Tatty Devine celebrates 15 years at Southbank Centre
Tatty Devine is officially fifteen! We're very excited to launch our Charm Necklace Workshops this weekend at Southbank Centre as part of our month long 15th Birthday residency. You might have already spotted some sneaky peeks on Instagram but we wanted to give you an official virtual tour of the workshop space and pop up shop! Step this way to go behind the scenes at Thursday's exclusive press preview...
We're here! You can't miss us at the Southbank Centre Shop at Royal Festival Hall...
It wouldn't be a party without treats and our guests enjoyed rainbow fruit, mini pastries, a glass of bubbly (or two!) and sipped orange juice in the cutest mini milk bottles by Bespoke Barware.
Who better than Rosie and Harriet to share the story behind the 15th Birthday Collection with the assembled crowd of journalists and bloggers? You'll find key pieces from our Classic and Autumn Winter 2014 collections on sale, too.
It's never too early to get crafting so we gave our guests the chance to try our jewellery making workshops for themselves.Choosing the perfect combination of glittering Swarovski crystals proved rather tricky...
... But with our jewellery making experts on hand, everyone soon picked up the technique and created their own unique Charm Necklace!
“Southbank Centre is such an iconic institution and it feels like the perfect place to celebrate 15 years of Tatty Devine. We can't wait for the jewellery making workshops to launch this weekend - and to see the amazing Charm Necklaces everyone will create!”
- Harriet and Rosie
Planning a visit to our Southbank Centre jewellery making workshops? Find all the dates, details and more here. Don't forget to tweet and Instagram snaps of your finished Charm Necklaces with the hashtag #TD15, too!
Thank you to our photographer Lucas Sinclair of Farelight Productions for capturing all the fun, too!
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With over 30 colours, 5 fonts and an abundance of super cute charms, the original Tatty...Alice Barnes