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Kiki McDonough

Kiki McDonough Ltd

London, UK

Director

Kiki McDonough Ltd

Kiki McDonough
Biography
Famous for striking coloured gemstones and wearable designs, Kiki McDonough has become one of the most desirable British jewellery designers in the luxury sector. The enduring success of the business is testament to her creativity and attention to detail. Kiki’s passion for colour, elegance and workmanship can be seen in every piece of Kiki jewellery. Kiki broke all the taboos of which coloured gemstones you could put together and changed the face of jewellery in this country for ever. The Kiki McDonough brand has grown rapidly over the past decade, and is now recognised across the globe.

Kiki McDonough’s Newsfeed

23 May 2018
Chelsea in Bloom 2018

If you go down to Sloane Square today, you’re in for a big surprise… The annual Chelsea in Bloom competition has turned the whole area into a riot of colour and, for Kiki McDonough, it’s a floral paradise.

20 Mar 2018
The Latest Fad in Jewelry Is Pieces That Transform Themselves

Double-duty earrings are a mainstay in the collection of London jeweler Kiki McDonough. The designer was inspired by situations that kept coming up in her own life. “I was at my son’s soccer game and had to very quickly change into evening wear,” she says. “I wanted earrings I could wear with my jeans and dress them up to go out to dinner.” 

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Kiki McDonough’s Background

Director
Jun 1985 - Present
London, UK
Kiki began designing in 1985 after recognising an opportunity to offer beautifully designed, timeless jewellery using precious gemstones that broke the conventions of traditional antique jewellery. The brand offers accessible luxury and Kiki designs with every woman in mind, regardless of age or situation.

Other Business Interests

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The Prince's Trust
Business Mentor
Jun 2016 - Present
London, UK
The Prince's Trust believe that every young person should have the chance to embrace exciting opportunities so they help 11 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed or struggling at school to transform their lives. Their free programmes give young people the practical & financial support they need to stabilise their lives, helping them develop key skills while boosting their confidence and motivation.
Fellow
Jan 2016 - Present
London, UK
The mission of the RSA is to enrich society through ideas and action. They believe that all human beings have creative capacities that, when understood and supported, can be mobilised to deliver a 21st century enlightenment.
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Kiki McDonough’s Education

A levels, English and French