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14th October 2019 73mins
Artists & Makers, Co-Founders, Female Founders

The Secret to Creative Collaborations, with Tatty Devine founders Rosie Wolfenden & Harriet Vine

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!

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