Episode 119 - Equality and Values with Rosie Wolfenden, Co-Founder of Tatty Devine
The Women Who Create UK Podcast
On this week's episode of Women Who Create, Amy and Debbie are joined by Rosie Wolfenden, Co-Founder of Tatty Devine, as they explore and discuss equality issues and how we can start to align our brand with causes that we believe in. In this episode, we chatted about:👉 How we can start conversations about equality with our children.👉 The importance of collaborations.👉 The impact of the pandemic on women. Find out more about Tatty Devine here:www.tattydevine.com/www.instagram.com/tattydevine/www.facebook.com/tattydevinefanpage-Find Amy’s projects herewww.womenwhocreateuk.comJoin Amy’s Creative Visioning + Action email mini-series!-Find Debbie's projects herewww.debbiedooodah.co.ukThe Blue Stockings SocietyDebbie's Time Management Course
This week, Alex is joined virtually by fellow jeweller, and co-founder of jewellery brand 'Tatty Devine', the marvellous Rosie Wolfenden MBE. Just like Alex Monroe, Tatty Devine hand-makes all their pieces in the UK with a strong commitment to ethical practices and sustainability, and are known and loved worldwide for their original and fun, statement acrylic jewellery. Rosie talks Alex through her favourite and most meaningful treasures, from her beloved grandmother’s necklace, to the personalised antique signet rings she and her husband wear as a symbol of their marriage.Listen in as Alex and Rosie talk about the bridge between art and commerciality, the role of jewellery as a playful and often political statement, and how accessorising allows us to to look different, express ourselves creatively, and communicate to an increasingly globalised and homogenised world exactly who we are!You can follow Rosie Wolfenden on Instagram @rosiewolfenden and Tatty Devine @tattydevineBoth Alex and Rosie love Rob Ryan, you can find out more about his work here https://robryanstudio.com/You can find a Parakeet Necklace similar to Rosie’s, here www.tattydevine.com/products/paradise-parakeet-super-statement-necklaceYou can find more information about the Fawcett Society here www.fawcettsociety.org.uk/For all things Alex Monroe jewellery, visit our website www.alexmonroe.comYou can see our Ocean Diamond Ring here www.alexmonroe.com/ocean-diamond-ringDiscover our Lobster Necklace here www.alexmonroe.com/lobster-necklaceYou can find out about the V&A Museum’s latest exhibition here www.vam.ac.uk/exhibitions/alice-curiouser-and-curiouserIllustration by Connie Bella MonroeEdited by Emily SandfordMusic by Daniel Patrick Cohen See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Secret to Creative Collaborations with Tatty Devine founders Rosie Wolfenden & Harriet Vine
Conversations of Inspiration
Rosie Wolfenden & Harriet Vine founded their handmade jewellery company Tatty Devine in 1999 very much as a 'side hustle'; selling their first pieces from a market stall in Camden after discovering the discarded fabric and sample books that they would create their first collection from. Having worked together for the past 20 years, Rosie & Harriet know a thing or two about making collaborations work, having seen successful collaborations with the V&A, Rob Ryan, & Anthony Gormley, to name a few. In this episode, Rosie & Harriet share their journey from that market stall to the pages of Vogue, their approach to sustainability, and how they found their signature style. A must listen for those dreaming of turning a side hustle into their dream career!Conversations of Inspiration is brought to you with support from NatWest: visit natwestbusinesshub.com for information, tips and insights to help business owners meet their goals. Follow Holly on Instagram: instagram.com/hollytucker/?hl=en
A fascinating insight into one of the most important jewellery brands in the UK. Learn about Rosie Wolfenden's and Harriet Vine's journey who established Tatty Devine in 1999. www.tattydevine.com MISSHAPES: THE MAKING OF TATTY DEVINE BOOK: www.tattydevine.com/products/missha…tty-devine-book
https://clothesandtherest.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/Rosie-Wolfenden.mp3 This week, I chat to Rosie Wolfenden MBE, co-founder and managing director of Tatty Devine. If you haven’t seen any of Tatty Devine’s iconic designs, you’re missing out. They are playful, colourful and definitely make a statement. In this episode we talk about Tatty Devine’s beginnings, making plastic more sustainable and what Rosie is organising to celebrate Tatty Devine’s 20th birthday! I really hope you enjoy. Clothes and The Rest Tatty Devine Thanks for listening!
024: Growing a Creative Brand with Rosie Wolfenden MBE & Harriet Vine MBE
Seaond Two Finale! My guests this weekare Rosie Wolfenden MBE & Harriet Vine MBE the creative partnership behind the iconic Tatty Devine. In our interview we discuss what their degree taught them, how Tatty Devine evolved from a market stall filled with accessories made from found items to the playful perspex jewellery house we know today. Full show notes: http://blogtacular.com/podcast Blogtacular is every shade of awesome for online creatives - join us on June 10th 2017 for our annual extravaganza of learning, connection & fun to level up your business. TICKETS ON SALE NOW! http://blogtacular.com/tickets/ Season three will be back in the autumn. If you miss me join the Blogtacular Facebook community, Twitter chats or find me on YouTube in my weekly vlogs. See you in September, big love, Kat.