Soko Jewelry is an ethically-produced jewelry line handmade by artisan entrepreneurs in Nairobi, Kenya. Sparked by a chance meeting on a trip to Kenya, Soko founders Gwendolyn Floyd, Ella Peinovich, and Catherine Mahugu dreamed of redefining ethical fashion. Designed in San Francisco, Soko merges the modern aesthetics of fast-fashion accessories brands with ethical production and heritage techniques for the perfect mix of style and sustainability. Using their proprietary mobile technology platform, Soko is able to partner with over 2,100 artisans and increase their income by an average of 5x. Soko Jewelry is known for their bold and impactful pieces like mixed metal cuff bracelets, large door knocker earrings, and intricate collar necklaces that make a statement with any outfit. Soko jewelry is crafted from sustainable and locally-sourced materials including brass, olive wood, and horn, giving every ring, earring, bracelet, and necklace a unique, socially conscious finish.