Style Update: The Luck of Links and a decade to remember

This year, I celebrate ten years of Fashion Foie Gras. Ten years, you guys. Sometimes it feels like I just jumped into this world ten minutes ago, other days it feels like I never did anything else. But, I can’t tell you how lucky I feel to be doing what I love every minute of everyday. It is true what people say – entrepreneurs work an 80 hour work week to avoid a 40 hour 9-5 existence. It’s been a lot of hard work but it’s also been a heck of a lot of luck as well, if we’re being honest here. So it seemed wonderfully appropriate when my good friends at Links of London asked me if I’d like to celebrate with their new Splendour Collection – a collection that highlights the grandeur of British Gothic Architecture (but to me also looks like a four leaf clover…. something I’ve always tried to wear for good luck). The collection is all about celebrating the beautiful things in life, from the little victories to the big moments. And if I could, I’d gift every girlfriend, and every one of you, a piece from this collection to remind you that luck does play a huge role in all of our lives. But, here’s the big trick. Ultimately, we all make our own luck. So often I wear pendants, bracelets or rings to look down and remind myself to be grateful, present and open to whatever lies ahead. Of course it’s all the nicer when it’s a rich and beautiful gold from Links of London, there’s no doubt about that. 

Ranging in price from £85 to £795, the Links of London Splendour collection is perfect for gifting yourself or someone you love. And if you’ve ever owned a piece from Links of London, you will know that the quality and design are meant to last a lifetime (or two… as I fully intend to pass my pieces down one day!).

Shop the Links of London Splendour Collection

Note: This is a paid collaboration between FFG and Links of London


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