Hawthorne & Heaney for Dior Perfumes

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2019 was a very busy Christmas period for us, because along with all the Ugg events we were doing, amongst other brands, we also did a series of event for Dior Perfumes. During this machine embroidery event, we were offering personalisation of the gift bags that came with the perfume purchase. Guest could choose from […]

Hawthorne & Heaney Visits Dior: Designer of Dreams

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If your instagram feed is anything like ours then you will not have failed to notice the hugh amount of attention that the Dior: Designer of Dreams exhibition is getting at the V & A Museum at the moment. Following its opening on the 2nd February, the exhibition which is held in the museum’s new […]

Hawthorne & Heaney visit Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams

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Every now and then, there is an exhibition that we feel we just have to see, and usually one holds out until it (hopefully) comes to London. However the risk of missing out on ‘Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams’ at Musee Des Arts Decoratifs was one that was too great and we felt compelled to […]

Hawthorne & Heaney on Gold work

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Here in the H&H studio we have fallen head over heels back in love with Gold work.  After having this lovely piece framed which was on show at the Henry Poole Exhibition at the Bowes Museum, we can;t get enough of this amazing technique.   The series starts with the rubbing (far left) taken from […]