T.Tattle offers a selection of jewellery created out of upcycled material and other every day objects
Knotted thread, tassles, very little shells, beads, wooden and fabric present endless structure opportunities to Nikitha S Kumar. The Bengaluru-primarily based entrepreneur’s sustainable jewellery line T.Tattle would make earrings and neck-pieces out of these seemingly common objects.
Nikitha commenced experimenting with upcycled cloth, card board and other daily knick knacks and identified she could style earrings out of a piece of vibrant cloth, by including just an earhook. She explored her curiosity and identified ladies, who shared the passion, whom she could collaborate with. “We are an informal collective of about five girls, a lot of of whom have other working day work opportunities and are making jewelry at household out of sheer desire,” claims Nikitha.
The jewelry is mostly customised and consists of parts created of macramé and polimer clay. From very simple ear hoops to intricate jhumkas, just about every piece is absolutely handmade, claims Nikitha. These assertion extras are up to date-chic in design and style. The collection involves a couple of metallic parts also.
Nikitha has an amazing record of prospects – which includes celebrities these kinds of as Bhumi Pednekar, Hansika Motwani, Anu Menon (Lola Kutty), Deepti Sati, and Tanvi Ram. “They look excellent on the wearer and weigh lighter on the conscience,” Nikitha suggests.
She retails by means of her Instagram manage @t.tattle