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Susty Cool Skull Necklace Debuts the Livia Firth Collection

The limited edition skull necklace is the first from the Livia Firth collection, and need we say we are excited to see more? Livia is one of our favorite eco women warriors (check out her feature as part of our “Heroines for the Planet” series) – check it out on VogueUK – to her shop

by Starre Vartan Source(Eco-Chick)

The limited edition skull necklace is the first from the Livia Firth collection, and need we say we are excited to see more? Livia is one of our favorite eco women warriors (check out her feature as part of our “Heroines for the Planet” series) – between spearheading The Green Carpet Challenge – check it out on VogueUK – to her shop, Eco Age, and documentary filmmaking, Livia is a woman passionate about the planet and making change.

Designed by Livia herself, the necklace incorporates two different traditions in its production, mixing present day artisan skills with techniques 4000 years old. Made by hand in a small artisan co-operative workshop in Devon, they employ the ancient Egyptian technique of the Lost Wax Casting for the exquisite detail in the moulded skulls.

The Livia Firth Collection is set to be “a small collection of luxury clothing and accessories” – wonder what will be next?

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Starre Vartan is the founder and editor-in-chief of Eco-Chick and author of The Eco-Chick Guide to Life (St. Martin’s Press). A problogger and oft-quoted green living expert who has been featured in the NYTimes, Elle, Glamour and Whole Living, she is a contributor to The Huffington Post, Inhabitat, and Hearst’s The Daily Green, and is currently editor-at-large for Coco Eco Magazine. An active ecofashionista, she has style edited for Plenty magazine and coordinated runway shows. She splits her time between Connecticut and NYC and calls Sydney, Australia her second home, even though it was her first (as that’s where she was born and most of her family resides). When not writing, blogging, or researching her next book, she is trailrunning, trying to cook, or snowboarding.

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