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Tatty Devine, SS24

Last night I went on a magical mystery adventure from the comfort of my own home, as Tatty Devine launched their SS24 collection Places and Spaces. I’m constantly in awe of Harriet and Rosie’s creativity and how a spark of an idea evolves to become a beautiful, often intricate piece of wearable art.

In the days BC (before covid), I think I was only able to attend one launch event. Like many things, they got taken online during lockdown and I love that they continue to opt for the online format for launches, enabling fans to join wherever they are in the world. Hearing first hand about their inspiration and the journey they go on to create each piece, helps appreciate the final pieces even more as they are shown up close on jewellery cam.

The new collection takes you to places I love (Margate and Paris), places I’ve wanted to go for years (Monet’s garden at Giverney) and new places I’ve added to my travel wishlist (Maison Bernard in Nice). Of course some of the more intricate pieces come with a price tag that reflects the amount of work that must go into making them, but there’s are smaller pieces based on the same theme that are more affordable.

My own Tatty Devine collection started about 12 years ago when a friend bought me a name necklace. I was already a Tatty admirer but had never bought anything. That necklace was the first piece in what has now become a substantial, and growing, collection.

When I finally had my ears pierced seven years ago today (I do love Timehop for giving me these reminders), I could add some of their earrings to my collection. Thanks to the community of Tatty Fans I’ve managed to add a number of wishlist items to my collection and rehome items that I reach for less. Whilst my jewellery collection includes items from various other designers, Tatty was my first love.

Two pieces from this new collection are currently on my wishlist, though I’m looking forward to hopefully seeing the whole collection in person at their recently opened Neal Street store soon. It’s always interesting to see what stands out the most online and whether you have the same reaction when you see them in person.

Which pieces stand out to you? If money was no object, which one would you buy?

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