Founder, Designer & Creator Ayesha [eye-sha] Pirbhai Fardell

Elle Qui Vit 

 Born from the name, Ayesha, meaning "She Who Lives," Elle Qui Vit explores notions of the Divine Feminine through the ages. Mystical and symbolic adornments tell the stories of womanhood, celebrating the history, art, culture, wisdom, beauty, spirituality and intuition of BIWOC.

Made in Los Angeles with a deep sense of integrity, each piece of jewelry is created with recycled metals, ethically sourced natural stones and hand-fused glass gems. Along with inspired collections, Elle Qui Vit specializes in custom commissions for distinctive pieces of fine jewelry, including engagement rings and wedding bands.

Instagram: @elle.qui.vit



Our Commitment to the Radical Monarchs  
My work as a Brown South Asian Woman is to fight for the empowerment of the Divine Feminine within all BIWOC. Part of that work is making a long term commitment to an organization that creates lasting change. After extensive research exploring so many incredible organizations, I found the one that spoke most strongly to Elle Qui Vit’s mission. 
The Radical Monarchs “empower young girls of color so that they stay rooted in their collective power, brilliance and leadership in order to make the world a more radical place.” They are troops, like Girl Scouts, but of Black and Brown Girls, learning to embrace their individuality, immerse themselves in their unique cultures, and stand up to injustice in all forms. They are a sisterhood of empowered leaders, earning their badges through lessons that affirm the beauty of their being, and honor the being of others.  
Elle Qui Vit donates 10% of sales from each Collection purchase made through our website to Radical Monarchs. As our business grows we will continue to expand our offering and are exploring ways to be more involved in this soul sister organization.    
I hope that you join us in our support of this incredibly impactful organization, find out more about the Radical Monarchs at