As part of their International Women’s Day weekend celebrations, quirky, handmade jewellery company Tatty Devine has joined forces with POW! The Power of Women, with a pop up shop and workshops to be held in Thanet and Margate on March 7 and 8.
The Tatty Devine Takeover, housed in a former Wooworths in Thanet, will give visitors the opportunity to be the first to shop the company’s Fawcett Society x Tatty Devine collection. Attendees will be able to try their hand at jewellery making workshops, to include making a suffragette-inspired Tatty Devine bunting necklace, as well as learning more from trail blazing female creatives that include Tatty Devine’s co-founders Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine who will be hosting a special POW! bunting necklace workshop on International Women’s Day itself, Sunday March 8.
In addition, fashion historian, author, and broadcaster Amber Butchart will explore the cultural significance of Tatty Devine and the resounding response to their collections of campaign jewellery.
The Fawcett Society is a leading UK charity campaigning for gender equality and women’s rights.
Top: A make-your-own Tatty Devine POW! bunting necklace workshop will be held on Sunday March 8, hosted by the company’s co-founders.