Thursday, November 15, 2012


Hello everyone!

Apologises its been a while but we've been swamped with our charity events and orders but on a lighter note, we've created some fun fresh pieces that have come in just in time for Christmas and for a great cause.

Kanch designed these Atma Arm Candy bracelets and are handmade and braided together with neon strings. Kanch embellished the bracelet with Swarovski mud balls with a brass, silver plated centre piece.

As some of you know Kanch is the founder of Hong Kong chapter, charity Atma and every month we've created an event to raise awareness for the foundation.

Kanch was inspired by the Arm Candy trend which has always been popular to stack and coordinate them, such as gold and bronze base metals together with accent colours or boho thread bracelets.
Usually, you don't mix base metal colours together like gold and silver, but stick to one and build from there.

Bangles have also been a large contender for the Arm Candy trend and mixing and matching has always been a fun task for us. Carefully deciding which bracelets go together and which ones should be put in the "maybe for next time" pile.

This trend will never go out of style as bracelets will come and go but the art of stacking them and creating a chunkier or simpler stack.

The bracelets are the set, 3 for $400 HKD and 1 piece for $150 HKD and 50% goes to Atma. 

Please email me if you'd like to purchase them as a gift or for yourself- 

20% of India’s poor have no access to education. 86% have no access to technical and vocational training; 45% drop out before eighth grade.  By 2015, 65% of Indian population will be youth. By 2050, 50% of  the world’s illiterate will be in India. Supporting quality education for all children. To build the capacity of NGOs and the development sector as a while through effective and profound partnerships with the organisations that work in the areas of education, children and community development.

When I first read this I was totally shocked, as India has the second largest population in the world and 50% of worlds illiterate wil be in India is a very sad and chilling statistic.
Everyone deserves a fair shot at an education and knowledge is so important to survive in a modern world so Kanchan Couture is 100% dedicated to getting the word out there and hopefully change this.

Stay tuned for more events!


Love, Petra

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