Kabiri Marylebone High Street returns

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Following the May armed robbery Kabiri returns better than before

Kabiri’s Marylebone High Street jewellery store has recovered in style after this summer’s armed robbery that saw the destruction of the fine jewellery cabinets and almost £1million worth of jewellery stolen.

The armed robbery gave Kabiri owners, Nathalie and Darius Kabiri the perfect excuse to give the Marylebone store a refit, making it even more luxurious than before. This shop update has ensured that Kabiri remains at the forefront of designer jewellery, both in designers they stock and the shopping experience for the customer.

Employing the expertise of Found Associates, the architects who designed the Kabiri flagship store in Covent Garden, the Marylebone High Street store now has a stronger focus on the fine jewellery collections. The beautifully crafted fine jewellery cabinets sit alongside the fashion and costume cabinets, with the individual designers complimenting each other in a stylish, calm atmosphere.

Marylebone High Street is Kabiri’s original designer jewellery store, and is a warm inviting jewel box of a shop. The choice of designer jewellery collections is diverse, focusing on carefully selected fashion trends each season. Highlights of the Marylebone fine jewellery collections include: Anna Hu’s Love Knot collection; Black diamonds by Gurhan; and the simple geometry of LA based Elyse Jacobs. True to Kabiri’s brand ethos, these fine jewellery collections are showcased alongside fashion and costume jewellery collections by the world’s top, up-coming designers including Roarke, Johanne Mills, Fred Butler and Delphine-Charlotte Parmentier.

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