be.do.co - meet our designers

Designers who want you to be inspired by the designs they have created to celebrate and support amazing conservation initiatives in Africa and Indonesia.
Designers who do care, who want to do something to ensure that we leave a better world for our children.
Our collaboration with designers is so that you can connect to these remarkable conservation projects, and give back to them through your purchases - designs that really do make a difference.

OUR DESIGNERS

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Aku Boutique

AKU Boutique is the creative expression of Agus Suryanto or Bagus as he is known to friends. The scarves he has designed for be.do.co are an exploration of color, fabric and texture, blending Indonesian tradition with contemporary design.

 

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showtheLOVE

showtheLOVE™ inspirational jewelry is hand-sculpted by Northern California designer, Jen Pleasants. Her designs for be.do.co indeed show the love for wildlife, their habitats, and the people involved in conservation.

 

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BAHAGIA

Camila began her jewelry journey after taking a silversmithing course in Australia in 2007. She began hand making every single one of her pieces in a garage, from start to finish. Now Camila works with a team of talented local artist in Bali, Indonesia. Jewellery has become her life passion.

 

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Palas

Palas – designed to collect, inspire and share.

Anna Dimond has designed a range of handcrafted jewellery specially for be.do.co using words and symbols as gestures of love and inspiration, and with a deeply personal meaning.

 

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Yasmin

Creativity must be in the blood of Yasmin Bohn, daughter of be.do.co co-founder Tori. As well as creating an inspirational range of designs for be.do.co, Yasmin is a talented contemporary dancer …

 

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