Yep when thinking about the writing a title for this post yes I was going to go there with Wham, wake me up before you gogo was a contender, absolute cheesy brilliance, but I have reigned myself in, because the Gogo Philips jewellery line is way too cool for such 80′s mockery. I am only familiar with the line through the twittersphere, the constant mentions, and high praise of the collections, so when Amy invited me to see their latest offerings of one-off vintage pieces , and collaboration with Toy-Me people please for suture reference; you know I loves me some jewellery so just RSVP me, and let me know the date, and time. Unfortunately I was told at the very beginning that we were allowed to have a complementary item, so my little brain went in to overload, actually overwriting my objective blogger vision of how to take the photographs to really convey to the readers the originality and flair of the collection, debased to ‘I wonder how this will look with my outfit.’ and ‘how will this go with what I have already?’ Mr Gogo Philip was actually there, a charismatic character where you couldn’t help but smile, and he has an obvious love for what he does, and this translates to some truly originally pieces,chunky pieces against delicate fine jewellery in both gold, and silver, the pendant itself displaying the charm with antique type keys, and even a little bottle to put your perfume in. (make sure to maximise the gallery to get the flvour of the collection) I went away with the gold fine chain, with miniature chair, (another little fascination I have with doll like things) chunky gold twisted hoop earrings, gold bangle, and gold chunky link chain which Mr Philip styled himself by putting the two chains together. Also hanging out with Jazmine, and Tory made the evening fly by, as we gabbed about … actually I can’t really remember but sometimes aren’t those the best conversations as you just have the pleasure of amazing company.