Freya Rose launches her debut jewellery collection

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Freya Rose London is launching her first capsule collection of luxurious and contemporary demi-fine jewellery.

Hakuro by Freya Rose will showcase sleek sterling silver and gold-plated designs with her signature materials of shimmering freshwater and Tahitian pearls, sparkling crystals and opulent silks.

Inspired by classic British techniques, these are unique heirloom-quality designs, carefully constructed by hand.  Drop hoops, classic pearl studs and long drops in crystal and pearl come in a soft palette of white, ivory, silver and rose.

Freya Rose has an artisanal and alchemist approach to design.  Inspired by art, travel, jewellery and her childhood by the sea, her aim is to create innovative, sculptural, wearable works of art that transcend the boundaries of design whilst reflecting the wearer’s individuality.

Already combining her love of jewellery within her world-renowned shoe collections, Freya Rose is launching this directional capsule collection of timeless, investable designs as part of her eponymous brand, which is selected by some of the most style-revered and iconic women from Kate Moss and Rihanna to Olivia Palermo.

Made with the highest levels of craftsmanship associated with Freya Rose London, these versatile earrings can either illuminate looks throughout the party season or just as easily be worn effortlessly and with simplicity in warmer climes during the Summer months.

Freya Rose is an advocate of slow-fashion with minimal impact on the environment and this collection offers eminently stylish women the perfect opportunity to invest in long-lasting quality design.

The new Freya Rose Hakuro collection ranges from £95 - £345 and is available exclusively from

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February 14, 2020 by Sabina Ali

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