Warre began her eponymous jewellery label in 2014. Before this she worked in the fashion industry for Russian Vogue and Glamour, having studied at Chelsea College of art and design and the London College of Fashion. But it was when she was a child, visiting with her parents, that she fell in love with India, the country that now holds the key to her jewellery. Warre’s craftsmen and factories are all located in Jaipur, and it here she too that she buys her stones and silver, drawing on the city’s famous and historic connection to gemmology. Given the quality of these materials and Warre’s imaginative ways of fashioning them, it is perhaps no surprise that her label has picked up a famous following. British it-models Adwoa Aboah and Jean Campbell are fans, while Kate Moss was photographed wearing Warre’s gold gypsy hoop earrings for the cover of the April 2017 issue of British Vogue. And they were the model’s own.