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She is known for her innovative approach to design. “I’ve never been conventional,” she says. “I always look for something different. My USP is my multi-functional jewellery, encapsulated in the ‘Transformers’ collection. It’s jewellery that is flexible, moveable and playful, which can be worn in many different ways. It is designed for today’s woman, who has so many different roles in life. A pendant can become a ring, for example, or turn inside out. A pair of long earrings and a ring can be transformed into a pair of short earrings and a bracelet. One of my pieces can be worn in 18 different ways!”
She also designed bespoke rings in rose gold and silver for Candy Crush, replicating the phone app’s distinctive designs using rubies, citrine, amethyst and emeralds.
Her latest work in progress is a piece of jewellery containing a microchip. “I don’t yet know if it will be a ring or a bracelet,” she says, “but it will execute a number of commands, such as the gems moving or lights coming on with the press of a button. I’m getting technical support from watchmakers.”
Her awards include “International Jewellery Designer of the Year”, International Trade and Export Awards 2017, “Designer of the Year”, Madame Figaro International Award 2015, Finalist “New Designer of the Year” U.K. Watch and Jewellery Awards 2014 and “Designer of the Year” London Jewellery Week 2013.