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Kit Heath unveils new ‘Empire’ collection inspired by 1930s Art Deco

Following the success of their spring range, ‘Bloom’, British sterling silver supplier Kit Heath has unveiled their newest arrival – the ‘Empire’ collection.

Described as their strongest storyline so far, the ‘Empire’ collection takes the drama of the Art Deco design, and gives it a contemporary makeover. The result is a collection featuring sleek geometric forms and polished surfaces designed to evolve the confidence of the Kit Heath woman.

The collection is made for layering, with a strong emphasis on mixing and matching. Two-sided reversible designs give customers the option to create multiple looks from single pieces. At key price-points, the new collection ranges from RRP £35–£200 and boasts an average RRP of £80, with a strong focus on personalisation at both ends of the spectrum, from entry level to statement pieces.

Kit is no stranger to the Art Deco movement, with influences from both sides of the Atlantic. The Heaths had family connections in Manhattan, and Kit spent many summers absorbing the majestic Art Deco architecture of New York City and his grandparents’ stunning Deco jewellery collection. A life in Devon brought yet more inspiration, where the heritage of Agatha Christie intensified his passion for stylised design.

The Empire Collection — the latest chapter in the enduring Kit Heath story of design passion and craftsmanship is available to retailers from 16 July 2019.

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