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Sian Jacobs x Scribble & Stone

14th May 2014

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Bringing together two brilliant designers for 10 days only is more than just a clever marketing ploy on Industry’s part. It’s a stroke of genius for us customers. Sian Jacobs is a designer that works with knits and cashmeres to produce beautiful high quality jumpers and scarves. Attention to fabric and texture are key elements of Sian Jacobs? designs, with her cashmere and silk coming from small Nepalese producers. Her latest collection takes inspiration from the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition Punk: Chaos to Couture, featuring slashed necklines and material set in contrast to baby blues and milkshake pinks. Scribble & Stone will be selling some of their limited-edition jewellery collection inspired by interior industrial design, combines texture and size in a steam punk fashion, mixing leather and metals, with matte and polished surfaces.

The two women behind the labels met and decided to do a popup shop together, each complimenting the others work beautifully.

Visitors will be able to browse exclusive, current-season stock and enjoy a hefty 20% discount on all jewellery, knitwear and scarves.

Roisin Agnew @Roxeenna

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