New Designers 2015

  • New Designers

    IJL is renowned for showcasing new design talent – and there’s no better place for retailers to discover innovative new collections than with a visit to the New Designer Area, located within the Design Gallery on the Gallery Level.

    Stands are available to designers exhibiting for the very first time at IJL who have been trading for 5 years or less. Participating designers showcase individually made pieces from original creations - all crafted with strong design principles!

    If you are interested in exhibiting, please contact us.

    2015 New Designers included:

    • Kassandra Lauren Gordon
    • Betty Balaba
    • Charlotte Parkhill
    • Sienna Bella
    • Love Lily Rose
  • Kassandra Lauren Gordon

    Kassandra Lauren Gordon is a new fine jewellery designer making pieces for professional women in both conservative and creative work environments. Gordon’s jewellery fulfils the desire of professional women to look their best at work. Her handmade precious pieces are full of character and are designed to be worn seamlessly in both professional and casual contexts. All pieces are made from precious metals and gemstones by hand from Gordon’s London studio. Her current collection is ‘Fly Me to Jupiter’, inspired by space as a symbol for boldness.

     

     

  • Betty Balaba

    As a British woman with strong African ties, Betty Balaba’s designs developed as a result of her passion for travel, which led to her dream of creating contemporary fine jewellery with equatorial influences.

    Her collections are inspired by elements of a continent, incorporating land, sea and air. While the pieces are influenced by Africa’s nature, themes and colours. The materials used in the ranges include pearls, silver and 18 carat gold set with precious stones such as diamonds and emeralds. All of this creates a series of collections that are modern and easy to wear.

     

  • Charlotte Parkhill

    Drawing inspiration from grand architecture and nature Charlotte creates stunning statement pieces that are then softened to inspire every day treasures. Working from her Cotswold studio Charlotte calls upon three generations of award winning jewellery heritage. Her current collection combines specially designed and cut gemstones with delicate patterns having utilised modern technology. Charlotte works in silver and 18ct gold.

     

  • Sienna Bella

    SIENNA BELLA is a London based jewellery brand, bringing you contemporary LUXE jewellery collections.  The Bella Ball collection has been inspired by elements of light & nature, their elegant movement, form & texture.  The collection is composed of 18K gold plated silver & semi-precious gemstones, with the option of 18K solid gold.  The designs are versatile, yet timeless with an eclectic edge.  The perfect heirloom!

  • Love Lily Rose

    British Brand Love Lily Rose offers collectable fine and sterling silver jewellery designed and handmade by Lorna Gilbey to celebrate love, life and family. Her fashion led designs are made to be layered and stacked to reflect individual style with symbolic charms that can be interpreted in different ways creating meaningful, inspirational jewellery. Her intention is to create jewellery that will become treasured keepsakes personal to the wearer. The latest collection, Essentia, was inspired by the Dream Catcher and the symbolism surrounding it. New additions to the collection, including gold vermeil options will be launching at IJL.

     

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