About Emi & Eve

WHO WE ARE

Founder Cassandra Postema is a fashion and printed textiles graduate from London’s Central St. Martins’ College of Art and Design.  Her search for meaningful design sent her on a trip to Cambodia. Meeting a family there who recycle landmines to make jewellery was the inspiration for a new brand concept that marries design excellence with innovation in social responsibility practices.

what we do

We believe in the power of beauty from ashes.  By recycling exploded remnants of war into luxury jewellery collections we support landmine clearing, contribute to economic empowerment and revive ancient cultural craft traditions.

what we do

We believe in the power of beauty from ashes.  By recycling exploded remnants of war into luxury jewellery collections we support landmine clearing, contribute to economic empowerment and revive ancient cultural craft traditions.

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sust lux

Through building synergies between maximising the use of discarded resources and employing those who are rebuildng their lives, we create luxury with unique  value. Because true luxury is sustainable.

our

Our story is intricately interwoven with various Cambodian families whom we have got to know and love as our own. The growth of Emi & Eve benefits them directly. In this documentary “The Landmine Girls” by Emma Fry we follow two young female landmine officers, and discover why they choose this dangerous work.

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Our story is intricately interwoven with various Cambodian families whom we have got to know and love as our own. The growth of Emi & Eve benefits them directly.

(video by Emma Fry)