Frida and Florence to support Sightsavers with sunglasses accessory collection

July 2023
A model wears a pair of sunglasses with a chain by Frida and Florence.

Eco-friendly jewellery brand Frida & Florence has launched a range of sunglasses chains that will be helping to support Sightsavers’ eye health work.

Described as wearable artwork, the collection is made from recycled brass, responsibly sourced stones and gems, and plated in recycled gold. The chains can be attached to sunglasses or adapted into a necklace or bracelet.

Frida & Florence will be donating £1.70 from each chain sold, enabling Sightsavers to screen one person per chain for a range of eye conditions and refer them for vital treatment if they need it. Sightsavers runs free eye clinics in Africa and Asia to help prevent avoidable blindness and ensure everyone can access quality eye care.

Frida & Florence’s marketing manager Cherrie Chan said: “We’re thrilled to collaborate with Sightsavers for the One Chain, One Screen campaign. By partnering with Sightsavers, we amplify our impact, ensuring that our campaign reaches those who truly need it. Together, we make a meaningful difference in protecting and enhancing the gift of sight.”

The sunglasses chains are available online from 21 July. You can also find a selection of Frida & Florence products on sale online and at Wolf and Badger at King’s Cross railway station in London.

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