Emily Mortimer Jewellery opens new flagship store

Emily Mortimer Jewellery has announced plans to open a new flagship store in Deben Wharf, Woodbridge on 14th April 2021. After celebrating the fifth anniversary of the brand last year, Emily Foskett, founder claimed that the opening of the store was the next step for natural progression. The company was founded in 2015 and has since gone on to achieve celebrity acclamation with many famous faces including Laura Whitmore and Binky Felstead seen wearing the Echo collection. The brand has also counted royal connections with Meghan Markle often spotted wearing both the Nova and Hera earrings. Commenting on the opening, Foskett said: “I saw the space during a walk-in lockdown and knew this would be the next step for EM, the space has a real industrial feel. “There is a notable social buzz by the waterfront and even though we aren’t able to open yet it is 100% the up-and-coming place to be, with a great selection of shops and restaurants and hopefully more to come.”

Emily Mortimer Jewellery opens new flagship store

Emily Mortimer Jewellery has announced plans to open a new flagship store in Deben Wharf, Woodbridge on 14th April 2021.

After celebrating the fifth anniversary of the brand last year, Emily Foskett, founder claimed that the opening of the store was the next step for natural progression.

The company was founded in 2015 and has since gone on to achieve celebrity acclamation with many famous faces including Laura Whitmore and Binky Felstead seen wearing the Echo collection. The brand has also counted royal connections with Meghan Markle often spotted wearing both the Nova and Hera earrings.

Commenting on the opening, Foskett said: “I saw the space during a walk-in lockdown and knew this would be the next step for EM, the space has a real industrial feel.

“There is a notable social buzz by the waterfront and even though we aren’t able to open yet it is 100% the up-and-coming place to be, with a great selection of shops and restaurants and hopefully more to come.”