The Jewellery Cut Live returns during LFW 2020

The Jewellery Cut Live will be returning for its fourth season in February 2020 with a two-day jewellery show during London Fashion Week on the Sunday 16th & Monday 17th February at the Royal Institution on Albemarle Street in London’s Mayfair.

For those who may not know, The Jewellery Cut is a digital editorial platform launched in 2018, by Rachael Taylor and Andrew Martyniuk, to elevate and support contemporary jewellery in the UK as well as inspire and educate a new audience about jewellery. Their biannual event The Jewellery Cut Live aims to bring the jewels off the screen and create a real-life experience for their readers.

The upcoming show will feature the work of independent jewellery designers including UK Jewellery Designer of the Year Julien Riad Sahyoun, Deborah Blyth, Noor Shamma, MyriamSOS, Alexandra Jacoumis, Aria Designs, and Vanessa Pederzani to name just a few, as well as Baroque Rocks, a curator of vintage gold jewels. Those attending the event will be able to meet the designers, browse the jewellery, and even buy pieces! The Jewellery Cut Live also includes a series of jewellery talks and mini events throughout the two days and the February edition will include a late-night shopping event on Monday 17th from 6:00pm – 9:00pm.

General entry to the show is free if you book your tickets in advance through Eventbrite, otherwise they are £10 on the door. Guests can also upgrade to a VIP ticket which includes a glass of champagne and goody bag, with Early Bird prices from £15 (standard ticket price is £20). This season, The Jewellery Cut have also introduced the AAA Pass which will give guests all the benefits of a VIP ticket as well as complimentary tea and coffee both days, access to the otherwise invite-only VIP party and unlimited entry to the event’s series of popular talks, usually priced at £20 each (the AAA is available for £80 for an Early Bird or £100 standard).

Have a look through the September event to see what you can expect:

We look forward to seeing you there!
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