Paris Fashion

This month I was lucky enough to attend Paris Fashion Week. Visiting the various PFW showrooms such as Tranoï, Premiere Classe, Capsule and Woman all of whom were very inspiring, each one had its own energy and individuality to it. The Autumn/Winter 15 collections had lots of beautiful palettes going through them along with a heavy focus on natural fabrics and colours produced from natural dyes. Fur was heavily present which was contrasted with bejewelled delicate fabrics such as silks, chiffon and netting. It was amazing to see so much talent and artistic flare packed into the three days. 




Creative happenings in Lockdown…Flourish Jewellery Project

So it’s almost been a year since I last blogged….and what a year it has been! Halfway through the 1st lockdown last summer, my colleague and fellow jeweller Lisa Arnott…Read More

Paper Play

I’ve always retreated into making and keeping my hands busy in times of uncertainty. Over these four weeks of lockdown, I’ve been teaching myself the art of paper flowers. Having…Read More

Munich Jewellery Week 2020

A few weeks ago before the world started to change beyond recognition, I was lucky to attend Munich Jewellery Week with my colleague Lisa Arnott and the group of…Read More

Heat Exchange || Symposium

On the 19th of February a fantastic symposium will be taking place in St Andrews to complement the international touring exhibition Heat Exchange || . The day will focus on…Read More

Enamel Pop Up Event St Andrews 

This coming Saturday (12th December) 11:30pm-3:30pm I will be at St Andrews Museum taking part in Fife Contemporary Art & Craft’s pop up display and retail event as part of…Read More