The end of April was the time for one the most anticipated fashion events in the calendar, The Vogue Festival. Held at the Southbank Centre, overlooking the Thames, fashionistas came together in their numbers to see the talks from some of the most known names in the fashion industry. We were lucky enough to attend the talk with Mario Testino, Vogues most loyal and trusting photographer. Of course, we were beyond excited to hear the stories of the Persian photographer, but like with any big fashion event, the weeks of planning that go into the outfit are not to be forgotten. Once the wardrobe had been whittled down and our Vogue Festival outfits were chosen, it was time to accessorise, and there was one brand we all wanted to wear round our necks and fingers, Bazaar Gems.
Bazaar Gems prize themselves on pushing the boundaries to find the best pieces of jewellery that are unique, saliant and in keeping with the trends, while ensuring the best quality. With offices in both London and Istanbul, a country Maggie us often traveling to and inspired by, their ethos is easily achieved. Scouting for new designers from both cities that ooze creativity, originality and style, the Bazaar Gems collection is now brimming with colours, unique stones, and eclectic designs that are affordable for every woman to enjoy.
So when it came to choosing what designs we wanted to fashion at the festival, we went for the Bull Necklace by UGH, Native Indian Collection 3 Necklace by UGH and a stack of gold plated rings by Merve Baal. Bringing Istanbul to April’s biggest fashion event in London, we felt proud to champion these high quality designs. So if you’re looking for something different to accessorise your leather look trousers and monochrome blouse with, we highly recommend browsing the Bazaar Gems collection and release your inner explorer.
By Marni Banks