What are you inspired by?

Colour and form are key to Pomegranate’s aesthetic. Amongst other things, inspiration is taken from traditional Indian jewellery making techniques, as well as the inherent beauty of the coloured stones we use.

What are your design signatures?

While the collections do not subscribe to a definite look, there is an emphasis on simple organic shapes and ancient or tribal forms. All of our jewellery is handmade in sterling silver and gloriously unique coloured gemstones, making each piece entirely one of a kind.

How would you describe the Pomegranate woman?

She is sophisticated, savvy, and she knows what she wants.

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What are you inspired by?

Slim Aarons’ images of 1960s jet set lifestyle, particularly one image called ‘Poolside Gossip’. The combination of angular mid-century architecture against the lilac mountains of Palm Springs, the bright blue pool, whites and yellows bathed in sunshine captures a very manicured apparently pristine lifestyle, but you just know there’s more going on than meets the eye.

What are your design signatures?

Laser-cut geometric shapes, spiked pearls and pointed semi-precious stones with large Swarovski crystals – an industrial, slightly futuristic yet luxurious aesthetic for necklaces, earrings – all my jewellery.

How would you describe the Merle O’Grady woman?

She’s someone who can really make my pieces her own. She’s elegant yet not afraid to make a statement.

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What are Pringle of Scotland’s design signatures?

Hand-knitted, Made in Scotland, cashmere; The Twin Set – with a contemporary twist.

How would you describe the Pringle of Scotland woman?

She is an independent, spirited woman who loves fashion but interprets it in her own way. Not guided by trends, but by her own style and a love of long-lasting, beautiful, quality garments.

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