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Stephen Webster Unveils 2018-19 Ad Campaign

The campaign exudes luxury while celebrating the brand’s rebellious spirit.

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Stephen Webster Unveils 2018-19 Ad Campaign
Stephen Webster’s new ad campaign celebrates the brand’s rebellious spirit.

(PRESS RELEASE) LONDON, UK – British fine jewelry brand Stephen Webster unveils the new Autumn Winter 2018-19 ad campaign.

Shot by photographer Billy Ballard whose previous work includes campaigns for Mulberry and Erdem, the campaign exudes luxury while celebrating the brand’s rebellious spirit.

Confident and daring, the resulting shots reflect the mood of the new jewelry collections which combine traditional craftsmanship with cutting edge processes and innovative design to create responsibly sourced jewelry that not only stands out, but also stands for something.

Dynamite, Jitterbug, Magnipheasant, Fly By Night, Jewels Verne and the men’s collection England Made Me all feature in this powerful and contemporary campaign.

Furthermore, Stephen Webster’s long term commitment to sustainability was recently recognized with a much-deserved nomination in the ‘Commitment to Positive Change’ category at the 2018 Luxury Briefing Awards.


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