Whistle + Bango, British Jewellery Brand, gifting partner at Queen Charlotte’s Ball 2016

Whistle + Bango is a British Jewellery Brand, known for its bespoke luxury pieces, that are made to order by our London based specialists. Created by Ania Kubow and Rosie Parkes, the brand has managed to establish itself as a socialite favourite in the short span of time since its inception. Gracing the hands of Laura Whitmore, Binky Felstead, Stephanie Pratt, Judy Murray and even the ears of Kylie Jenner, the pieces have become a staple for famous faces across various platforms.

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Their Signature piece comes in the form of a personalisable bangle. The girls realised a gap in the market for high end bespoke jewellery, and developed a product that allows the customer to choose colour, size and message, to produce their dream keepsake.

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Having worked along side brands such as Harrods, Bentley and Rolls Royce at the British Polo out in Dubai in the past, they are over the moon to be named a gifting partner at Queen Charlotte’s ball this year.

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The most fascinating part about this brand, apart from its impressive following, is the fact that both girls work full time. Talking to virgin.com , on how they juggle running a Luxury brand with having full time jobs, Ania Kubow says: ‘Wise time management is key. Divide your day into windows where you focus on the task at hand fully. It is unfair to use someone else’s time for your own gains, and work on your own projects during paid work hours – as a director of a company, I would not value such an employee.’  Two years of hard work down the line, Rosie and Ania are now in a fortunate position to be able to delegate production and operational work to their exceptionally skilled London-based jeweller, and outsourced assistant – which they say is one of their wisest investments to date as they grow.