A glamorous gala dinner drawing attention to the often overlooked power and glory of the independent British jewellery industry and the first event of its kind in the United Kingdom.
The intimate black-tie dinner and awards ceremony will spotlight the history, the present, and the future of British jewellery. The Goldsmiths' Hall has been home to the British gold, silver and jewellery industry for over 700 years and The Leopards take their name from the Leopard Hallmark that has been used to identify gold and silver pieces produced in London since 1363.
Luminaries of the jewellery world, personalities, celebrities, friends and clients as well as high net-worth clients of the jewellery brands. As well as notable names from the worlds of art, theatre, film, music, fashion and business.
Media: The media partner is British Vogue. There will be a blitz of press and social media attention – aiming for coverage similar to London Fashion Week.
Profits from the evening – barring expenses – are being donated to the Prince’s Trust. The Leopards are working with The Prince’s Trust to create an apprenticeship programme for young craftspeople as well as a competition to design a piece of jewellery – which will be made and sold in The Leopard’s store with proceeds going to The Prince’s Trust.