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Aether Diamonds Announces Bombé, Its First Sustainable Fine Jewelry Collection August 03, 2022 (0 comments)

Bombé by Aether

New York, NY--Aether Diamonds announced in a press release its first line of sustainable fine jewelry with the Bombé Collection.

[Image source: Aether Diamonds]

The company stated in the release that it makes diamonds from atmospheric carbon, using carbon sequestration technology to pull CO2 directly from the air and transform it into diamonds, noting that each carat of diamond sold by Aether offsets customers' carbon footprints for over one year.

"We've been waiting to show the world what's possible with our Diamonds, and we are thrilled to introduce our Bombé Collection," said Ryan Shearman, Co-Founder and CEO at Aether, in the press release. "It's a collection that proves that luxury and sustainability can come together seamlessly with great design, diamonds from air, and Fairmined Gold; a unique combination that signals where jewelry is heading." 

The Bombé Collection, designed by Jenna Housby, Chief Design Officer at Aether Diamonds, was inspired by New York's enduring ability for social and economic revival. From the Roaring Twenties to Studio 54, this collection embodies the narrative of alleviating future uncertainty, overcoming adversity with bold self-expression, and a desire to create something better. The release adds that not only was Studio 54 a celebration of life, but also ambitious in its vision to move culture forward as one of the first non-judgmental, queer-friendly, mainstream nightclubs.

The Bombé Collection is brought to life with an accompanying campaign featuring activists Gabe Stone Shayer (soloist at the American Ballet Theatre, choreographer, and producer), Aditi Mayer (sustainable fashion advocate, photojournalist, and labor rights activist), and Nikita Elyse (environmental scientist). The shoot was photographed and directed by Jake Rosenberg.

Read more in the entire release.

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