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Posts Tagged ‘Mrs Jones’

EA Burns: an interview with ethical jewellery designer Lizzie Burns

The new collection from EA Burns is powerful jewellery at its finest: Ancient Rites is constructed entirely from ethically sourced materials and made in the UK: and it looks GREAT.

Written by Amelia Gregory

EA Burns, Ancient Rites by Rebecca May Higgins
EA Burns, Ancient Rites by Rebecca May Higgins.

Jewellery by Lizzie Burns first caught my eye on a market stall several years ago, and since then her work has gone from strength to strength. With a new website just launched and her wonderful new collection Ancient Rites now on sale, it's time to catch up with the woman behind EA Burns.

EA Burns ancient rites
I love the fact that you produce an ethical collection that is also fashion forward - what prompted a move in this direction?
I really felt that (and still do) that designers have a responsibility to work ethically. We're creative and there's no reason why a good designer can't be more experimental and work with less used materials or processes to create pieces which are still exciting but far less poluting or socially problematic.

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London Fashion Week S/S 2011 Party: Tatty Devine

Probably the only Wild West themed jewellery party I’ll ever get to go to, read my review of Tatty Devine’s great night with illustrations from Joana Faria...

Written by Florence Massey

Illustration by Joana Faria Nearing the end of fashion week, ed stuff everyone begins to look forward to a little light relief and a break from running from venue to […]

Tatty Devine and Supermarket Sarah Launch Party!

Supermarket Sarah joins forces with Tatty Devine at their Brick Lane store in East London, bringing her unique merchandising with her…

Written by Katie Antoniou

Feelin’ hot hot hot… we arrived at the field with a blanket and straw hat, viagra stuff and headed straight to the bar. Queuing for what felt like a life-time […]