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Rising Stars ​30 Under 30 2016: Daniella Draper

In Retail Jeweller’s Rising Stars 30 Under 30 supplement we present the amazing young talent that exists in the industry. Here we look at Daniella Draper.

Daniella Draper

Daniella Draper

Daniella Draper


Daniella Draper

DOB 23/09/87 Age 28

Based in Cleethorpes on the Lincolnshire coast, Draper undertook her jewellery degree at Central St Martins and has since gone on to develop her own eponymous brand of silver and gold jewellery over the last six to seven years.

Starting small by selling pieces to friends and family, Draper has since progressed to owning three of her own stores and has developed a big celebrity following, with her pieces being worn by Ed Sheeran, Kate Moss and Chloe Montez, to name but a few.

Draper now employs a team of staff to help her, including a bench-served jeweller and a host of assistants, and has a manufacturing unit in addition to the three stores.

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