Stephen Einhorn founders, Stephen Einhorn and Jane Best have been named by Walpole as two of the most influential people in the world of British luxury.
Following Walpole’s announcement that the British luxury market is now worth £48 billion to the UK economy – an increase of 49% in four years – the organisation launched an inaugural Power List, which celebrates the people steering the sector to success.
The Walpole Power List identifies the ‘50 Most Influential People in British luxury’ within its membership.
Walpole chief executive officer, Helen Brocklebank, shares: “British luxury has a unique sensibility – its products and experiences make the country famous throughout the world for creativity, craftsmanship, innovation and the ability to conjure new, exciting and relevant stories from a magical past. But what makes British luxury a £48 billion power house is the exceptional ability of the people inside its brands, and Walpole’s annual Luxury Power List recognises and celebrates fifty talented individuals and their impact on this extraordinary, fast-growing sector.”
Stephen Einhorn is a truly British family business, founded in 1995 by husband and wife duo, Stephen Einhorn and Jane Best. The firm’s mission is to create contemporary heirlooms and it achieves this by marrying luxury jewellery with original designs that are classic, yet modern in style. The business only uses the finest materials, and the most skilled craftsmen and women in their London workshop.
As well as in-house men’s and women’s collections, Stephen Einhorn specialises in bespoke work for individual clients and films. Most recently the company’s pieces have appeared in the live action re-make of Dumbo and Tomb Raider.