FashWand Wildlife Jewels Inspirations & World Environment Day

on June 05, 2022
Photo: World Environment 2022 ©Azi

Wildlife Jewels Inspirations & World Environment Day!

Today is World Environment Day and the theme is Only One Earth.

There’s only one earth, full of incredibly beautiful, unimaginable and magical wildlife. From the butterfly to bees, ants, elephants, rhinos, cheetahs, birds of paradise, pelicans, egrets, cockatoos, macaws, to so many more!  These magnificent creatures are the inspirations for FashWand and the Wildlife Jewels collections. Not only are they beautiful, their science fiction like behaviors are absolutely incredible. No scientist or artist can truly mimic the beauty and behaviors observed in wildlife.

Sadly wildlife are now at risk of extinction; due to poaching, hunting, habitat destruction, oil pollution, light pollution, wildlife trafficking, illegal pet trade, plastic pollution, polyester pollution, microfiber pollution, overfishing, fishing hook and fishing line pollution, and so much more...

Wildlife are disappearing at an alarming rate, we have created this threat and we must stop it.

As part of the FashWand Wildlife Jewels collection, we collaborate with local Wildlife Conservation Foundations. Each Wildlife Jewels painting is inspired by a precious wildlife who is or has been under threat, each painting is then transformed into fashion items and decor pieces. Each piece comes with the story of the wildlife + special characteristics and behaviors of that wildlife. 

We're thrilled to be supporting charities by donating our limited edition fashion items for auction, in addition for each Wildlife Jewels item sold, FashWand contributes 20% of net profits to Wildlife Conservations Foundations to help protect Wildlife and their habitats. 

Discover Wildlife Jewels!

Are you a Wildlife Conservation nonprofit and interested in exploring collaboration opportunities? Contact us!


 I took a walk in the woods and came out taller than the trees. — Henry David Thoreau
Photo: Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve adjacent to Oil Wells ©Azi

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