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85 Pheng Geck Avenue
Singapore, , 348271


Boheme is a fashion lifestyle blog promoting the best in South East Asian food, culture, design and selling delectable jewellery for a woman who  loves beautiful well made things that don't cost the earth

Empowering Women

We empower single Mums by training them to make jewellery so they can stay at home and look after their children. We have trained over 50 single women in Singapore and we work regularly with 5 women to provide an income.

Our Social Focus is empowering women

In a nutshell, we're a Social Enterprise empowering Single Mums by creating jewellery that'll make you look good and feel good.  What that means in practice is that your jewellery is handmade by stay-at-home Mums with no access to formal employment. We pay our Mums 40% of the costs of each item because we put people before profit. Now, you're probably wondering, what's a Style Nomad?  Put simply, if you've made your home in more than one country and consider your style eclectic, then you're one of us.  Just as importantly, if you prefer timeless style over fashion, then you'll love what we have in store.

Meet our Single Mums

These are some of the women we work with. Hear their story!

I came for the training, not sure if I could do such fine work. But in my first lesson, I made a pair of earrings! And even got a prize for it. I didn’t know that my short, stubby fingers could come up with such beautiful things. Now I made earrings for my friends and relatives and look, I am wearing my own creations!

– J, single Mum with 3 kids.

I love to learn, to improve myself. South-west CDC gave me a stall on weekend to sell my beads and jewelry. It has supported my eldest daughter through to polytechnic and now only left my 2 more children to support. I need more skills to become better at making jewellery, so I can make prettier things to sell at the market. So this place is good for me. There are volunteers who will train me to do more difficult beading, give me the patterns. When I go for classes outside, I had to pay. Here, I don’t have to pay.

– S, single Mum, staying in a 1-room flat.

Wah, I can learn a skill forever. My health is not good. Sometimes I need to go to the hospital. So I am absent from class. But I learn from training videos, so I can catch up. I am hardworking, I go home and practise with the things and tools DUA gave me. I am better and happy that I can do something – a break from looking after my nest. L, single mom of more than 5 kids. I always love hobbycraft; my daughter and I would make origami together when we are free. So when North-east CDC told me about the free skills training, I quickly signed up. My first lesson, I brought home a necklace – for my daughter. This work is suitable for me as I am a cancer survivor and sometimes my back aches, I have to rest a lot.

-E, single mom with 2 kids below 12.