Who in Texas is Wearing the I Remember Bracelet?
Elizabeth Savetsky, that's who, a fashion leader who wears history on her arm.
By: I Remember Bracelet LLC
"My parents raised me to be proud of my Jewish identity and instilled in me the values and traditions of our people. I feel an overwhelming understanding of what it means to be a part of the Jewish community."
This is why, today, Elizabeth wears the I REMEMBER AGAINST GENOCIDE® bracelet. The item has a profound meaning for her.
"I'm an accessories lover", says Elizabeth, "my favorite pieces are the ones that have meaning attached to them. The intricate railroad track design of this bracelet is modeled after the routes that led many to their deaths at Auschwitz, including my great grandparents. Their blessed memory is part of our family's legacy that we hope to preserve forever."
Elizabeth authors a lively blog, ExcessoriesExpert.com. There she writes about everything from raising the bar on accessories to raising two daughters on the Upper East Side of New York City.
This gender-neutral wrist wear comes from a collection devised by fashion entrepreneur and accessory innovator, Bonnie Glogover. Bonnie is a close colleague of Elizabeth's and the daughter of Holocaust survivor, Stanley (Szlamek) Jackson Glogover, (1925 –2013) who survived as a teenager in Auschwitz where he lost his mother and siblings and twenty-eight relatives.
"Inspired by my father," says Bonnie, "I wanted to design an heirloom collection of bracelets that would honor survivors and victims of genocide, past and present.
Bonnie was also instrumental in fulfilling her father's wish to return to Auschwitz, to pray for his murdered family. Furthermore, Bonnie inspired him to become a featured interviewee in a renowned documentary film Destination Unknown (released in 2017) that recorded important testimonies from the last generation of Holocaust survivors.
The I REMEMBER BRACELET AGAINST GENOCIDE ® collection, produced in silver, 18 carat white, rose, and yellow gold and also in platinum, is designed to be gender-neutral. It's symbolic of a journey of memory and love. The words "I REMEMBER" are inscribed on the inside, with space allowed to engrave the name of a loved one or a special date.
A percentage of all purchases of the bracelet are donated to the USC Shoah Foundation: https://sfi.usc.edu/
Discover more information at: www.irememberbracelet.com