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Dinny Hall

200 Westbourne Grove, W11  |  +44 207 792 3913

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Dinny Hall is a little jewel box of a store situated between the Parisian brand The Kooples and the glamorous breakfast hotspot that is 202 Café on Westbourne Grove. Delve into this treasure trove and you'll discover Shai, the store manager, yummy mummy and always looking stylish; she can often be found wearing her Talitha Statement earrings. Dinny Hall founded her celebrated jewellery range in 1985 when barely out of the one and only Central St Martin’s School of Art and design where she gained a degree in jewellery design. Her ascent was fast, beginning with some stunning catwalk designs which quickly caught the attention of the fashion press. It wasn’t long before her jewellery could be seen in Liberty and Harvey Nichols in London, and top stores in New York City, Paris, Hong Kong and Tokyo. In 1989 she received the first ever British Fashion Council award for Accessory Designer of the Year. The distinctiveness of Dinny Hall’s talent lies in an effortless classic modernity which has kept her at the top of her field for over 27 years, still influencing many designers in the jewellery industry today.

Dinny Hall is a little jewel box of a store situated between the Parisian brand The Kooples and the glamorous breakfast hotspot that is 202 Café on Westbourne Grove. Delve into this treasure trove and you'll discover Shai, the store manager, yummy mummy and always looking stylish; she can often be found wearing her Talitha Statement earrings. Dinny Hall founded her celebrated jewellery range in 1985 when barely out of the one and only Central St Martin’s School of Art and design where she gained a degree in jewellery design. Her ascent was fast, beginning with some stunning catwalk designs which quickly caught the attention of the fashion press. It wasn’t long before her jewellery could be seen in Liberty and Harvey Nichols in London, and top stores in New York City, Paris, Hong Kong and Tokyo. In 1989 she received the first ever British Fashion Council award for Accessory Designer of the Year. The distinctiveness of Dinny Hall’s talent lies in an effortless classic modernity which has kept her at the top of her field for over 27 years, still influencing many designers in the jewellery industry today.