Since graduating from Central Saint Martins in 2009, Daisy Knights has established herself as the go to brand for British designer jewellery. Daisy’s pieces are regularly featured in top fashion magazines; with fashion editors giving standout acclaim to her designs.
Dinny Hall’s talent was highlighted whilst studying at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art & Design when the luxury London department store Liberty purchased her entire graduate collection, a the relationship continues to this very day.
Birmingham based designer Fei Liu was born in Chong Qin, China. While visiting Hong Kong at the age of 19, Liu became transfixed by gemstones and how no two stones are ever the same. This formative experience led him to study at the world renowned Birmingham School of Jewellery.
Gina Stewart Cox
A unisex brand, incorporating the best of global influences, but also adding a gentle English twist. Now based in London and is proud to be working with The Elephant Conservation Network (ECN) to help resolve the elephant/human conflict in west Thailand.
Surpassing a decade of excellence in the luxury industry, Creative Director Mawi Keivom's unconventional view of the world finds form in the depths of East London by focussing on intimate details and individual characteristics.
From an established Hatton Garden background, Leane forged a long-standing collaboration with the late Alexander McQueen, creating provocative catwalk jewels that have become iconic milestones in the art of couture jewellery.
Zoe and Morgan
Sisters Ruth and Zoe and brother Morgan stay true to their well-traveled ways (Ruth lives in London, Zoe in NZ, and Morgan in Bali), and it's apparent in their work, which references everything from traditional tribal jewelry to ancient myths.