The Brick Lane Tatty Devine store was one of the first ever fashion boutiques on London's Brick Lane, opening in 2001. Tatty Devine is a totally independent British company designing and micro-manufacturing original jewellery in the UK.
Harriet Vine and Rosie Wolfenden met at art school and founded Tatty Devine together in 1999. They continue to run things from a studio in London's East End. The pair like to make jewellery that blurs the boundaries between art, fashion and culture.
Tatty Devine's original designs are drawn from scratch, and almost all of the jewellery is made by hand in their own workshops in London and Kent.
The jewellery is colourful, confident, and has something to say. The Tatty Devine girls believe life - and jewellery - should be fun!
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Each time I make a trip to London I do my best to treat myself to a piece of TD jewelery or at least stop by the shop. Thankfully there is one shop that carries some of the designs in my hometown but their selection doesn't hold a candle to the actual store (no brainer). Also have to mention that the staff members are always so nice... it makes purchasing their products even more rewarding!more
Playful and whimsical, the baubles in Tatty Devine are designed to give gals the opportunity to fashionably display their hobbies, interests and loves around their necks, circling their wrists or dangling from their ears. Animal lovers can pick up jewelry shaped liked furry friends like squirrels, puppies and birds. The drinking crowd can don a dazzling bottle of gin or a classic martini....more
They joy that jewels can bring to the fat ladies...
My mum always said that jewelry shopping can never be depressing as you can't look fat in earing - a wise woman. This place is the stop off to get that very so quirky gift for a friend or to by a little treat or two, for yourself. It's not what I would all pretty, but it's fun and striking.
Most of this stuff your recognize as it's...more
Tatty Devine walks the wafer thin line of Shoreditch Cool and Shoreditch Twattery. Thankfully, it manages to stay on this side of Cool. Located on end of Brick Lane that gets a lot less visitors (because it is over the road from Bethnal Green Road, fact finders), Tatty is worth a visit even if you don't walk out with anything from here.
I think that Tatty Devine's reputation has been slightly...more
Tatty Devine has definitely managed to make a great name for itself. The shop is aptly quirky and attractive with lots of colourful 'plastique fantastique' jewelry. With a lot of pink items, plectrum necklaces, quirky shaped earrings and other pop-inspired accessories it is the perfect shop for the contemporary girlie girls out there. Unfortunately, that's not me.
I do enjoy the shop a...more