’s section of Zegota, the Polish Council to Aid Jews. Irena smuggled over 2,500 Jewish children away from Nazi-occupied Europe, saving more lives than any other individual during the Holocaust.

Valentina Tereshkova
The Valentina necklace is named after Valentina Tereshkova, Russian cosmonaut, engineer, and politician. Valentina was the first woman to have flown in space in 1963.

Benazir Bhutto
The Benazir necklace is named after Benazir Bhutto, the 11th Prime Minister of Pakistan and the leader of the centre-left People’s Party. Benazir led through tumultuous times and continued to remain politically active until her assassination in 2007.

Frida Kahlo de Rivera
The Frida earrings are named after Frida Kahlo de Rivera, Mexican Surrealist painter and political activist. Frida employed a naïve folk art style to explore difficult questions in Mexican society. After her death, she became recognized figure in art history and an icon for non-conformity.