YBD's Fiona O'Neill Knitted Bustier featured in Vogue Magazine's '54 Gifts You'll Actually Want This Christmas'
The grey sea and the long black land;
And the yellow half-moon large and low;
And the startled little waves that leap
In fiery ringlets from their sleep..
Imagine the poetry of Robert Browning 'written' on your heart.
Imagine carrying vintage music scores with you wherever you go.
Imagine travelling wearing maps from vintage atlases.
Imagine your passion embodied in jewellery to take with you each and every day.
This is why we fell in love with Comfort Station.
Old music books, map books and poetry books are sliced, layered and recreated within pendants.
Not in a twee way either. These pendants are beautifully engineered and have an industrial like functionality that juxtaposes delightfully with the utter romance of them.
Look closely at the tags on both the pendants and the exquisitely articulated bracelets. They carry the exact co ordinates for "Love", a town in the Bahamas or "Hope", a town in Devon.
This is a close up and personal brand with its own unique story.
Comfort Station is a lady called Amy Anderson whose journey through Fine Art, sculpture, photography , video and a sought after stall on Portobello Market has led her to her own studio in East London and a loyal and passionate following.
If music, maps or muse are your passion or the passion of someone you love then this is this season's perfect and most unique gift.
I'd like the poetry pendant. Please.