- OUR COLLABORATION WITH SUE KREITZMAN FOR SELFRIDGESWhat better way to kick off 2015 than collaborating with one of our friends, renowned artist Sue Kreitzman, on an exclusive capsule collection for Selfridges’ Bright Old Things. Earlier this month we popped along to Selfridges for the launch party with Harriet and Sue… and enjoyed a cocktail or three! Do you remember Bright Young Things? Well this time Selfridges has put a spin on it, celebrating 14 inspiring individuals aged late-40s to late-80s who have created a new vocation for themselves in later life. We’ve designed three pieces exclusively for Selfridges including a Sue Kreitzman Portrait Necklace, Zeitgeist Necklace and Speech Bubble Necklace emblazoned with Sue’s iconic quote ‘Don’t wear beige – it could kill you!” We’ve been friends with Sue ever since Rosie and Harriet met her in our Brick Lane store in 2011. We’ve designed exclusive pieces of jewellery for Sue, plus her eclectic east London home featured as the backdrop for one of our shoots in 2012! So as you can imagine we jumped at the chance to work with Sue again for Bright Old Things. “Sue is such an inspiration to us – her exuberance, originality and individuality are all qualities we strive for in everything we do.” – Rosie and Harriet.
- DREAMY NEW JEWELLERYCurating a special collection for the reopening of Dreamland Inspired by the re-opening of Dreamland Margate, the UK’s original pleasure park, we’ve transformed our fairground favourites into playful new jewellery this summer. From ice cream spoons to roller disco boots and neon pink flamingos, here’s a look at some of the pieces from the collection…
- GO BANANAS FOR OUR NEW MINIONS COLLECTION!Earlier this month we posted teasers on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook asking if you had any ideas on who we’d teamed up with for our new jewellery collection. The pop of yellow and statement specs were a total giveaway, as you all guessed correctly! Say bello to our NEW Minions collection… Our five piece limited edition collection features everything that we love about Minions - their mischievous smiles, big eyes, signature overalls and bananas! We’ve even given our classic Dinosaur Necklace a Minions makeover too, what do you think? We’re not the only ones who have fallen for the Minions madness – Giles Deacon, Piers Atkinson, SJYP, Criminal Damage and Rupert Sanderson have all designed their own collections too, creating the Bellow Yellow Collection for Selfridges.
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- GET YOUR CREATIVE BUSINESS OFF THE GROUND: CASE STUDIES FROM TATTY DEVINE, PATTERNITY & DAUGHTER OF JONOur friends at London Small Business Centre outline some of the ways they can help you get your creative business off the ground, including three case studies from successful small Fashion businesses: Tatty Devine (Awarded MBEs for their services to the fashion industry) Patternity (Clients include Barbican, BBC, Somerset House, School of Life) Daughter of Jon (Range sold in Topshop, mentored by Ted Baker) Words by London Small Business Centre How to start a business? Thank God for Google. I
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