Malaysian jewellery brand Kin was the product of a wonderful friendship

Athiya Hamid (left) and Zaireen Iskandar believe their jewellery will fit the style of the everyday woman.

A world of beauty can be derived from friendship. At least this is the case for Kin, a Malaysian jewellery brand founded in 2018 by two very good friends, Athiya Hamid, 31, and Zaireen Iskandar, 38.

The duo actually started out as colleagues. With a shared love for gorgeous jewellery – especially pieces that, as they put it, “would not break the bank”, it led to them creating their own.

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