StageCorporate Majority | Acquired
HERA is an online streetwear brand that specializes in contemporary denim. It produces a variety of jeans, t-shirts, jackets, and hoodies. It is based in Cheltenham, England. On October 21st, 2021, Paul Richardson acquired a majority stake in HERA. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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May 2, 2023
Princess of Wales wore Emily Mortimer Jewellery's design during a visit to the Aberfan memorial garden, PA (Image: PA) A Woodbridge-based jewellery manufacturer has gained the royal seal of approval for a third time after her designs were worn by the Princess of Wales. Emily Foskett, the founder of Emily Mortimer Jewellery, has recently launched her very first gold and diamond collection, which was originally inspired by femininity and empowerment. The Prince and Princess of Wales during a visit to the Aberfan memorial garden, to pay their respects to those who lost their lives during the Aberfan disaster on October 21st 1966, PA (Image: PA) Ms Foskett said: "To see the Princess of Wales wear my Hera earrings for the third time was a very special moment for me, not only as a designer but also as a woman. "Her style is absolutely flawless, and I was just so excited to see one of my designs becoming such a prominent feature. Princess Kate wears Emily Mortimer Jewellery's Hera collection, PA (Image: PA) "My Hera collection was inspired by femininity and empowerment and is designed to stand the test of time, and I think this testifies to that perfectly." Ms Foskett launched Emily Mortimer Jewellery in 2015 and said that becoming a jewellery designer is the fulfilment of "a childhood dream that turned into reality." Emily Foskett, the owner of Emily Mortimer Jewellery, Emily Mortimer Jewellery (Image: Emily Mortimer Jewellery) In 2021, she opened her first store, on Deben Wharf in Woodbridge. The owner of Emily Mortimer Jewellery then said: "Jewellery means everything to me. "It has been something I have loved since I was a child, and I am so lucky to still love it now. Princess Kate wears Emily Mortimer Jewellery's Hera collection, PA (Image: PA) "There is no better feeling than designing jewellery for family, friends, and customers and knowing how happy that piece has made them."
HERA Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was HERA founded?
HERA was founded in 2014.
Where is HERA's headquarters?
HERA's headquarters is located at 6 The Clarence, Clarence Parade, Cheltenham.
What is HERA's latest funding round?
HERA's latest funding round is Corporate Majority.
Who are the investors of HERA?
Investors of HERA include Paul Richardson.
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