The pair are about to drop a new collaboration.

When two tribes go to war, sang Holly Johnson circa 1984, they end up with a fierce collaborative collection fuelled by feminist principles and pleasing aesthetics, he did not sing: but this, it seems, is (probably) the case for Tatty Devine and Laura Callaghan.

The results – a four-piece series titled ‘Girls’ – is pictured above and sees the artist hooking up with one half of the jewellery label, Harriet Vine to reimagine her bold illustrations as wearable pieces.

Focused on the contemporary female (read: the type of woman who would probably don her Tatty line IRL), Callaghan’s latest efforts follow May’s exhibition debut – the London show ‘Aspirational’ – as well as projects with Monki and Nike.

Dropping online and in-store tomorrow, the capsule collection is comprised of three necklaces and a brooch, each going by names like Eden, Sienna, Ida and Thea.


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