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British jewellery designer Alex Monroe has created an exclusive new piece of jewellery for the Foundling Museum – a museum that tells the story of the Foundling Hospital, London’s first home for abandoned children.
Alex Monroe presented his range of new products at his Snowfields boutique in London, today.
Spotted at Premiere Classe last week: Alex Monroe’s latest, see here.
Jewellery designer Alex Monroe has snapped up retail jeweller Jutta Pfannkuch to run his soon-to-be-opened London flagship store.
Construction on jewellery designer Alex Monroe’s first store is nearing completion. Monroe said he is “excited” about opening his eponymous brand’s London flagship.
Jewellery brands and retailers are cashing in on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, by responding to comments left by fans and followers.
ALEX MONROE ARTICLES
Kate Donovan asks brands and designers to look into their Christmas baubles and forecast what will be topping wish lists for the 2012 festive season
Drive your sales up this Christmas by ensuring you have something for everyone. We take a look at some of the products you should be stocking this festive season.
From the colour of the walls to the LED lighting in the display cases, how your store is designed can make the difference between customers stepping in on impulse and walking straight past. The next eight pages are dedicated to inspirational stores, whatever their wares, and ways to perk up your retail environment
Copycatting in the jewellery industry can get ugly when it damages a brand. DaMonica Boone talks to designers who have been affected and asks what they can do to protect their creations.
January is an ideal time to make changes to your business, so Laura McCreddie and James Knowles preview the trends for the year ahead to help you get it right
The mid-1990s brought Cool Britannia and a pared-down fashion aesthetic.
ALEX MONROE PRODUCT NEWS
Alex Monroe is busy this Autumn with charity related product launches, which will separately benefit an African community and The British Beekeepers Association (BBKA).