Alora exists to add beauty and meaning to the lives of genuine everyday women. They do this by curating and handcrafting jewelry that reminds them of their values and helps them to empower others.
Emilyn and Jameela started making jewelry in 2009 at their kitchen table with the intention of creating meaningful pieces that could make a difference in the world. Alora creates a full circle social impact model by donating 5% of their profits to help women break out of poverty.
Alora, in the Bantu language, means "My Dream". What started as a hobby has turned into a dream come true.