Meet Kathryn Bishop who you may recognize from our 'Women in Jewellery' panel. We took five minutes for an interview #InHerRings with Kathryn...
What was your first job? 
In a chemist developing photos, but in jewellery aged 17 as a Saturday girl. It's where I got the bug!
What was your worst job?
Working for a jewellery brand on the King's Road. They were so disorganised and rude that I left after three days.
Describe what you do now in one sentence
I'm an editor at The Future Laboratory, a trends and futures consultancy where I specialise in luxury. I'm also kept nice and busy as co-founder of Women's Jewellery Network and a trustee of the Goldsmiths' Craft & Design Council.
What brings you joy at work?
The people I work with, who are striving to ensure we all have positive, fulfilling futures.
Go to work outfit?
High-waisted jeans, Nike Internationalists, skate t-shirt
Go to jewellery look?
Stacks of signet rings, hoops and a name necklace.
Earrings, Rings, Bracelets or Necklaces?
I adore rings but own a lot of trinkety necklaces 🙈
Gold or Silver?
Silver with a dash of 9ct
Favourite pieces from Maya Magal?
The Hallmark designs - I love little details and engraving on jewellery. It tells a story
What do you love about jewellery?
Exactly that – that it tells a story. It's personal, carries a lot of memories and it always fits!

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