As featured in the News of the World, Rachel Galley's jewellery is shown in a collaborative shoot with models Tolula Adeyemi (wearing Enkai Cuff and Memento Globe Necklace), and Ana Araujo (wearing Enkai Cuff and Bespoke Enkai Sun neckpiece) - and featuring Philip Treacy and 'Trust' lipstick in aid of the Princes Trust.
Rachel Galley graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2004 with a First Class Honours Degree in Jewellery Design. She was one of 10 finalists in the 2008 UK Retail Jewellery awards for the Young Designer of the Year award, and received a Coutts London Jewellery Week- New Jeweller Award for 2009.
Rachel has worked for prestigious brands in the luxury market such as Links of London, Stephen Webster and Boodles before starting her own business based in a studio within Cockpit Arts, an organisation which describes itself as a 'creative business incubator for 165 resident designer-makers’.
Being situated in the heart of London's Jewellery quarter is an important inspiration for Rachel’s unique designs which are worn by singer Lily Allen and actress Juliette Lewis, as well as TV presenters, musicians and fashion models.
Rachel's Designs are stylish, interactive and fun to wear; some contain a mystery within, making them unique and individual to the wearer. Rachel's Collections celebrate a special time in one’s life and make an original gift or treasured keepsake.
Rachel draws her inspiration from intricate carved wood, bronze historic treasures, architecture, engineering, natural textures and objects found in our daily lives. Rachel adds her own innovative twist with hidden compartments or containers, enabling the wearer to interact with their jewellery. Bespoke, handmade fittings and clasps give each piece her own signature finish.