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London, United Kingdom, 2010/03/02 - During London Fashion Week, Kabiri collaborated once more with young jewellery design talent to produce vibrant window displays in their two central London stores.
Kabiri Covent Garden showcases the Daydream Nation jewellery collection for Peter Jensen. Clashing pastels with faux pearls and crochet techniques fuse for the perfect designer jewellery injection this spring/summer. This jewellery was on Peter Jensen’s catwalk last New York Fashion Week.
Kabiri Marylebone's window is taken over by the bold surreal creations of UK based Charlotte Daffern. The Acid Housewife jewellery collection is exclusive to Kabiri this season. Her interview about her collection is going to be available on Kabiri’s blog.
Nathalie Kabiri continues to source the top fine & fashion jewellery design talent and introduces them to the UK market. The LFW Series is a way to showcase Nathalie's hand picked selection each season while the fashion eye is firmly on London. With collaborations already including Fred Butler, House of Flora and Auds, the series aims to be an expanding collaboration between independent jewellery designer and Kabiri during forthcoming London Fashion Weeks.
Kabiri (kabiri.co.uk) is an independent multi-label jewellery store launched in 2004 by Nathalie Kabiri who remains at the helm as owner and buyer.
Kabiri stocks over 60 independent jewellery designers, many collections remain exclusive to Kabiri in both the UK and global market. In addition to the original Marylebone jewellery store they have unveiled a concession in Selfridges, Oxford Street and, most recently in 2008, a flagship store in the heart of Covent Garden. Kabiri has also bounded onto the runway of digital chic with its newly redesigned online jewellery store, modestly conveying its eclectic and unusual style while continuing to expose the exclusive collections of new designers to a wider audience of astute jewellery customer.
Kabiri’s eye is rarely off the mark, with their ever evolving jewellery collections the designer roster changes from month to month, keeping a steady but sparkling constant and ensuring that their designers are always kept fresh. If, however, a collection becomes too widely available in other shops they stop selling it – as it is important for customer who values the rarity of many of Kabiri’s unique jewellery collections that they maintain their exclusivity.
Nathalie Kabiri prides herself on bringing previously unseen designers to the UK and launching them in the market. Many are just out of college and Kabiri nurtures them throughout their first seasons.