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Celebrating British Women in Jewellery Design – Jenny Packham

By Amanda Evans 4 Minute Read

Whilst we celebrate International Women’s Day in March, now more than ever is the perfect time to take our hats off and applaud the talented female jewellery designers that light up our lives with sparkle.

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Here at Goldsmiths, we are lucky to house a wealthy representation of luxury jewellery brands, with accomplished women as their driving force. These women have harnessed their past, present and future to build brands that each sing to unique audiences. With a commonality of passion and creative flair within their DNA, they navigate their brand through today’s world, skilfully crafting exquisite jewellery that reflects their own life experiences, fused with an innate love to create something beautiful.

Whilst we applaud all designers who front our luxury jewellery brands, today we would like to shine the spotlight upon British Designer, Jenny Packham.

Introducing Jenny Packham

If you don’t recognise the name Jenny Packham, then where have you been these last 35 years?! Yes, this inspirational British designer has been on the scene since 1988 when the Jenny Packham brand was first founded. Packham had studied fashion and graduated with first class honors from the renowned Saint Martin’s School of Art. Her talent was undeniable, and Packham launched onto the fashion scene with a focus upon evening wear and bridal.

Her exquisite designs harnessed beauty and intricacy and attracted a wealth of attention as they cloaked Royals and A-list celebrities on the red carpet. With clients such as Jennifer Lopez, Kate Winslet, Angelina Jolie, Beyoncé, Sarah Jessica Parker, and The Duchess of Cambridge, to name just a few, it was clear that Packham had found fame and recognition and a rich following of admirers.

Fast forward to today, and Jenny Packham has become one of the most successful and independent fashion brands. Always evolving to meet the needs of the women of today, the Jenny Packham brand also now comprises a ready-to-wear and resort collection, accessories, and finally, an exclusive diamond jewellery collection in collaboration with Goldsmiths.

The Inspiration Behind the works of Jenny Packham

Vintage style has always been quite apparent throughout the designs of Jenny Packham, with ethereal and whimsical styles harnessed with a touch of magic and a modern twist, gracing red carpet events and evening occasionwear. As Packham branched into bridal jewellery, it added an extra dimension to her talents – with her love of sparkles and becoming a key part of someone’s history and cherished memories, diamonds became her new best friend.

Jenny Packham Jewellery at Goldsmiths

The exclusive Jenny Packham Diamond Jewellery Collection at Goldsmiths launched in 2018. Romantic, feminine, and intricate, each design epitomises the sophistication and elegance that this iconic British designer is best known for.

Her showstopping designs have been inspired by travels to some of the world’s most romantic destinations, including Paris, Portofino, St Lucia, and Amalfi. Treasured memories of these most beautiful locations have been channeled into her designs to create unique and intricate bridal jewellery with a contemporary twist.

Modern-vintage styles sparkle with glamour, geometric shapes and distinguished cuts are reminiscent of an art-deco influence, and contemporary designs combined with classic shapes create beautifully unique pieces of jewellery for the modern or traditional bride, or for the woman who seeks timeless and elegant diamond jewellery for her jewellery wardrobe.

Discover Jenny Packham diamond jewellery here at Goldsmiths online or visit us in store at one of our showrooms where our jewellery experts will be delighted to help you find the perfect piece.

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