take 5: Harriet Vine
After taking a summer break take 5 is back!
5 insights, 5 questions, 5 pounds
The take 5 format is simple. We invite a designer to share five insights (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).
With several of her quirky and colourful necklaces between us here at Design Council, we are really excited that Harriet Vine agreed to kick off our autumn take 5 talks.
Harriet Vine studied fine art at Chelsea School of Art, and went on to co-found Tatty Devine with her pal Rosie Wolfenden. One of Britain's best-loved independent jewellery brands, Tatty Devine's signature kitsch Perspex pieces have fans across 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 year - Happy Birthday Tatty Devine!
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