LINX by Mark Morton: exotic jewellery for glamorous ladies
Ladies, we have to admit that we love any fashion item that is versatile! Occasionally we want a piece that is suitable for the day job and for a night out straight from work. At LINX by Mark Morton we are guaranteed to find one of these pieces.
Mark Morton began his career in the fashion industry as a stylist to the stars and personal shopper in 2004. Through this and his experience as a boutique manager, Mark and his clients found it hard to find jewellery to fit their needs. This gap in the market led to Mark’s vision for LINX and allowed him to become a personal jeweller to his clients. Mark is excited to share his passion for beauty and fashion with you and he looks forward to the opportunity to be your personal jeweller.
Beauty, quality and originality is the foundation upon which LINX by Mark Morton is built. The label offers unique custom-made pieces that enhance the beauty of every look. These pieces can be worn at the office, on the beach or a night on the town. For example these drops called ‘Big Dipper’ would look great on a beach holiday and would take you through to the evening.
Each piece is made from the highest quality crystals, semi-precious stones and mixed metals that are hand-crafted to create a look that complements your style and individuality. In some stores feather pieces are often made with artificial dyes, colours and inhumane treatment to birds. However, at LINX, Mark only uses feathers from rescue agencies and owners of exotic birds. So the feathers on these ‘Fire Within’ earrings are from birds that have been treated humanely, which is great!
Mark is inspired by everything that is around him: “I get inspired by music, smells, colours I see on the street, in everyday life!” We should all live by LINX’s brand motto -“Mark your style.” You should make your style personal to you.
So if you feel the need to invest in some jewellery for your trip to Ibiza, or for a summer festival, try LINX by Mark Morton for some inspiration.
For further information visit LINX by Mark Morton here.