Headed to ‘The Phene’
How crazy is the Traffic, when you’re trying to get anywhere near Central London? We got an Uber that would normally take 20 mins to central and it took us over an hour just to get to Chelsea. One thing I hate, is sitting in traffic, especially when you know you’re going to be late because of it.
For those of you that might not yet know of “Kashka” It is a beautifully, ethical and sustainably run Jewellery brand whose team is committed to “question and change injustice in The Jewellery industry”. It is made up of a beautiful collection of bracelets, necklaces and earrings that have been manufactured in the UK to support the local economy. The pieces themselves have been designed with the modern day woman in mind, from the business woman to the stay at home mom and everything in between.
I arrived a few minutes late to the event and was met with a warm greeting on my way in, by the founder and CEO of Kashka, Naqiyah. She offered me a plethora of girly Cocktails, both alcoholic and non alcoholic to choose from. I had one of the Alcoholic one’s and it was absolutely so delicious.
The room was so pretty and girly (very Kashka) and filled with other Bloggers and Vloggers. I found it really interesting from chatting to some of the girls that each and every one of us had a different or similar niche but were all brought together by Kashka. We had Starters, Mains and Desert, cocktails were offered during dinner and a selection of procecco and Red and White wines was available too.
There was a beautiful display of the Jewellery collection which each of us later got to choose from. I chose the LÙ Star Grey bracelet and we also received a goodie bag of treats, made up of cute PJs, Make up bags and a handmade elephant tea light holder. We were so well looked after at the event and it was great to meet the others and learn some more about the brand. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Special thanks to the Kashka girls for a great evening in London.
xx BW xx