Fleur’s Finds turns back on traditional aesthetics for design show

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A London-raised jeweller is set to unveil her contemporary designs at upcoming Dubai Design Week in a bid to introduce an alternative style to the region.

Fleur Yennek-Butcher, founder of Fleur’s Finds, will showcase and sell as a selection of contemporary, fine jewellery pieces from curated international jewellers at the Dubai Design Week show next month.

Yennek-Butcher, who was born and raised in the UK but now lives in Dubai, will utilise the show as an opportunity to unveil some designs from international jewellers she has recently worked with.

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After graduating with a business and management degree from Manchester University, Yennek-Butcher began working in luxury fashion and eventually fine jewellery sales in London whilst training in Hatton Garden, also as a goldsmith and jewellery designer.

The show, which spans multiple disciplines, ranging from graphic and product design to architecture and industrial design, will run from November 13 to 18.

A spokesperson from the brand said: “This event, which celebrates innovation and beauty in design, is the perfect space and symbol for Fleur’s Finds, which represents honest, original and skilled jewellery designers and goldsmiths.

“Fleur believes that they are artists in their own right, many of whom push creative boundaries and manufacturing ones too.”

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