Bagatiba Drops Sustainable, Soda Cap-Inspired Jewelry Dubbed the "Tab" Collection
The minimal and versatile pieces arrive in the form of necklaces, earrings and more.
Following the customizable “Cara” range released last month, Jessie Andrews has now introduced a new jewelry lineup dubbed “Tab” for Bagatiba. Boasting minimal aesthetics, the latest release was crafted with eco-conscious practices.
Taking inspiration from the classic soda cap, “Tab” arrives in an elongated shape with two punched holes. Each piece is linked with one another to create accessories like necklaces, earrings and bracelets. The designs are complete with a customized carabiner clasp, adding to the versatile items. The collection features drop earrings and studs, as well as bold chain iterations and minimal necklaces. “When I design, I push myself to depict familiarity and nostalgia. The tab itself was inspired by my love for the soda cap when I was young. I would save my soda tops, put them on a piece of thread and wear them as a necklace. Just like my build it collection full of playful yet elevated beads and letter blocks, these collections have memory attached to them,” Andrews shared, highlighting the nostalgic aspect added to the designs.
In addition to the new range, Bagatiba recently launched an initiative titled “Triple R Project,” which accepts all old or new metal jewelry from any brand in trade for a 25 percent discount on the customer’s next purchase. The new project puts focus on circularity and spreading awareness on reducing the industry’s carbon footprint.
Take a closer at Bagatiba’s “Tab” below. You can head over to the label’s web store to shop the new pieces.