Ruth Melbourne is the founder of Ruth Melbourne, the ultimate in luxe British intimate jewellery.
Ruth launched her label following rave reviews for costume design and accessories in the music video ‘Let Me’ by recording artist The Floacist in 2011.
The conceptual body jewellery line lays particular emphasis on luxurious statement pieces that celebrate the female form. The hand-made bespoke pieces are timeless, fun, daring and not for the faint hearted – the perfect accompaniment for the fashionista with a taste for the risque.
Conceptualised, painstakingly hand crafted and beautifully packaged in London, the pieces are the ultimate in intimate luxury.
Ruth Melbourne both artist and the label have garnered international interest and have been featured in the press across America, Asia and Europe. The line has been seen on Miley Cyrus, Carmen Carrera, Brooke Candy Happy Day’s music video, Laura Mvula, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Pamela Anderson and Laganja Estranja.