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Silva, our founder, spent over 20 years heading up the menswear and womenswear departments at leading fashion brands. During her time there, she saw how luxury had become overly commercialised, satisfying short-term trends at the expense of the planet's well-being, while also losing its uniqueness and exclusivity. Under Her Eyes was born to change that by creating unique pieces that transcend fleeting trends for timeless appeal and to re-establish what true luxury means - all in a way that's kind to both people and the planet. What do we mean by all this? Keep reading!


We draw inspiration from the world around us, translating it into unique timeless pieces that outlast fleeting trends. From our Daryl Ring, inspired by the concept of 'hard love' and the sharp, heart-shaped edges found on antique jewellery boxes which capture the complexities of love, to our Elektra crossbody, which draws from the graceful shapes of women in Renaissance art.


Luxury, to us, means creating unique pieces that are handcrafted, designed to last, and produced in limited editions to preserve exclusivity and minimise waste. Crafted in England, our bags are handmade not only to reduce our carbon footprint but also to uphold the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship. While our jewellery, made from 18k gold plated recycled sterling silver, underscores our commitment to environmental responsibility and quality.


Through partnerships with Fashion Revolution and Common Objective, we ensure end-to-end transparency within our supply chain, allowing us to confidently answer 'Who made your clothes?'. Equally important is our commitment to sustainability. All our jewellery pieces are crafted from recycled sterling silver, while our bags and belts are meticulously crafted from a range of materials including recycled, vegetable-tanned, and vegan leathers.


Our ambition is to push boundaries and experiment with different ways waste can be repurposed, made fashionable, and wearable. Recently, we partnered with Planet of the Grapes to turn waste made from the wine industry into a new material we call grape leather. We are so proud that our first prototype, Odette, has been showcased at Somerset House and the Fashion Revolution studios. We’re not perfect and we don’t claim to be. We believe if the majority of people practise sustainability imperfectly the impact will be greater than a few executing it perfectly.