Attention shiny, happy, people! If you’re a fan of Tatty Devine and the iconic William Morris Gallery, we’ve got some exciting news for you… the gallery’s blockbuster exhibition, ‘Ashish: Fall In Love and Be More Tender’, is a must-visit for all fashion lovers and embroidery enthusiasts. Featuring over 60 stunning creations by Indian-born designer Ashish, the exhibition showcases a variety of objects that explore themes of love, identity and politics in the modern world through both American and European fashion histories and indigenous textile traditions from across the world.
In case you missed it, we collaborated with Ashish on military inspired laser cut insignia for his Spring Summer 2009 catwalk. As seen in Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, Ashish said, “I love Tatty Devine and I’m so excited that they are creating special pieces for the show.” Fast forward to 2023 and we’re thrilled to celebrate this major retrospective at the William Morris Gallery with cult designs from our twenty four year strong archive, reimagined as a new capsule of party-ready jewellery, now available in the William Morris Gallery shop. Guaranteed to make any outfit sparkle, prices start from £18.
Take it from us: the Sequin Link Necklace is an easy-to-wear showstopper, perfect to wear on a night out with your friends. Add lightweight glamour to your going out ‘fit with our Sequin Earrings, or make a bold statement with the mesmirising Sequin Statement Necklace. And if you’re looking for a subtle touch of sparkle, the Sequin Pendant is the perfect accessory for any occasion and a great gift under £20. Win win!
All Tatty Devine jewellery is designed in East London by Co-Founder and Creative Director Harriet Vine, and laser cut and handmade in Kent by our small team of expert jewellery makers. Looking for summer jewellery ideas? The hunt for your new favourite fun jewellery brand is over: add personality to any outfit with occasion jewellery handmade in the UK.
Draw inspiration from the sparkling world of Ashish and plan your visit now, plus catch up with new Tatty Devine jewellery designs, too.