We're so excited to partner with Cura Co. for a special trunk show featuring our vintage designs from the 90's. All pieces have been handpicked by Cura Co's founder, Kiko Eisner-Waters. 15% of proceeds will be donated to the Refugee Artisans Initiative.
Important Event Details:
Date: Saturday, December 7th from 12-5pm
Location: Cura Co. (2407 E Union Street, Seattle WA 98122)
Selected, Vintage Pieces to be Featured this Saturday:
About Boma Vintage
Boma Jewelry was founded in Seattle in 1981. Boma Vintage is an example of our company's participation in the circular fashion movement. With over 35 million pieces of jewelry sold and 100,000 of original designs in our archives, Boma has recently launched projects with local partners to go through its archives and bring selected, original production vintage pieces to the public for sale.
About Cura Co.
Cura is a conscious lifestyle brand to help you live in a more equitable, beautiful world through the design and curation of art and objects, accessories and apparel with human stories to tell. Cura sources products with purpose and puts artistry and social impact above all else.
About Refugee Artisans Initiative
Refugee Artisan Initiative's mission is to transform the lives of refugee and immigrant women by providing sustainable work in sewing and handcrafting products. Embrace beauty. Impact lives.
Photo credit: Talitha Photos