New mobile app Orange Harp + Lovehewn necklace giveaway


Orange Harp is the world’s first mobile app that makes it easy to shop socially conscious style.

I’m pleased to introduce you to Orange Harp, a new mobile app that brings skincare, apparel and accessories brands to you through a stylish, curated collection of conscious designs and products. Ethical shopping has never been so easy, or meaningful.

Many of us now consider our smartphones to be an irreplaceable extension of our thumbs, and we’re increasingly using apps to discover new brands, and develop our own personal style. I’ve started to rely on apps to shop and I love the convenience. I downloaded Orange Harp’s app a few months ago, and I’ve been browsing it ever since. Their mission is to connect us, socially conscious shoppers, to socially conscious makers, designers and artists, so we can discover incredible products and create social change. The company was founded by Kacie Gonzalez and Anbu Anbalagapandian in 2013, drawing upon their respective backgrounds in law and technology. “We handpick brands based on their dedication to making conscious products and their contribution to the community and the planet.”


Discover handcrafted, eco-conscious and one-of-a-kind jewellery with Orange Harp.


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Readers of Sasstainable know how much I love accessories, especially jewelleryOrange Harp has partnered with beautiful, Made-in-the-USA jewellery brands, Love and Piece, Lovehewn, and Show the Love (that’s a lot of love!). They create gorgeous bracelets, earrings, and necklaces. Each brand designs unique pieces, whether they’re sourcing conflict-free stones, or working with recycled precious metals and upcycled vintage finds. As with every product offered on Orange Harp, each piece of jewellery tells a meaningful, handcrafted story that supports ethical and sustainable values.


Today, Orange Harp launches a new jewellery brand, Beryllina. “Made solely from recycled precious metals and stones mined in the USA, Laurie Lynn Berezin is committed to crafting jewelry that aligns with social and environmental responsibility,” says Kacie, “We love that she even goes and mines some of the stones herself! Orange Harp will be carrying her pieces that are under $100.” Designer Laurie Lynn Berezin handcrafts her jewellery in Concord, MA and she exclusively sources recycled precious metals from a certified refinery in Virginia. I’ll be adding her pieces to my Orange Harp favourites!

Tweet and follow for your chance to win a Lovehewn Necklace from Orange Harp.

Here at Sasstainable and Orange Harp, we know  you love jewellery as much as we do. Orange Harp is offering you the chance to win the Lovehewn Serpent & Sea Terrarium Vial Necklace, featured in the photo below; a whimsical piece that captures oceanic style with a (sustainable) message in a bottle. Contest opens May 19 and runs for one week until May 26. One (1) winner will be selected by Orange Harp and announced on Twitter, May 26.

To enter for your chance to win this beautiful, handcrafted Lovehewn necklace, hop on Twitter and complete the following three steps.

  1. Follow Sasstinable on Twitter.
  2. Follow Orange Harp on Twitter.
  3. Copy and send the following tweet, including the picture link:

I just entered to win this handmade necklace from @orange_harp! Contest details available @Sasstainable



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About the Author

Angela is founder and editor of Sasstainable, an insider voice on sustainable lifestyle and ethical luxury. In 2013, she completed her MSc in Environmental Management at the University of London, at the Centre for Development, Environment and Policy. Her passion for the environment grew out of her family's rural property in Raglan, Ontario, now a designated Natural Heritage System area in the Ontario Greenbelt. In 2009, she was granted Ryerson University's Top 30 Under 30 Alumni award, because of her work as a motivational speaker. She inspired over 30,000 high school and university students across North America. She is a published writer, contributing articles to Geez Magazine, Eluxe Magazine and Feelgood Style, among others. She enjoys fashion, cooking, art and yoga. She served on the board of directors for Toronto Zooshare Biogas Co-operative and Toronto Green Community. She currently lives in Toronto, Canada, with her 3 year-old daughter, Charlotte.