reporter: Miguel Dominguez
On February 2nd, British jewelry designers Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine, the creative brains behind Tatty Devine were at hand in NYC to present their beautiful collection along with their new book release How To Make Jewelry, and what better place than Patricia Field boutique, which will be carrying their wearable art pieces made from laser cut lucite and assembled by hand, which can be custom designed when ordered.
Rosie and Harriet founded theTatty Devine jewelry company in 1999, which is located in the East End of London, now with two stores in the UK and several retail stores across the US. They graduated from the Chelsea School of Art, and started out by making wrist cuffs and selling them at the Portobello and Spitalfield Markets in London.
Tatty Devine has collaborated in creating jewelry with talent in the Art, Music and Fashion industries. Among them Chicks on Speed, Louise Gray, Peter Jensen, Rob Ryan and Gilbert & George, as well as making designs for the Tate, the Victoria & Albert Museum, and Selfridges.
|Tatty Devine jewelry can be easily customized with order cards|
|Kristen Pakuette, Rosie, Jenny Jackson, Ingrid Nilsen and Harriet|
|Min Ree and Paul Park, who's catering company Besfren provided the scrumptious eats,|
flank a lovely carrier of their delicious deserts
|Harriet samples one of Besfren's cookies,|
kindly being offered by one of the store's mannequin
|Char Baby mans the Vodka Bar|
|Rosie and Sonja Todd, Tatty Devine Marketing Manager, with Paul Park|
|Gugu in a vulnerable pose|
As with any modern business, their attention getting bling, and it is "bling" in the classic sense of the word, can be purchased on line at https://www.tattydevine.com