Swarovski are known for creating the most beautiful and expensive crystal in the world. Turning a timeless material into contemporary designs, they remain at the top of the luxury lighting game.
The brand was born in 1891 from the dream of Daniel Swarovski. That dream was to create “a diamond for everyone”. Inventing a machine that could cut diamond more accurately than ever before in order to bring that dream to life, Daniel laid the foundation for a company that prides itself on market leading engineering and one of a kind handiwork.
Perhaps more famed for their jewellery and accessories, Swarovski have built from a long-standing history to stand ahead of trends. Keeping ethics and integrity as the core company values, the family-run business boasts an unrivalled expertise, capable of bringing an air of glamour to any location.
But it’s not just glamour that Swarovski strive to portray. The brand are known for involving themselves in numerous projects and causes that strive to better not only the industry they are a part of but the very world that surrounds them.
This is something Swarovski constantly strive for. Most recently that led them to partake in a talk as part of a WomenForWomenUK event. The talk was titled Women’s Equality Is Everyone’s Business.
Discussing an issue such as this is vital to the working world as a whole, and as ever, Swarovski are on the front lines paving the way for other brands and companies of their type. As Nadja Swarovski stated at the event “we are creating the feeling of inclusion through theand our partnerships.”