We’re lucky enough to be working with some of the world’s most acclaimed designers. Here are their stories.
Ailsa has worked for high-end luxury houses, including De Beers, Asprey, and Rox, and produced many independent commissions. As her signature creations grew popular, Ailsa worked throughout all areas of the industry, from high street to high end. Ailsa’s designs represent the SACET woman: strong, bold and brave.
Andrea practised her craft at the likes of Shaun Leane before being awarded for her intricate and unique designs by the Goldsmiths Craft and Design Council. Andrea was instantly excited by the challenge posed to her by SACET: to create a capsule range for the sophisticated, new millennial.
Ana’s inspiring rise to fame saw her win the coveted ‘Young Designer of the Year’ at the UK Jewellery Awards. She has gained global acclaim and is regularly featured in Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and Vanity Fair. Ana receives commissions from private clients, such as Hollywood royalty Angelina Jolie and international royal families.
Charlotte honed her craft at the iconic jeweller Garrard and at Swarovski. As Mazarin & Cie, Charlotte’s freelance commissions have included Atelier Swarovski, Fabergé, Hearts on Fire and Mappin & Webb. Partnering with SACET held large appeal, enabling Charlotte to make socially and ethically handcrafted jewellery accessible to all.
Originally from Shanghai, Meng made the move to London two years ago to complete her MA in Jewellery design at Central Saint Martins, the University of the Arts London. She previously studied a B.Eng in Industrial Design from TONGJI University College of Design and Innovation, China where she won numerous awards, one of which was published on the BAZAAR JEWELLERY magazine. She has also been shortlisted in many design competitions, which includes the world-class luxury brand, Chaumet in Paris. Her story is one of passionate ambition.
Founder of fashion and lifestyle blog Framboise Fashion, Sarah Mikaela is an internationally renowned influencer. Now London based, Sarah originally hails from Danish and Australian descent and she is known for her inimitable style as well as her cross creative skills as a writer, stylist and photographer. Sarah studied art and fashion design and through partnering with SACET, Sarah has been able to illustrate her talent and creativity. Sarah’s inspiration for her debut jewellery range is The Wave building in Denmark’s Vejle which itself was inspired by the Sydney Opera House and the beautiful landscape around the Fjords.
Are you a dreamer, creator or designer? Does creating socially
and ethically handcrafted jewellery light up your creative spark?
If so, we want to hear from you! Contact us via the form below
and tell us all about yourself...
Are you a dreamer, creator or designer? Does creating socially and ethically handcrafted jewellery light up your creative spark? If so, we want to hear from you! Contact us via the form below and tell us all about yourself...