This week, leading ethical jewellery brand Lebrusan Studio has been shortlisted for three awards by the National Association of Jewellers.
The jeweller’s esteemed founder and designer Arabel Lebrusan is shortlisted for the prestigious Designer of the Year Award, whilst the brand’s renowned dedication to sustainability and beautiful ethics has earned its nomination for the Corporate Social Responsibility Award. The brand new Lebrusan Studio website, recently unveiled following months of hard work, has been shortlisted for Website of the Year.
This recognition comes shortly after Lebrusan Studio announced the incorporation of recycled diamonds across its collections, as part of a conscious movement towards embracing more reclaimed materials than ever before. Shortly prior, the eponymous jeweller underwent a significant rebrand, involving an updated logo, a change in brand name from Arabel Lebrusanto Lebrusan Studio, and the pièce de résistance; the sleek and contemporary new site, complete with updated imagery and a wealth of informative new pages.
“I’m keeping everything crossed,” Lebrusan says. “My hair’s crossed, my fingers are crossed, my feet are crossed! Wish us luck. Thanks to everyone that helped to make this happen.”
The winners of the prestigious NAJ Awards will be announced on the 5th December 2019 at the annual Benevolent Society Ball in Birmingham.
Rounding off a busy and successful few months for the bijou jeweller, these nominations are not the only kudos received by Lebrusan Studio this year. Lebrusan was also shortlisted for Professional Jeweller’s Jewellery Designer of the Year Award back in August, not long after being appointed an ambassador for the Women’s Jewellery Network in the Ethical Retail category.
The jeweller also lifted the lid on two new ethical collections in the first part of the year, introducing their Hera Collection of ethical engagement rings and their Crown Collection of sustainable gold stacking rings.