This week saw the launch of Emily Mortimer’s latest collection, ‘Hera’, which marks the first diamond and gold collection from the designer.
The new pieces comprise of gold and white gold studs, rings, hoops and necklaces, all created with ethically sourced diamonds. The collection, named after the Greek ‘Queen of the Gods’, is said to “celebrate empowered women”.
The brand claim the collection is designed to be “a little bit of luxury at an affordable price for women wanting to treat themselves”.
The brand said: “Emily believes there is nothing more empowering than the feeling of buying yourself beautifully designed jewellery.”
The collection’s diamond and gold studs have been worn by the Duchess of Sussex, marking a “Royal success” for the designer.
Founder Emily Mortimer said: “I’m really honoured to see The Duchess of Sussex wearing a pair of my earrings for the third time, this time from the new Hera collection.
“I admire how much Meghan is empowering women through her work with various charities and am so pleased she has chosen to wear earrings from a collection that was designed to celebrate all women.”
She added: “The Hera collection is feminine, empowering and will stand the test of time.”