Just in: The Rock Vault Dozen new Collection for London Fashion Week Exhibition

by - Wednesday, August 01, 2012


This morning my inbox was filled with exciting new season topics and events, the Breaking news came in through the British Fashion Council regarding that they have announced that the Rock Vault Dozen has set a new collaboration.

  Rock Vault Dozen new collaboration is set to see twelve jewellers to be invited to design a ring created from an up and ounce of the precious metal, Palladium. These rings are set to be showcased in a dedicated exhibit as apart of the BFC’s Rock Vault, sponsored by the International Palladium Board and curated by Stephen Webster, during London fashion week September 2012.

  The Rock Vault was only launched February this year as apart of BFC’s unique showcasing creative aspect, in fine jewellery talent in London and to give designers the opportunity to further develop their business and increase exposure within the UK and International retailers and media.

  The designers brand selected to take part in this unique showcasing are Alexandra Jefford, Fernando Jorge, Hannah Martin, Hiller, Husam El Odeh, Imogen Belfield, Jo Hayes Ward, Jordan Askill, Melanie Georgacopoulos, Sophie Bille Brahe and Tomasz Donocik and Yunus and Eliza.

  Stephen Webster comments, “The Rock Vault Dozen is the first incentive illustrating how this extraordinary platform for emerging, British-based jewellery talent can embrace and collaborate with the ever changing economics of the industry. Palladium, an ancient metal with newly acquired precious status, therefore new to many, is introduced to the consumer through the creative genius of the designers within Rock Vault. BFC, the panel and the International Palladium Board are very excited by the exceptional level of creativity generated by the RVD and look forward to the unveiling during the upcoming LFW.”

  This creative and unique showcase of jewellery will be shown within Somerset house, which holds London fashion week’s exhibition during the spring and summer and autumn and winter seasons.

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