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MAM

Fashion | June 7, 2020 |

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MAM is an ethical fashion brand from Barcelona. MAM creates innovative designs that are revolutionizing the way you use accessories. MAM creates genderless pieces that you can customize in a creative way. MAM is more than a brand, it is a creative community. At MAM we design products without rules or stereotypes that are revolutionizing the way we use accessories. We create genderless pieces that give you the freedom to personalize and explore your individuality in a creative way.

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MAM was founded by Jordi Enrique Albert and Anthya Tirado. We started MAM with the aim to bring to our creative community a brand that would reflect our vision of the world, both on a design and a manufacturing level, by being as ethical with the environment as possible. We began this adventure by designing wooden watches. After just one year, we managed to challenge the properties of wood and create the thinnest watch on the market, becoming a watch brand with an innovative style and unique aesthetics.

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We decided to keep exploring new territory based on MAM‘s DNA – that’s how we came up with our first jewelry and leather goods collection. It’s a new line designed so that each individual can create their own custom look, adding a distinctive and groundbreaking touch to their style. Our current motivation is to continue revolutionizing the way we wear and use accessories. We want to create functional and genderless garments that provide the freedom to personalize and explore the individuality of each person in a creative way.

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INTRODUCING MAM TRANS COLLECTION

A new set of jewelry meant to prove that a strong spirit transcends shape, skin, or convention. Rings, bracelets, and ear-cuffs finished in 24K gold and sterling silver. An edgy yet balanced reinterpretation of the classics. Genderless designs graced with the strength and irreverence of nature.

The TRANS Collection is more than jewelry. In the right hands, it becomes a tool for freedom. Each piece is designed to express the singularity of its owner; it’s a chance to let your creative subconscious speak. They’re so captivating, they don’t need anything to help them shine. So unique, you can mix and match them as you wish.

Jewelry created for those who don’t need crowns. Designs envisioned for those who stand out and use their voice. A sparkling reminder that minimalism is so much more than simplicity.

more. www.mamoriginals.com

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