Award winning designer Myriam’s design career began while she was working at a top communications agency, making jewelry in her spare time. By 2008, people had begun asking if they could buy her pieces and requesting bespoke designs. Myriam employed a design tutor, studying jewelry techniques every night after work. In 2010, she quit her job, moved to London to study at Central Saint Martins, and set up her eponymous company. Myriam now works with a team of 15 craftspeople. She has delivered a Tedtalk on her work, and creates ready-to-wear collections which can be bought as seen or customised to suit a client’s desires and budget. She is known for her innovative approach to design. “I’ve never been conventional,” she says. “I always look for something di erent. My USP is my multi-functional jewelry, encapsulated in the‘Transformers’ collection. it’s jewelry that is flexible, moveable and playful, which can be worn in many different ways. it is designed for today’s woman, who has so many different roles in life. A pendant can become a ring, for example, or turn inside out. Her awards include Designer of the Year 2013 at London Jewelry week and at the 2015 international Madame Figaro "Women of the year Achievement Awards". She was also a finalist in New Designer of the Year 2014 at the UK watch & Jewelry Awards.