This jewelry is made from plastic found in the ocean and it’s SO pretty

Ocean waste never looked so good

heart shaped island in blue ocean
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We’re obsessed with new and upcoming jewelry brands, especially when they feature on our best sustainable jewelry (opens in new tab) list so when we heard about Brit designer Hannah Warner’s new collab with Ibiza’s Orca Sound Project we knew we had to share.

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(Image credit: ORCA SOUND PROJECT)

The one-of-a-kind collection (opens in new tab) features three jewelry designs, all made from recycled ocean plastic collected from the shores of Ibiza. Jewelry lovers can choose from two ring designs and one necklace, each available in either silver or gold with three unique colourways. The collection is not the cheapest when it comes to sustainable jewelry brands but we’ve fallen in love with the ocean inspired shades featured in the recycled plastic ‘gemstones’. 

Calypso ring

silver ring with blue gem

(Image credit: Orca sound project)
CALYPSO RING, FROM $213 (opens in new tab)


Nova pendant


(Image credit: ORCE SOUND PROJECT)
NOVA PENDANT, FROM $267 (opens in new tab)


Eclipse ring


(Image credit: ORCE SOUND PROJECT)
ECLIPSE RING, FROM $240 (opens in new tab)


Orca Sound Project was born out of a need to create awareness around the amount of ocean plastic waste around the Balearic Islands and they will be donating 20% of profits to ongoing clean-up activity in Ibiza.

Jewelry designer Hannah Warner commented, “When the Orca Sound Project team showed me the staggering statistics of Ibiza’s waste problem, there was no hesitation for me to get involved in a creative project with them collaborating with their process of collecting and compressing waste plastic and reusing it to make wearable pieces of jewellery. Every consumer of each piece of the collection will be helping towards the cause.”

Known for her contemporary designs, you might have spotted Hannah Warner Jewellery designs on the likes of Rihanna in Vogue China and model Alice Dellal.

Lydia Swinscoe
Lifestyle News Editor

Lydia is a freelance travel writer, and Lifestyle News Editor at My Imperfect Life

Her travel writing has been published in BBC Good Food, Oh magazine, Harper's Bazaar UK, Town&Country, ELLE UK, MailOnline, Woman, and woman&home

She began her career compiling fashion and beauty pages for teen magazines at the BBC where she interviewed and styled some of the world's biggest pop acts—from Taylor Swift and Demi Lovato to One Direction—before joining celebrity magazine Now, as Fashion and Beauty Director, and later Woman magazine as Lifestyle Director.

Travel has been a constant passion over the course of Lydia’s 14-year career. At 19, she took her first solo trip to Guatemala, Belize, and Mexico and has gone on to explore parts of 53 countries, returning to many often. 

At 23, she quit her job and traveled out of a backpack for a year, living on just $26 (£20) a day. Of the 15 countries she visited, 13 were explored by land in a bid to cut her carbon footprint. Some highlights from the trip include a teaching by the Dalai Lama in the foothills of the Himalayas, sleeping on the world's largest salt flat, Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, and being completely overwhelmed by the magnificent Iguazu Falls on the Argentina-Brazil border.

In 2015 Lydia traveled solo through India and Nepal for three months, visiting some of the most spiritual places in the world, and completing Nepal’s Annapurna Base Camp trek over the course of nine days. 

In 2021 she spent three months traveling solo through Portugal and Spain where she was on a mission to hunt out the best restaurants, find one-off boutique hotels and visit incredible art exhibitions. 

Day-to-day she manages a global team of nine news writers and oversees news content on My Imperfect Life

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