Marie Kondo's Very First Collaboration Is Here

Here's a reason to keep your things together, at all times.

The Most Stunning Organization Set Our Eyes Have Seen
Courtesy of Cuyana.

You know that feeling when you decide exactly which earrings you want to wear, find one, and then realize, the other half of the pair is nowhere in sight? We hate to see it happen, which is why we're beyond excited about a brand-new collaboration, which aims to keep your favorite pieces safe and organized at all times. 

The Most Stunning Organization Set Our Eyes Have Seen
Courtesy of Cuyana.

San Francisco-based leather accessories experts, Cuyana, and master of organization, Marie Kondo, teamed up to create a special range of leather jewelry cases. Kondo, who is known for transforming cluttered homes into spaces of serenity, believes that in a world of so much “stuff,” it’s imperative to buy and keep what you treasure – those things that truly bring joy.

In her first collaboration, the less-is-more queen is excited to share her signature "KonMari" method of organization and storage as a way of finding joy. Karla Gallardo and Shilpa Shah, founders of Cuyana, hope to bring women a source of joy, too. By offering high-quality and cutting-edge leather goods, Cuyana seeks to inspire women to celebrate their daily tasks with a collection of streamlined essentials. Together, the progressive entrepreneurs present a product that is both beautiful and useful. 

The Most Stunning Organization Set Our Eyes Have Seen
Courtesy of Cuyana.

The collaborative collection includes three mini leather cases, retailing at $180. The cases are designed to fit perfectly inside a larger jewelry box that retails for $115. The set will come in three color schemes: fun, love, and joy. The themes behind the color schemes are inspired by emotions that Kondo has explored in her work.

To find out more about Cuyana and Marie Kondo's collaboration, click here

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