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Nadja Swarovski

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London, UK

Executive Board Member & Head of Corporate Branding and Communications

Swarovski

Nadja Swarovski
Biography
Since joining the Swarovski family business, Nadja has overseen the brand’s successful repositioning within the fashion, jewellery, design, film and art industries. Her innovative approach has led to partnerships with institutes, museums and organisations and collaborations with some of the most exciting established and emerging designers. A committed philanthropist, she took over Swarovski's corporate responsibility in 2012 and subsequently launched the Swarovski Foundation. Nadja was recently made a Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters at the Cercle de l’Union Interalliée in Paris.

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Nadja Swarovski’s Newsfeed

15 Aug 2017
Celebrating 10 Years of Atelier Swarovski

ounded by Nadja Swarovski in 2007, Atelier Swarovski has collaborated with the finest talents in the world across fashion, jewelry, architecture and design to create unique pieces that push the boundaries of creativity and craftsmanship. Offering cutting-edge jewelry, accessories and home décor items, which are the ultimate expression of Swarovski crystal, its 10th anniversary year sees the brand celebrating a decade of inspirational collections created in collaboration with leading designers, including Jean Paul Gaultier, Viktor&Rolf, Christopher Kane, Maison Margiela, Zaha Hadid and Mary Katrantzou.

10 Aug 2017
Swarovski Pledges 300,000 Pounds to the BFC Education Foundation

Swarovski has pledged 300,000 pounds to the BFC Education Foundation, a charity that supports fashion students who are studying for bachelor- and master-of-arts degrees at U.K. universities, the British Fashion Council said Thursday.
Nadja Swarovski, member of the Swarovski Executive Board, said investing in the next generation of talent is essential and is a part of the company’s ethos. “Young designers are the heartbeat of our business, and it’s up to all of us to foster and champion their visions to keep our industry thriving,” said Swarovski.

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Nadja Swarovski’s Background

Executive Board Member & Head of Corporate Branding and Communications
Jan 1995 - Present
Nadja joined Swarovski in January 1995 and became a member of the Swarovski Executive Board in 2011. Swarovski was founded by her great-great-grandfather Daniel Swarovski in 1895 and is the world's leading provider of precision-cut crystal for fashion, jewellery, accessories, lighting, architecture and interiors.
Chairperson
Dec 2012 - Present
Established in 2012, the Swarovski Foundation supports charitable projects under three main pillars: fostering culture and creativity, promoting wellbeing and human rights and conserving natural resources.
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Other Business Interests

Ambassador
Jan 2015 - Present
London, UK
Women for Women International is a non-profit humanitarian organization that provides practical and moral support to women survivors of war.
Patron
Jun 2014 - Present
London, UK
Women in Manufacturing is a not-for-profit organisation set up by British Glass and The Worshipful Company of Glass Sellers of London to support, attract and retain women in the UK manufacturing sector.
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