Tresor Paris are delighted to have seen MOBO founder Kanya King MBE wearing a collection of Tresor Paris necklaces at the prestigious and highly respectable BBC Radio 4’s Women’s Hour Power List event!
King looked every part the power dresser in a smart silver silk suit combined with three of our most popular necklaces from the Tresor Paris Neptune collection. Two white crystal and frosted stainless steel necklaces contrasted elegantly with a single black crystal necklace from the same collection.
Kanya King founded the MOBO’s in 1996, and alongside supporting a wide range of diverse and innovative projects, elevated urban music in to the mainstream not only in the UK, but worldwide. Bringing household names such as Rita Ora, Kano and Miss Dynamite to the spotlight, Kanya has left her indelible mark on British culture.
Not satisfied with changing the face of UK music alone, Kanya King is also a member of a Home Office task force aimed at reducing gun violence and a founding member of Net Women, a cooperative body of women in the media. Kanya King truly is a captivating inspiration to us all, man or woman and a gleaming role model for the youth of Britain!
Rubbing shoulders with high profile women such as Tracy Emin, Stella McCartney and Her Majesty the Queen, Kanya received the mixed blessing of being the only black woman to feature on the list. King said that she hope this would be a start to “women and people of colour achieving equality in the workplace.” The team at Tresor Paris congratulate Kanya and hope you guard that beautiful sparkle fiercely!
For more information, images or samples please contact:Nadine Doran-Holder|Marketing Executive 020 7427 8300 PR@tresorparis.com