Ana Dyla jewellery empowers women to fully express their personal style and create their own legacy This sister-owned brand, which has been featured in ELLE, Harper's Bazaar and Cosmopolitan among others, crafts pieces that look and feel one of a kind, fusing modern design with sustainability: the company often uses upcycled materials and fairly traded stones, prioritising conscious production.
Hatice Tekin is a creative entrepreneur with a love for fair fashion, business and people. H Fuelled by enthusiasm and drive, Hatice mixes her passion for social justice with her interest for fashion by creating statement-making, yet fairly produced designs.
“Jewellery is a reflection of the woman who wears it. From her personal style to what she believes in, what she has been through and where she is going. As women, we fulfil many roles. Ana Dyla challenges you to tell your unique story - without hesitation, unapologetically.”
Ana Dyla chooses responsible materials by supporting the principles for transparency laid out by the Kimberley Process – a scheme that aims to prevent conflict in gemstone sourcing. Any stones not conforming to this scheme are refused by the brand, which also prioritises recycled metals. The brand's gold and silver is sourced from the Borsa Istanbul Precious Metal Lending Market, following their guidance for sourcing metals responsibly.
In order to promote economic equality, Ana Dyla aims to provide sustainable jobs in the jewellery industry. The brand is committed to ensuring each individual in their team and their partners feel valued, respected and protected.
With the goal to create jewellery that's as sustainable as possible, Ana Dyla constantly strives towards a circular business model.
All packaging is as close to circularity as possible, and FSC-certified.
Metals are commonly vegan, so Ana Dyla's designs are automatically vegan-friendly.
To discover more like this, visit our sustainable and ethical jewellery collections.