ABOUT US


I'MMANY = I'm many. We are all many things in one and each side of us is worth loving and celebrating. 

I'MMANY is an independent jewellery brand since 2019. We experiment and craft with a wide range of natural and organic materials such as flowers, leaves, glass, freshwater pearls, semi-precious gemstones and eco-friendly resin. Through creating unique pieces, we hope to inspire you to appreciate the understated joys of life and the fleeting beauty of nature. 

Inspired by Nature and Everyday Objects

Nature and quirky everyday objects have inspired most of our designs - from spring flowers, summer fruits, autumn leaves to winter branches, from beach umbrellas, garden produces, sweet confectionery to anime figures. We manipulate all kinds of materials in our craft to emulate those joyful moments.

Sustainably Made by Hand

Each piece of jewellery is handmade with care in our London studio. We recycle sterling silver and beads from past collections to give them a second life through constant new designs. 

Being environmental-friendly is our mission from the beginning. We source from local suppliers whenever and wherever we can. All of our packaging materials are recyclable or bio-degradable. 

Independent, Woman-led Brand

I'MMANY is proud to be a female-founded and female-operated business. Our small, dedicated team is based in the vibrant neighbourhood of Islington, London, where we design, make and ship our products from. 
 

Giving Back to the Community

Gender equality, mental health and education are the main social endeavours that we aim to support with our business proceedings. 
Since founded, we have been donating to charities and organization in these sectors including Marie Curie(supporting people living with any terminal illness), the Loveland Foundation( providing financial assistance to women of colour seeking mental health support), and Mind Charity (supporting people with mental health problems).

 

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