What a night to remember!
The doors of the JewelStreet Pop-Up shop opened at 11am yesterday and welcomed London to see what we and our designers are all about.
Rebekah Ann Jewellery, Mitzi Rocks, Latelita London and Deborah Blyth were showcasing their spectacular designs, meeting the crowds and having fun with the JewelStreet team. We had a great time interviewing, taking pictures of (and with) the designers and discovering more about the jewellery they had on display in the beautiful #JewelStreetPopUp cubes.
The launch party was a roaring success; everyone was enjoying the bubbles, the jewellery and the, of course, the pink neon sign and flower wall! We saw 200 people come through our doors; happy customers conversed with the jewellers about their handcrafted designs, drank some lovely bubbles and some left with some new sparkling jewellery!
We had a great time meeting you all and cannot wait to see what the rest of the week brings! See you soon jewellery lovers!
Today we have Miglio, Gill Pottle Jewellery, Katie Mullally and Corinne Hamak showcasing their fantastic designs and sparkling jewellery in the #JewelStreetPopUp and we’ll have more bubbles this evening!
What to know some more about today's designers?
Miglio designers Jenny and Mike created their brand in the 1990’s with the core values of crafting ethically made, fashion forward jewellery in an industry saturated with mass produced pieces!
Gill Pottle’s jewellery is rich in texture, pattern, colour, contrast and movement, she draws her inspiration from Victorian architecture and her fascination for repetition and repeated pattern!
Katie Mullally calls on her Irish heritage to create vintage inspired charms with a modern edge.
“My passion for silver started early. After leaving school I worked in my Grandmother’s antique business in the Old Grays Antique Market in South Molton Street, London. It was here that my appreciation of this beautiful metal took a firm hold and where I learnt the importance of a little, yet very telling mark – a hallmark.”
Born in France and brought up in Israel to an Argentinian father and a French mother, Corinne Hamak uses her cultural roots and cosmopolitan upbringing as a source of inspiration to produce her organic and contemporary jewellery.