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A right royal jewellery collection

22 Aug
One of the brands which never fails to catch my eye at the fabulous Push PR press days is Regal Rose. Their collections are heavily inspired by current fashion and street style, it’s no wonder their pieces are real conversation starters. Twins Rebecca and Louisa Warwick have a knack for capturing the mode du jour of style blogs, where each piece is visually interesting. Whether you’re a Woodstock Hippy, Green Goddess or Rock Chick, they have a collection full to the brim with covetable pieces. I love the bold turquoise stones and feathery dreamcatcher details of the hippy collection, the gilt golden pieces in the Greek collection and pretty much everything in the Rock Chick collection. As regular readers will know, I have a thing for quirky jewellery, knuckledusters and crucifixes. Luckily, the price points are low enough so you don’t have to choose your favourite piece…

Push PR Autumn/Winter 2011 press day

21 Jun

Push PR are one of my favourite PR firms, not least because they represent some very cool and quirky little brands. At the Autumn/Winter 2011 press day, I caught up with some of my favourite brands and also discovered some new ones, namely gorgeous goods at Gigi Vintage and Jasper Garvida’s luscious bridal collection. 

Vintage Dior and YSL sunglasses at Gigi Vintage

Jasper Garvida‘s bridal collection. Stunning from afar but absolutely beautiful close up, the amount of work that has gone into each piece is staggering. 

EC One have got some beautiful, elegant and very simple jewellery for next season. 

Eastern Mystic have some beautiful spike jewellery. Obviously, I loved these. The bracelets are made out of pretty stones but the sharp spikes really toughen them up/ 

Regal Rose are newly represented by Push PR and I instantly fell in love. The pieces are very distinctive and have a slightly Gothic edge, they would pretty much feel at home in my jewellery box. I spent a lot of time playing with the knuckle duster rings, but ultimately the full finger ring was my favourite piece, just. The price points are relatively low too which is great because you won’t want to stop at just one or two pieces. Want. It. All.