Last week I was very proud to attend Natasha Scarlet Danson’s graduate jewellery exhibition at London College of Fashion. She graduated with a BA Hons in Jewellery design and this was her chance to exhibit her Sarn Collection and preview the look book for the much awaited The House of Scarlet collection. Below are images of some my favourite pieces including the seaweed inspired necklace and cuff from the Sarn Collection and Crystalina and Taylor from The House of Scarlet Collection.
An admirer of her work is one of the industry’s legends, Carmen Dell’Orefice who is the world’s oldest working model and recently turned 80. She chose pieces from Natasha’s Sarn Collection for a photo shoot in Paris earlier this week.
Natasha is probably one of the most hard working jewellery designers I know and deserves every moment of her current and future success. Follow her on Twitter for all updates on the launch of her debut collection.
Natasha and sister Riva Danson
Seaweed inspired necklace from the Sarn Collection