Reclaimed Precious Materials Form the Basis of Wolf Circus and Its Summer ’22 Drop

Being introduced as the jewelry brand’s “Recycled Collection.”

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As a demi-fine jewelry company based out of Vancouver, Wolf Circus owes much of its rising success to its core values of sustainability and limiting waste. And for Summer 2022, reclaimed precious materials form the basis of the brand’s “Recycled Collection.”

The new drop comprises a “reclamation of surplus materials” including glass beads, freshwater pearls and satin rope, all carefully crafted into necklaces, bracelets, anklets and pendants. Some items are also 14k gold plated and sterling silver. Colorways of some pieces include dark grey, black and luminescent white materials, while the campaign lookbook showcases the collection photographed against various elements of nature.

Available now on the brand’s website, the new “Recycled Collection” item prices range from $40 USD to $130 USD.

Additionally, the new collection will benefit the international non-profit organization Oceanic Global, with 20% of the sales proceeds helping to further the organization’s cause of ocean and wellness practices.

Elsewhere in fashion, 24kGoldn combined sophisticated swag with vibrant street style for a recent trip to Europe.

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