Thursday, November 29, 2012

Maiden Nation and the Glamour Kiss-Kiss Bracelet

I am a Citizen of Maiden Nation.  You can become a Citizen too!

Do you know about the United Nations Ethical Fashion Initiative?  This initiative involves connecting artists from Haiti and Africa - with fashion businesses and designers. Their goal?   To empower women by offering them a way to earn a REAL sustainable income.  This initiative focuses on trade, not aid.

Chan Luu,  jewelry designer for many celebrity clients,  has teamed up with Glamour Magazine and Maiden Nation... and designed the Glamour Kiss-Kiss bracelet to assist in this very  important project.

Pictured above is single wrap bracelet with double rows of handmade beads woven on brown  nylon cord.  A variety of other styles and colors are available. Look at how lovely they are packaged in their own silky pouch complete with certificates of authenticity.

The Glamour Kiss Kiss Bracelet,  named for the signature Haitian greeting of a peck on each cheek that Luu observed the local craftspeople and artisans making, has a metal button with three closures that can adjust to fit from 7-1/2" to 9"

Each purchase will help the survivors of the 2010 earthquake build a new life by supporting this new business. More than $6 from the purchase price will be donated to the J/P Haitian Relief Organization to support community development in Haiti.

I love my Kiss-Kiss bracelet and receive so many compliments each time I wear it! 

To purchase your Glamour Kiss Kiss bracelet click here:  Glamour Kiss Kiss Bracelet

For more information about Maiden Nation click here: Maiden Nation

Join me in becoming a Citizen of Maiden Nation!

Fashion and empowering women.  A perfect combination!

Disclosure:  I am a member of the Everywhere Society and received a complimentary Kiss-Kiss bracelet to review.  However, all opinions expressed herein are my own.
Photo Source: Maiden Nation


  1. I was contacted by a similar organization in Uganda. I didn't realize that there was one in Haiti. I love organizations like this. I will become a citizen.

    1. Thank you Natasha! It is such a worthwhile cause. Truly a way we can make a difference!

  2. Thank you for the amazing write up Bonnie - we're proud to have you as a citizen!


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