Tatty Devine's Studio Music

Tatty Devine's Studio Music

Charlotte Prichard, 3 April 2012

We're big fans of Studio Music, which features playlists by artists and designers. It's like Spotify, with a curator. There's something fascinating about listening to other people's playlists, especially when those people include Tracey Emin, Rob Ryan, Peter Blake, Fred Butler, Polly Morgan and more...

Music has always played a large role in Tatty Devine, providing the soundtrack to the design process and even inspiring the jewellery itself. If we aren't debating Beyoncé's latest video, we're hunting down new songs to make us dance at our desks. Luckily, Studio Music asked Team Tatty for our work playlist, providing the perfect opportunity to showcase our favourite tracks.

Find out which tracks made the grade and listen to our ultimate playlist here.

Some of our most iconic pieces take their inspiration from music. Back when Tatty Devine began, Harriet lived with lots of boys in bands who would leave plectrums all over the house. She started to collect all the different colours to make into jewellery and the Plectrum Charm Bracelet was born!

 

Fancy yourself as a bit of a guitar hero? Turn it all the way up to 11 with this Volume Brooch in white. Rock on!

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