Whilst browsing various models' websites for biography format research (favor for a friend), I caught my first sighting of the Coco Rocha for Senhoa pieces. Myself, like Ms. Rocha, having a taste for all things glamorously punk, I instantly coveted the entire collection. & after watching the video & reading the article by UK Telegraph explaining the cause for which Senhoa & Coco created the jewelry, I coveted the collection moreso, & not only coveted it but supported it wholeheartedly as I too find home in a country along similar sufferings as Cambodia. I've always yearned to see all these South East Asian countries, dystopian in politics yet utopian in nature, conquer their tribulations slowly but surely & most of all: flourish--& Senhoa is contributing toward exactly that. Though sad to see the Chantha bracelet sold out as I wished to own that the most (as well as the breathtaking Rachany), I am at the same time incredibly thrilled to see it sold out as that means people are in solidarity with Senhoa & Coco against the maltreatment of these precious Cambodian girls.
Meaning "lotus flower" in Vietnamese, Senhoa symbolizes the conquest of something beautiful rising above a muddy situation. Senhoa works toward helping women & children in Cambodia get out of & rise above lives & histories of abuse, trafficking, & exploitation. All proceeds go directly to funding Senhoa's providing shelter, education, & employment to these victims. The collaboration collection with supermodel Coco Rocha combines Swarovski crystals with the meticulous beading skills of Cambodian survivors to create the perfect fusion of fashion & humanitarianism.
|Rachany "night" 995.00|
|Sophorn "glamour" 165.00|
|Chantrea "moonlight" 195.00|
|Chantha "moon girl" 95.00|