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Meet the Banneya Designers: In Store Event

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On Wednesday 11th October, our pop-up transformed into our Meet the Designers event. For a while now, Banneya London and the designers behind our exclusive collections have only existed in the digital realm. You’ve seen the website and maybe you’ve seen the Instagram but we haven’t yet taken a tangible form and this was the exact intention of our pop-up in Belgravia. We’re currently using our pop-up to physically introduce ourselves and our designers to you and get to know our clients a little better.


To do this, we hosted a meet and greet evening with some of our designers so they were on-hand to answer questions and queries about the fine jewellery they created for us. They wanted to get on a personal level and reveal all, like their inspiration for their collection, what they’re up to now and what’s on the horizon for them in partnership with us. So maybe, there were a few sneak peeks… The designers that were in attendance were Allegra Hicks and her Olive Branch collection, Flora Bhattachary and her Whirl collection, Vanessa Gillespie and her Aurelia collection, Sari Räthel and their Distal rings, Dalia Daou and her Tessera collection and Phillipe Cogoli and his Cogoli cufflinks. So, it was a full house.

eventblog-2.jpg#asset:7701All our collections were on show meaning if you saw a piece you liked, you could try it on, then head over to the in-store iPads and customise to your hearts content until it was the perfect fit for you. Not only did attendees partake in some interactive jewellery creating but Pierre Hermes supplied us with their irresistible Macarons and the champagne flowed! Thank you to all who could attend and we hope you enjoyed yourselves as much as we did.

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