Hatherine Elizabeth Millinery
Sima Vaziry Jewellery

Katherine Elizabeth

Katherine Elizabeth is an Award Winning Millinery designer who constantly pushes the boundaries for strong conceptual creations and show stopping collections. Such fine attention to ethical fabrics and sourcing sets the label apart.

Katherine exhibited at Fortnum & Mason during London Craft week this year 2015, Katherine is also a Member of the Walpole British Luxury group. 2011 saw the debut of Katherine as a guest presenter on the BBC¹s Royal Ascot Ladies Day screening, commissioned to create the hat for the official Princess Catherine Doll and a special exhibition of her work at Coutts Bank during London Fashion Week.

The label continues to grow from strength to strength. Commissions include Jasper Garvida and Asudari shows at Paris Fashion Week, Dita Von Teese, Lily Allen, The Noisettes, stage, film and new Downton Abbey release.

Katherine also holds Private Millinery events – The Katherine Elizabeth  has unparalleled experience at creating fashion-forward corporate events that have your clients and employees talking for months later. Guests will be immersed into the sumptuous world of millinery couture as Katherine Elizabeth¹s team take you on an adventure of age-old millinery techniques, insider tips, hat etiquette, up-to-the minute fashion and seasonal trends complete with time to test out our latest collections.

Sima Vaziry

Award-winning designer Sima Vaziry creates beautiful handmade designer jewellery. Sima’s unique jewellery reflects her heritage and her personal experiences, as well as the design disciplines acquired during her academic and professional life.

Her bi-cultural background influences all aspects of her work and her aim is to continue highlighting the positive sides of both cultures, making past and present meet.

Her first collection was chosen by the British Museum in support of a major exhibition in 2011 and proved to be very successful. She was subsequently commissioned to produce a further three collections and a selection of her jewellery was added to their core range. Sima enjoys a very good relationship with the British Museum and has continued to supply them regularly for over five years.

Sima has appeared in segments on Sky TV and the BBC, an interview on BBC London radio and was invited to present her story at the British Museum¹s BP theatre. She has been featured in Woman and Home, Tatler Bystander, Professional Jeweller and most other UK trade magazines. Her award winning piece, Inner Pearl, features on the cover of the book “Silversmithing for Jewelry Makers” by Elizabeth Bone.