After completing a Fine Art degree at Oxford University,  Amy Anderson made her way from 
										sculpture, photography and video installation to setting up her label Comfort Station and never 
										looked back. 

  She launched her first handbag and accessories collection at London fashion week in the for Spring Summer 03 to much success and now, several seasons later, with a plethora of prestigious 
										boutiques and department stores stocking her work, the Fine Art influence is still very much 
										evident. Limited edition ranges of printed crockery, jewellery with hidden messages, unusual 
										themes, materials and techniques are just some of the things keeping her busy in the studio.  After the success of the bags and accessories, for Autumn /Winter 06 Comfort Station introduced 
										the first complete silver jewellery collection.  Five years on, the jewellery has quickly become a 
										firm favorite and is now carried in stockists spanning Europe, America, Asia and Australia.   										Because of the rich sumptuous detail throughout the collections, every piece of jewellery is 
										handcrafted at the Comfort Station studio in East London to exacting standards thus keeping it 
										from becoming a mass-produced object.  In addition to the high bar set for quality, right from its 
										inception Comfort Station has always been backed by solid principles: ensuring that no animal 
										products are used in the collections, all the wood is from sustainable resources and manufacturing 
										solely within the UK.   										In the spring of 2004 Comfort Station opened its flagship store in London just off the East End’s 
										bustling Brick Lane. It has subsequently been featured in fashion and design publications not only
											for its products but also for its unique interior.

Comfort Station

Location: United Kingdom
Tags: Necklaces, Rings, Earrings