SARA PEYMANPOUR stocked at Wolf & Badger from August
LONDON, July 16, 2018 – Newly launched luxury jewellery designer brand SARA PEYMANPOUR London, whose collections are inspired by Sara’s Persian heritage, will be stocked by concept store Wolf & Badger in London, New York City and online from August 2018.
The eponymous, responsibly sourced SARA PEYMANPOUR London brand launched in June at Couture London, a showcase invitation-only event for designer brands on Old Bond Street.
“Wolf & Badger are very selective and only stock designers with a distinctive style, so this is a great start for my brand,” Sara said.
“I am particularly pleased because it is very unusual for Wolf & Badger to stock a brand in all of their outlets – in London, New York and online.”
Wolf & Badger is a global online market place for independent brands, with storefronts in London and New York City.
SARA PEYMANPOUR sold several pieces from her carved pearl and Golbarg collections to private clients at Couture London.
“Couture London was a great success and my pieces were well-received by trade and fashion media,” said Sara, who holds a Masters degree in Jewellery design and is a Graduate Gemmologist of the GIA (Gemological Institute of America.)
Her first collection of earrings, rings and necklaces, is called Golbarg (Meaning Petal in Persian), and is inspired by flower motifs found in Persian carpets, featuring sleek, clean lines in 18-k yellow gold set with responsibly sourced natural colour gemstones such as tsavorite garnets, blue topaz and citrine.
“The designs are inspired by flowers depicted in Persian carpets and geometric shapes in mosaics and architecture,” said Sara, who grew up in Iran and is now based in London.
Sara, whose other design inspirations include nature, the ocean and her travel experiences, is available for bespoke commissions by appointment at her newly appointed luxury showroom on Brook Street in Mayfair.
All of Sara’s jewellery is responsibly sourced and made by master craftspeople in Italy, Britain and Iran.
Sara has been nominated for her designs in the Arts and Crafts Design Awards, which take place later this year.