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Devi Arts Collective is a women-led jewelry brand born out of the inner-desire and willful purpose to connect with people.

We represent the individual who is searching for something unique, grounded by nature, and inspired by the world. You thrive from the rush of spontaneity, the spark of a human connection, and although you are adventurous, your lifestyle is led by an ethical conscious that you adheres to as your personal responsibility.

Our Collective has been formed on the importance of people, community and connection. We strive to create strong partnerships with creative women and unite them across the globe.

Every aspect of Devi Arts Collective has been built by hand, responsibly sourced, and ethically produced. A major part of our collective is a family of 3rd generation gemstone fabrication artists in Jaipur, India who hand-cut all our gems. Their operations are not only safe, with no child labour, and fair wages, but every step of the process promotes a the highest standard of responsible jewellery practices. For them, this is their legacy that supports a future for their children, and is their calling as creative artisans. 

Meet Bayoush, the woman behind the collective

Bayoush wanted to own her beauty and confidence, while shifting the perspective that responsibly made jewelry can also be accessible and affordable.

She’s passionate about empowering women, lifting women up, and giving women a voice and the confidence they need to not only succeed, but thrive as they build upon their skills and pursue their inner passions. Through the responsible operations of Devi Arts Collective, her dedication to mentorship, and the heartwork that goes into each piece, she wants her jewelry to become a statement that allows the human wearing it to confidently express who they really are without having to say a word. 

Bayoush has spent the last 20 years travelling the world being endlessly inspired by the beauty in everything! From the connection created in a simple conversation to her abstract interpretations of the patterns in nature  to the texture on a door frame to the pattern on the floor, she is constantly absorbing every detail around her and using these moments to influence her creative process.

Many of her pieces pay homage to her proud Ethiopian background and the strength in her family heritage, while representing her ornate interpretation of the world and simple moments that show up in each piece she creates. She designs her jewelry to reflect function and form, while being strong, unique accessories that can enhance your every day.

"I like to keep my jewelry simple and playful. I love mixing and matching metals, stacking my rings, and layering a couple necklaces."