Zara Taylor Jewellery – unusual, quirky and wonderful!

August 11th, 2011


Zara Taylor

At the recent CICI press day I was thrilled to meet the supremely talented Zara Taylor, the founder and creator of Zara Taylor London, a vintage inspired jewellery line that is attracting huge attention and a celebrity following. I was really impressed with Zara’s creations, which look and feel like beautiful lost treasures that you have uncovered in a long forgotten jewel box.

Zara’s pieces include cameos, timepieces and long pendants that are created from both vintage and vintage-inspired materials. I love the telescope that actually works, and the adorable ‘a nice cuppa rosy lea’ pendant with its delicate china cup and pink  rose. The vintage timepieces, wore on a long chain, are already gaining the approval of celebrities, with Taylor Swift showing how stylish it looks when worn as part of a smart, casual look. Lauren Pope has also been seen out and about sporting this fantastic piece.

a nice cuppa rosy lea from @Zara Taylor

Hello Sailor telescope pendant @ Zara Taylor

 

Celebrity fashionista’s are loving the Zara Taylor range. Fearne Cotton is a huge fan of the brand, whilst Jessie J, Katy B, Lisa Snowdon and Lauren Pope have all been seen wearing Zara’s unusual creations.

Fearne Cotton wearing the peace pendant

Peace Pendant as worn by Fearne from @ Zara Taylor London

Jessie J wearing @ Zara Taylor London

Zara says of her collection “I love to design jewellery that is unique. I am inspired by anything vintage and I am always on the look out for special vintage treasures.” Zara Taylor jewellery is a beautiful vintage treasure trove which will enhance any wardrobe.

For more info on Zara Taylor London, and for online sales or to find stockists, please visit  http://www.zarataylor.co.uk/

 



One Response to “Zara Taylor Jewellery – unusual, quirky and wonderful!”

  1. Emily Jayne says:

    wow, this is just gorgeous! especially like the cameo and the compass!

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