Tatty Devine is Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden. The two designers set up the company ten years ago, and still run it completely independently. A witty, offbeat brand, Tatty Devine has become a cult classic of British fashion.
Harriet and Rosie still design every piece, and 99% of the jewellery is made by hand in Tatty Devine's own workshops (one in London and one in Kent). Each year, two main collections are launched at London Fashion Week, and there's a permanent collection of popular classics called The Best Of Tatty Devine.
There are over 100 Tatty Devine stockists worldwide (contact us to find your nearest one, or to become a stockist). Popular in Japan, America, Australia and Europe, Tatty Devine has always attracted people with their own unique sense of style.
Rankin shot a dress covered in Tatty Devine brooches to celebrate 25 years of London Fashion Week, and Dazed & Confusedmagazine list Tatty Devine as one of the top 50 coolest brands in the world.
"We're proud to represent British design around the world," says Rosie. And, as Tatty Devine continues to grow from a grassroots DIY company into a worldwide brand, Harriet adds "we've always been motivated by fun and independence."
Tatty Devine is a witty, offbeat jewellery brand that has become a cult classic of British fashion. Founded by Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden who still design every piece, 99% of Tatty Devine's jewellery is made by hand in their own UK workshops.
Alongside their permanent collection of popular classics, two main collections are launched annually at London Fashion Week.