MCAD’s Sustainable Design Program alum, Susan Crow, and her beautiful eco-lux jewelry were recently featured in an article entitled Look and Feel Good in These High-End Ethical Brands.
The feature was originally published in HuffPost Style (Canada) in October 2016. We are very proud of you and your stunning sustainability-focused work, Susan!
From the article by HuffPost Style Canada
“This eco-jewelry collection is the brainchild of Susan Crow, a woman with a passion for sustainable jewels for the conscientious person. East Fourth Street sources Fairmined gold and silver as licensed by the Alliance For Responsible Mining, and creates all of her products in a modest, environmentally-friendly Minnesota studio. The company hopes to help advance the importance of the global impacts of mining, as well as the production in the jewelry industry as a whole. Crowis a recognized leader in sustainable design and is currently a member of the Ethical Fashion Forum, The Fellowship 500, Ethical Metalsmiths and Fair Action Jewelry.”
Image courtesy of East Fourth Street by Susan Crow