Our designs are made to be re-made
We want to change the way the world wears fashion accessories
Why we RE-designed the Hoop earrings
Hoop earrings are one of the oldest fashion trends alive and a staple of many cultures. It continues to evolve as both a fashion accessory and a symbol of strength. Our take on the hoop earrings aims to bring a new perspective on the centuries old accessory and issues like fashion's impact on the planet. We merge circularity and gender-neutral style through innovative design, technology and renewable materials to create a New Kind of Hoop for the eco-conscious generation. At DEZEN, we believe doing good is looking good.
No Seasonal Collections No Sale
We are a zero-waste brand who produces locally, which means we don't have wasteful practices like overseas shipment, and ordering high quantities months in advance to receive competitive pricing, we produce only the quantity needed therefore don't have overstock inventory to put on sale. We believe products should always have a fair price for the consumer, the retailers and the people who make them.
Let's work together to close the loop. If you are interested to join our EnCircle pilot program please fill this form.
We focus on good design and the expression of color, so you can create your own unique look with DEZEN whether wearing timeless essentials like a Little Black Dress, All-White Sneakers or a Tan Coat and anything else...
History / Fun facts
- The oldest earrings discovered belong to a Sumerian woman who lived in Mesopotamia 2500 BC around the same time some of the first people had hoops were along the river Nile, Nubia civilization in Africa
- Early doctors believed that earrings cured headaches and improved eyesight
- They were given to young sailors to commemorate their first crossing of the equator or Cape Horn, the southernmost tip of South America
- Fast-forwarding about a century, hoop earrings became synonymous with female empowerment during the ‘60s and ‘70s and were the accessory of choice to make a statement especially became a symbol for strength, resistance, and unity among communities of color, exhibited at MoMA's Is Fashion Modern? in 2017