A new jewellery brand has débuted in New Zealand: Naveya and Sloane.
Designer Rachel Sloane, formerly at Huffer and Shortland Street, is behind the new brand, which includes rings, necklaces, bracelets and earrings in sterling silver and 9 ct gold, complemented by hand-picked diamonds and precious gemstones.
Naveya and Sloane is available at Platina Jewellery, Steve Haywood Master Jeweller, Whangarei, and online at www.naveyasloane.com.
Meanwhile, in the South Island, a brand of longer standing—Ballantynes—will host its spring–summer 2010–11 charity show on November 26 at Christchurch’s Airbridge.
This year’s charity of choice is Cholmondeley Home, supporting underprivileged children.
Collections to be shown include Stitch Ministry, Karen Walker, Mister, Barbara Lee, Caroline Moore and many others.
New Zealand’s Next Top Model judge Colin Mathura-Jeffree will be one of many celebrities who will be walking in the show.
Tickets are available from Ballantynes in Christchurch, with all proceeds going to charity.—Sopheak Seng, with Lucire staff
corporate social responsibility / fashion / living / Lucire / New Zealand
Filed by Sopheak Seng