"Everyone involved in the Kat&George for Senhoa collaboration has put in a lot of love and dedication into making it happen and now that is has I feel so proud to be part of the project. The first hand experience of actually going to Cambodia to teach the artisans has been incredible, eye opening and life changing - one that I will always cherish. I feel that is has brought the project and pieces to life and am really excited to share it with everyone. It was so lovely to see the artisans develop and adapt their skills and mindset over the course of the week and once this all clicked into place they were so overjoyed and had a great sense of satisfaction and personal achievement. The Enchanting Knot, in particular, was a very difficult and complex piece to both teach and learn and so was challenging at times (for both!) but after serious dedication and concentration we got there in the end and I feel so proud that the artisans are now fully competent to make and produce the pieces" - Kat.
About George Northwood: Following a 12 year career as Creative Director at some of London’s most prestigious salons, George Northwood, the go-to-guy for the fashion and celebrity elite has recently launched his first London Salon. Situated on a quaint little street just off Oxford Street, W1 (24 Wells Street), with Alexa Chung and Rosie Huntington Whitely, (George’s long term clients) being firm favourite in the salon chair. http://www.georgenorthwood.com/ About Kat&Bee: Kat&Bee creates beautifully intricate and eclectic jewellery that is innovative, luxurious and personable. All pieces are hand-‐made in Kat’s London studio allowing the brand to maintain its high level of quality control and expertise. Kat&Bee is currently stocked in the likes of Opening Ceremony, HP France, Henri Bendel, ASOS.com, La Rinascente, YOOX.com, Wolf & Badger, Carnet de Mode, Coldlilies, Kat also teaches jewellery making workshops in her studio and at the Soho House Group to share her expertise and craftsmanship.