Fashion prints are part of our daily life almost without noticing it and every year we see them as main characters on the catwalks, stores, on the streets, and in our seasonal closet. But to think of ceramic painting earrings with a slow fashion approach breaks schemes, makes us dream of seeing the most worn print of the season in unique, delicate, and feminine earrings. Our focus is on timelessness, which is why we have designed a series of prints inspired by nature that join together to create the Amazon Tribute Collection. These prints are a little trendy but are ideal earrings for women for any time of year. For the launch of our brand and the first collection, we have a series of 4 prints of our own and we will be adding new designs in collaboration with artists and textile designers, a way to generate value and have unlimited options of statement earrings for every season of the year.

Clavel print

Delicate, basic, feminine and hand-drawn inspired by the plants of the spring garden. A timeless print that complements a summer and autumn look.

Lusitania print

Handmade monochromatic design inspired by the rainforest, the diversity of shapes found in nature in contrasting deep blue. It’s fun and timeless.  

 Amazónico Print

Handmade, colorful, and fun, inspired by the Colombian Amazon, abstracting distinctive elements that flow like water from the Amazon River. Available in all our references of earrings for women

Orquídea Print

It’s a simple, monochromatic print that easily complements a look. Handmade design and thought to be completely timeless. Orchids are Colombia’s own flowers that grow on trees in tropical areas. 

We are currently working on the design of 2 more prints that feature Brazilian color and fruits by Débora Chodik, a designer with more than 10 years of experience in the Brazilian and European design market. Graduated in Industrial Design from FAAP University (São Paulo), with a Master in Innovation and Design Management from BAU (Barcelona). She has worked for the Brazilian brands Riachuelo, Reinaldo Lourenço and Hope Lingerie as well as for Vogue Brazil. Since 2016 she has been living in Barcelona, where she works for collaborating studios of the Inditex and Primark group, developing prints for Zara, Pull&Bear, Bershka and Stradivarius.

So stay tuned!