Tatty Devine is famous for bright, inventive jewellery. Each piece is proudly made by hand in London under business principles of fairness and fun. It’s no surprise that the jewellery often looks more like art! Designers Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden trained at Chelsea School Of Art. Their innovative fashion accessories became a market-stall-to-department-store success story after graduating. Tatty Devine designs are now instantly recognisable, and the pair have worked with Rob Ryan, Tate, Selfridges and Gilbert & George. Bright acrylic shapes are Tatty Devine’s signature style, but they also explore textiles, reclaimed wood, leather and veneers. There are two Tatty Devine boutiques in London and over 100 stockists worldwide! A new collection is launched each season at international Fashion Weeks, and there is also a capsule collection of 50 classic pieces called, simply, The Best Of Tatty Devine. This witty, offbeat brand is a cult classic of British fashion.