We are two longtime friends who share a common appreciation for great design, whether it be from this century or centuries past; human made or organically formed; serious or just plain fun. We find inspiration in nature, architecture, vintage art, global experiences, fashion, and amazing people we’ve either already come to know or hope will we have the pleasure of doing so one day. Ultimately, we aspire to translate our love of design into wearable art!
Our Process: from the first spark of an idea, to a pencil sketch, to a digital rendering, through the etching process, and lastly back into our hands for building, our creative cycle embraces the fusion of technology and design.
Our name (pronounced EYE-la) is a tribute to our west coast roots and our appreciation for well-curated collections. We design with authenticity and integrity in a small studio on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada.
~ Roshni & Lindsay
We design our necklaces, earrings and bracelets using only premium quality finishes, which includes 14kt. yellow and rose gold fill & plating, sterling silver, sterling silver fill & plating and rhodium plating, and we only use Swarovski brand crystals.
IN THE COMMUNITY
We are committed to living consciously, to being aware of the deeper effects of our decisions, and respecting the fact that we are all interconnected with one another and our environment.
As part of this commitment we are proud to be able to support Nourish Charitable Foundation Society. This is a local non-profit that we helped co-found and currently sit on the board of. Nourish Society provides hampers of healthy, non-perishable food items to women and their children who are leaving local transition houses, which are safe havens for women and children escaping domestic abuse. When these courageous women leave the security of the transition house to start anew, their moves are often compounded by additional challenges of finding affordable childcare, transportation, and employment. Our hope is that assisting them in stocking their kitchens with healthy basics will relieve some of this initial burden.