London based Handbag designer Madeleine St Clair is thrilled to be launching her Debut Jewellery collection at Somerset House from 21st to 24th March, at the Startup Showcase. Which will also feature 100 creative businesses showcasing the hottest products and services of 2013.
Luxury handbag designer Madeleine St. Clair is launching her debut jewellery collection for SS13 which has been inspired by the glamour and elegance of the 1920s and 30s Art Deco era.
The handbag designer is thrilled to be launching her Debut Jewellery collection at the School for Creative Startups showcase event on March 21st to 24th.
Madeleine said "I have Sought to design pieces that can provide exceptional value to the fashion savvy consumer who is dedicated to building her vintage jewellery collection with unique accessories."
The collection embraces the vibrant colour trends of SS13 with emerald, jade, dusk blue, violet, nectarine, poppy red and lemon zest reflecting the classic topaz, crystal and hematite widely used in the Art Deco era.
Madeleine grew up immersed in accessories as the daughter of the influential Australian fashion designer Lorraine St. Clair. Madeleine says,
"I spent many a school holiday in the design rooms in LA of this company watching my mother design the collection so when I decided to extend my range, it was a natural step for me to go to the archives of my mother's designs and revive pieces that I remember well and love, adding to the collection to update it for this season's trends."
The Madeleine St Clair jewellery collection is designed to respect the details of period pieces while offering fresh design interpretations to fit today's styles and fashions.
The showcase will be a two day creative festive like no other. It will feature the hottest creative products of 2013.
Contact DetailsCompany Name: Madeleine St Clair LtdIssued By: Madeleine St ClairPhone: 02087728744Address: 78 Clapham Common SouthsideCity: .State: .Zip: SW4 9DGCountry: United StatesWebsite: Visit the website
by Madeleine St Clair (few years ago!)