With hot fashion tips, styling, fashion and beauty advice Fashion Fox takes you on an adventure in fashion.
Fairy Tales of the Unexpected: Sian Bostwick, Jeweller
Sian Bostick is a young jewellery designer Fashion Fox discovered last summer at the jewellery show: Treasure. She was listed as one of the "Hot 100" jewellers of 2013 wither her Wonderland and Nautlius collection which was based on Jules Verne's 2000 Leagues under the sea. In the nine months since Treasure she has come a long way and has created a new collection based on a Finnish Fairy Tale called the Mouse Princess.
I know it’s been a long time since we’ve corresponded (12 months to be exact), but I figured my last letter got lost in the post or in your junk mail folder, since I never got a response. I’m not being ungrateful and I truly enjoyed the pyjama set I got last year (and still use it!), but wanted to let you know what I wanted for Christmas this year: A Rolex, specifically an Oyster Everose Gold Day Date II.
Cadenzza launches flagship store in Covent Garden
There is a new kid on the block and this time it’s Swarovski's brand line, Cadenzza. Introduced in 2012, Cadenzza has been conceived as a multi-brand fashion product line with the philosophy: “jewellery isn’t just for special occasions—it’s for making every occasion special.” As a part of the Swarovski Group, Cadenzza honours over 115 years of quality and attention to detail, in an ever growing industry. Collaborating with the well-established brands such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Versace, and Oscar de la Renta, Cadenzza provides a wide selection of jewellery for fashion forward consumers looking for unique pieces in the market.
Annie Haak Jewellery
Since launching her eponymous brand in 2009, Annie Haak whose work has previously appeared in Grazia with her 2012 collection, has been on the forefront of designing classic and long-lasting jewellery. Known for her Indonesian-inspired designs and great attention to detail, Annie Haak jewellery are great staple pieces and gift options for your loved ones.
Daisy Daisy: jewellery with love inside
For a brand born amidst the cultural influences of the East mixed with the cool of Portobello Road in the seventies, it may not come as a surprise that Daisy is the go-to jewellery brand for the young and achingly hip. At the heart of Daisy lies a spirit of adventure and travel, so many of the designs reflect nostalgia for gap-year trips and childhood rites of passage. The simple, elegant pieces are so easy to wear that they’ve become a staple for celebrities and fashion editors alike. The ‘Chakra’ bracelet, a more grown-up version of the traditional friendship bracelet, has graced the pages of Vogue and Elle. Most recently Irish television presenter Laura Whitmore was snapped wearing a ‘Chakra’ necklace at V Festival (a true test of the versality of a piece) and Cara Delevingne gave her own personal stamp of approval by buying matching necklaces for herself and friend, Rita Ora.
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