British Vogue Features Jeweller Melanie Eddy

November 12, 2020

Melanie Eddy has been featured in an article by British Vogue entitled “5 Black UK-Based Designers Reshaping The World Of Haute Jewellery.”

The article said, “Multifaceted’ neatly describes both Melanie Eddy’s career and her jewellery aesthetic. Rarely have you seen a CV so packed – from handcrafting her architecture-inspired jewels to teaching at Central Saint Martins and supporting Afghan goldsmiths for the Turquoise Mountain foundation. The 41-year-old came to London from Bermuda in 2004, and has been here ever since.

“Thanks to the people who believed in me, I was able to enter the industry through an unconventional route,” she says. She hopes to do the same for others: “It’s not just about providing opportunities, it’s about inspiring confidence.”

Ms Eddy also posted a photo on Instagram, saying: “The November Issue of British Vogue featured an article – In Fine Form – highlighting Black UK-based designers reshaping the world of Haute Jewellery. It was an honour to be included amongst others in my industry whose work I rate so highly – @jacquelinerabun @emefacolejewellery @simonebrewster_london and @laudobjects.

“Those of you in the UK who missed the print edition and are looking to catch up, the article is now online. If you are based outside of the UK you still have time to snatch a copy as you should have the November Issue of British Vogue, cover graced by the amazing Serena Williams, dropping in newsagents, shops, and bookstores near you soon.

“Thank you to @rgarrahan and @britishvogue for this important feature and to everyone behind these amazing shots.”

Photo courtesy of Vogue:

Melanie Eddy Jewellery Bermuda Nov 2020

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