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Tatty Devine teams With Peanuts

British jewellery brand Tatty Devine has teamed up with the Peanuts brand for a new 15-piece acrylic jewellery collection.

Following the success of Tatty Devine’s first Peanuts capsule collection – which was created exclusively for Somerset House’s 2018/19 exhibition Good Grief, Charlie Brown! – the new range features the whole Peanuts gang.

“Peanuts has been with us since childhood,” commented Harriet Vine MBE and Rosie Wolfenden MBE, co-founders of Tatty Devine. “We’ve always loved the existential qualities of the cartoon, as well as always having a penchant for a Snoopy sweatshirt.”

Added Tara Botwick, senior director, territory management EMEA at Peanuts Worldwide: “Tatty Devine’s passion for creating fun, statement jewellery, which blurs the boundaries between art, fashion and culture, make them an ideal partner to expand Peanut’s accessories offering during the brand’s landmark 70th anniversary year.”

 

Top: Tatty Devine’s Charlie Brown & Friends necklace.

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