Classic Hardware of Burbank, CA, the vintage-inspired, cutting-edge jewelry and accessories company, is donating a portion of retail sales of its Endangered Creatures Collection to Born Free USA. Items range from $20 to $61.
Classic Hardware is best known for its “Retrolite and image-based jewelry,” as well as its eye-catching vanity cases. Her art driven with retro inspiration, owner Karyn Cantor collaborates with modern artists to create her one-of-a-kind items. The designs have been worn by top celebrities (including Emily Blunt, Madonna, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Chris Isaak) and featured in popular TV shows (including “Glee,” “Sex and the City,” “Project Runway” and “American Idol”), and in the media (including Vanity fair, In Style, Seventeen and “The Today Show”).
According to Cantor, “This is our first official alliance with a non-profit and we are very excited about it. I knew I wanted to give a percentage of Classic Hardware profits to an organization that helps wildlife. I decided Born Free USA was the best match for our company on many levels. It has a great mission and understands the modern art style, and I think its donors will, too. We strongly believe in Born Free USA’s mission to keep wildlife in the wild!”