Elegant Regia London Jewellery

Elegant Regia London Jewellery

I personally feel that fashion styles are an extension of our personality, which is why every style should be seen as the beauty that it holds. Now, a huge part of an outfit these days is

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Silver Bracelet – Regia London

jewellery, and that’s due to its ability to complement the individual that is wearing it. Typically, people wear jewellery because it not only looks amazing, but it also represents something, such as a wedding ring, a friendship bracelet, or a family necklace.

 

Although, some people that just enjoy the sparkles. Moreover, there are plenty of types of jewellery, and throughout my life, I’ve tried out a fair few of them. But, recently, I’ve fell in love with Regia London, which is a unique brand that focuses on a less common form of forging jewellery.

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Pict by Ana Karine

All of their products are made using the crochet technique, whereby silver or gold wire is constructed into wonderful jewellery. Everything is made in house, and the designs aren’t usually planned or influenced. So, the items are created using on-the-spot creativity, and I feel that’s why their jewellery won’t be affected by trends; the lovely designs could truly look phenomenal for a lifetime.

Nowadays, Regia London is my go-to store for all of my jewellery, and waking up each morning to put it on really brightens up my day, and puts a smile on my face. It could do that for you too, and here are three reasons why I admire this brand so much:

Handmade:

Earrings from Regia London

The fact that they’re all handmade enhances the jewellery in my opinion. Essentially, you’re not getting an item which has been mass produced, you’re getting an item which has been crafted carefully, with thought and passion. This adds an element of charm to the jewellery, and instead of viewing it as a product, you view it as something which is full of character. Plus, you get to feel like you’re part of something special!

Appearance:

Crochet jewellery is relatively rare, but the intricacy and skill make each item extremely beautiful. In addition, the visually pleasing design, plus the originality, means that I adore wearing it every single day. It enhances any outfit I wear, which means my confidence subsequently improves.

Versatile:

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Picture by Ana Karine

Regia London jewellery is very versatile and can be paired with any style of clothing, and any appearance that you desire to obtain. Whether I go out for a fancy dinner, grab a coffee with my friends, or do the weekly shopping, I always opt for my crochet jewellery. I genuinely wouldn’t swap Regia London for anything!

Ultimately, if you’re searching for something different that still looks absolutely gorgeous, then check out Regia London. They offer a wide variety of jewellery, all at affordable prices. But, the best factor, is that a crochet expert within the tight-knit Regia London team has taken the time to handcraft a stunning piece of jewellery.

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Take a look through their Instagram:@regia_london

 

Peter Twiss – A Touch of Class

Peter Twiss – A Touch of Class

Hi guys,

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Peter Twiss

I met the Peter Twiss at the London Ethnic pop up shop on Kings Road in London and fell in love with his jackets and the ethos behind the design. Peter salvages luxurious silk fabrics making the products sustainable as well as being of the very highest quality. 

He is a London based women’s wear designer who spent much of his childhood in Assam, North East India. He draws on inspirations from his childhood which are reflected in his collections and provides him with his unique signature style.

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Peter Twiss at the launch of the Adriana Chiari Magazine

Peter has studied at Central St Martins in London and the Surrey Institute of Art and Design and gained work experience with Betty Jackson and Sarah Arnett and as a freelance designer for various London Boutiques before setting up his own label.

Peter’s love of his homeland Nagaland, North East India is clear, not only through the influence it has on his designs but also through his charity work. He has helped raise funds to improve education and medical facilities along with bringing water and electricity supplied to a small rural village in Akuman, Nagaland. He returns to Nagaland twice a year where he has a studio and manufacturing base. Peter explains how his homeland inspires his collection; I find it so much easier to be creative and realise new styles when I leave the developed zone and get off the beaten track closer to nature”

I have one of Peter’s jacket that I absolutely love. The designs are perfect for me as a wheelchair user with the tight cuffs meaning they stay clean and do not rub on my wheels. 

Wearing Peter Twiss at a meeting at Innovision
 
I recently went to a party to launch the sale of the range at the Dragana Peresic store in London, met Peter again and other like-minded people in the industry, and celebrated the jackets going on sale: http://draganaperisic.com
 
Dragana and Peter share a philosophy of quality products for life and are trying to not to conform to the fashion industry’s current fast cycle but to slow it down and help customers appreciate real quality and style.
 
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His collection at Dragana Perisic this month.

This week there is a  25% discount of Peter Twiss jackets at the Dragana Peresic. I would recommend you visit the store and see these beautiful jackets for yourself. 

 
For further information visit: http://www.petertwiss.com
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I am wearing Peter Twiss at Regents Park.
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Peter Twiss and Regia London. What a combination!
Project Behind the Scars on Daily Mail

Project Behind the Scars on Daily Mail

The stories behind their scars: Brave men and women share how fires, abuse, and illness altered their appearance forever in deeply personal revelations

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Behind the Scars Project

Revealing imperfections can be intimidating in a society obsessed with photo filters and social media selfies.

… Speaking to FEMAIL, London-based photographer Sophie Mayenne explained she launched her project ‘Behind The Scars‘ to give people a chance to share the stories behind their scars – and how they learned to embrace them. 

Each person featured has a personal story which they’ve lived with and transformed into a way to empower themselves. Here, some share their story with FEMAIL…

To see more people that got involved please read the full article on:

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5259409/Would-share-real-story-wounds.html#ixzz54SCSQayj
All the best Sam x