We're very excited to announce Tatty Devine's creative director Harriet Vine MBE will be our next take 5 speaker on 25 September! 

Harriet studied fine art at Chelsea School of Art, and went on to co-found Tatty Devine with her pal Rosie Wolfenden MBE. One of Britain's best-loved independent jewellery brands, Tatty Devine's signature kitsch Perspex pieces have a huge fan base all around the world.   

We love that Harriet's sense of fun is still a driving force behind the company, which is celebrating its 15th birthday this September with a month long residency at Southbank Centre - Happy Birthday Tatty Devine!

5 insights, 5 questions, 5 pounds

If you haven't joined us for a take 5 talk before, the format couldn't be simpler. We invite a designer to share five insights with our audience (spending about five minutes on each one). Then we open up to the floor for five questions. And tickets cost just £5 (including a free drink)! The event will be held at our office in the Angel Building in London.

Event details: 25 September, 6:30-7:30pm, London. 

Book your £5 ticket and join us for what is sure to be a unique and truly inspiring evening!

 

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