The exhibition celebrates 20 years since Chelsea College of Arts graduates Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine launched their - now world famous - jewellery business Tatty Devine. The free exhibition will launch at Central Saint Martins’ Lethaby Gallery in Kings Cross, before touring venues across the UK.
not just a shop has been invited to run the exhibition shop at the Lethaby Gallery. The team will be selling iconic jewellery and limited-edition pieces by Tatty Devine, plus a curated selection of products by other designers.
Based in High Holborn not just a shop sells design products and artwork created exclusively by UAL students and alumni – including Tatty Devine. Proceeds are reinvested into supporting students and graduates with their creative businesses through UAL’s enterprise events programme.
Visit the Misshapes exhibition:
20 July-11 August 2019
Tuesday - Friday: 11am–6pm
Saturday - Sunday: 12–5pm
Lethaby Gallery (within Central Saint Martins)
1 Granary Square
London N1C 4AA