Edge of Ember Collaborates With Charlotte Collins on ‘70s-inspired Jewelry Collection

GOLDEN TIME: Sustainable jewelry brand Edge of Ember is on a collaboration roll.

The brand has collaborated with Charlotte Collins on a capsule of gold and silver pieces that feature black onyx and malachite stones ranging in price from 85 British pounds to 228 pounds.

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Jewelry is my armor — I wear eight or nine chunky rings every day and more often than not it’s my shorthand for making everything look a bit cooler, tougher and more glamorous,” said Collins, who designed the collection with Lynette Ong, founder of Edge of Ember.

“Many of my favorite pieces are inherited from my grandmother — one ‘70s malachite design in particular is always garnering attention, so it felt like the obvious starting point for the collection,” she added.

Charlotte Collins X Edge of Ember
Charlotte Collins x Edge of Ember

The two women aimed for the collection to be wearable and appropriate for the everyday with subtle hints to the cool era of the ‘70s.

“The chain and chunky gold pendant make me think of wafting in Etro caftans and silk turbans, even if I’m just layering them with jeans,” said Collins.

Edge of Ember came to international fame after Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, wore a piece from the brand on her final days in the U.K. before relocating abroad with her husband, Prince Harry, in 2020.

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