Here’s a first look at one of my favourite pieces from my upcoming Christmas collection, the Snowy Routemaster Bus brooch! There are a few different threads of inspiration running through my Christmas designs and the first one is “Christmas in London”. When I started designing the collection, I looked through all of my Christmas photos and found myself lost in happy memories from when we lived in London, and I had to do a Routemaster Bus design for so many reasons! Michael loved Routemaster buses and so we had a bus at our wedding, and the number plate on the brooch is the same as our wedding bus. The route I’ve chosen is the number 15, which is a heritage route and still runs with a classic Routemaster, so we used to hop on quite regularly! When I designed this piece I was imagining hopping on the Routemaster in the snow, heading into town to do some Christmas shopping and admire the festive windows in all the department stores, sitting on the top deck and pretending to drive the bus - have you ever done that?! I’ve tried to be as true to the proper design of the Routemaster as possible since Michael was very particular about things like that (he had a very good eye!) so I hope he’d be proud of this one. It’s very intricate (swipe through the gallery to see all the pieces before I assembled it!) but worth it for all the detail - this might just be my favourite piece of jewellery I’ve made so far. I’ve got lots more designs I can’t wait to show you, and I’ll be aiming to launch this collection in November, with a date to be confirmed soon! #smileandmakejewellery#noveltybrooch#routemasterbus#londonbus#busbrooch#acrylicjewellery#acrylicjewelry#jewelleryobsessed#noveltyoutfitclub#yeahlaser
Знаменитий London Bus❤️
На фото Routemaster , які з 2005 року їздять вулицями Лондона дуже рідко і лише туристичними маршрутами.
Вони виглядають значно крутіше, ніж сучасні автобуси🙈
This is one of 13 Grade II listed Cabmen's shelters remaining in London exclusively for Black Cab drivers to enter. The Cabmen’s Shelter Fund was born in 1875, building the first hut in St John’s Wood. The general public can admire their history and beauty but not enter, but most serve snacks and drinks at a serving hatch in order to raise extra funds. Love London history!
A magical mystery tour in the #britishbus through #London to our next destination @firmdale_hotels Ham Yard Hotel ❤️ where we we were welcomed and entertained by @eightraymusic and enjoyed #networking time over #Afternoontea 🍰 The totally inspirational @julianposner @bananasplitplc showed us what can be achieved #goals#epic A talented panel of @elizabethscakeemporium #truegem Emily Snyder of @mo_hotels #fascinating @rvhfloraldesign #exceptional Tamara Logan @smithhotels #inspired hosted perfectly by Clare Yarwood-White @opalandco 🌟 thank you to you all😍 @brideluxofficial Symposium 👏👏