The London based Eshvi was founded on the desire to create strong statement jewellery with a distinct style and feminine touch. Gisele Ganne (formerly head of silver design at Stephen Webster), was able to translate the founders’ vision and turn it into intricate aesthetics.
Each piece of jewellery is set to turn an ordinary outfit into an extraordinary one. From dressing up an otherwise simple day look to creating a statement evening ensemble, Eshvi offers enough diversity to emphasize every look and mood. The Eshvi woman knows what she wants and is confident to express and experiment with her style.
AW14/15 collection was presented at Tranoi Femme at Carrousel du Louvre bringing a wider variety of clients including Tsum in Moscow, Harvey Nichols Hong Kong, Henri Bendel New York and Kabiri London. After only 3 seasons in business, Eshvi has acquired a total of 23 stockists around the world and with each season there is 20-25% growth in the sales.
The brand has been featured in high fashion magazines around the globe and has formed an impressive following, including celebrities and fashion taste makers who are drawn to the Eshvi look.
Inspired by the success of the jewellery business, Eshvi will be introducing Eshvi Accessories focusing initially on handbags. Eshvi Accessories will present sophisticated evening clutches and stylish, more casual bags. The goal is to offer the existing customers with greater options and attract new clientele. The customers will now enjoy the signature of the brand translated into wider variety of products.
Next season will also see the introduction of the Eshvi fine jewellery line; An obvious ‘next step’ for Eshvi and with a gap in the market for more affordable fine jewellery pieces, Eshvi’s designer Gisele Ganne will draw on her years of experience with Stephen Webster to create timeless pieces for the brand. The intricate design, sophisticated lines and delicate details will complement the existing collections and introduce yet another temptation for our clients.
With each collection Eshvi has become synonymous with inimitable design. The brand will draw on this strength and transfer the know-how to creating trend setting, statement handbags and delicately crafted jewellery.
Eshvi stormed the fashion scene with its highly acclaimed debut Autumn Winter 13/14 Fang Collection. Since the debut, the brand has attracted worldwide attention including plaudits from numerous A-list celebrities.
Building on this success, Eshvi launched Gisele for Eshvi Fine Jewellery last season. Gisele Ganne, the brand’s Head Designer and previously Silver Designer at Stephen Webster, re-visits her true passion and continues to craft the pieces.
The underlying premise of the collection is to create fine jewellery that is edgy and dramatically glamorous. Into Space Collection continues to explore the world of mystery. Inspired by the beauty of the night sky and wonders of the universe, Eshvi carries us in a jewel studded space ship into the infinite sky. The star light guides us towards new and undiscovered galaxies where untouchable beauty awaits.
Gisele for Eshvi is stunningly intriguing capturing Gisele’s innate characteristics and her depth of thought. The inter-generational nature of fine jewellery naturally harks longevity and nostalgia. Gisele for Eshvi will be deemed successful when the jewels are endorsed by discerning women, validated by worldwide celebrities, appreciated by prestigious global retailers and most importantly made the journey to the future generation.
Following the success of the Spring/Summer 2015 Collection Eshvi continues to awaken the sweet childhood memories and brighten up our adult lives.
The AW 14/15 Back to School Collection harks back to the care free times of our childhood. In contrast to this simplicity we find beautifully complex geometric patterns paired with numbers, equations and playful colour combinations accentuating the sophistication of the design.
As with previous collections art, architecture and design continue to form the backbone of Eshvi designs. Malevich and Memphis Group artists namely Ettore Sottsass, have inspired the colour scheme for this season.
The accessories from the Back to School Collection have a scholarly theme running through them. The innovative designs, contemporary lines and emotionally charged pieces give us an excellent reason to fall in love with school all over again this season.
As a child we see geometry simply as assorted shapes. Yet as adults we realise the truth is a far more diverse equation of balance, equality and perfection.
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