8-10 July – Scoop London Fashion exhibition at Saatchi Gallery!

Sasha Ratiu press releaseSasha Ratiu began designing fine jewellery as a hobby, quickly turning it into a very successful business with her pieces worn by Tamara Mellon and many of London’s most famous and elegant people. In 2002 and 2003 she took her gems to Hollywood and instantly achieved an extraordinary success at the Oscars when her pieces were admired and worn by Sharon Stone and Joan Rivers, nowadays notorious for hosting the TV show ‘Fashion Police.’

The headquarters and showroom of the Sasha Ratiu luxury brand is located in Manchester Square in London in the Ratiu Family Family Foundation opposite the Wallace Collection. Here Sasha has developed her stunning jewellery line and her client base worldwide has steadily grown. Late last year she began building upon the jewellery successes and fulfilled her life-long passion by branching out into luxury clothes for men and women, and accessories for the home. Sasha, being Sasha, luxury is an understatement for the pieces she has created! Her Zarina sable and golden lace coat is just one example. Greatly inspired by her family and their own rich, cultural diversity, she has created opulent and imaginative designs unavailable anywhere else in the world.

Sasha Ratiu’s collection is now ready for discerning retailers to take around the world. She is launching her luxury brand at Scoop London from 8-10th July where she will be hosting her own stand at Gallery 14 at the Saatchi Gallery, Kings Road, Chelsea, London SW3.

Sasha Ratiu is set to become one of the world’s great luxury brands. Be amongst the first to see and love it! Vogue, Tatler, Harper’s, Women’s Wear Daily have featured Sasha Ratiu.

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Invitation to private collection show

We are hosting a private view of our new collection on Monday 18th June 2012 -
please see the invitation below and do let us know if you wish to attend.

Invitation to private collection show

07990 585 086

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La Dolce
Sasha Ratiu, founder of the couture cashmere brand La Dolce, already a successful jewellery designer under her own brand name, is now launching a new exquisite collection of top quality cashmere, pashmina, silk and linen garments. This luxurious collection has extremely comfortable design, stylish shapes with great attention to detail,  includes both men’s and women’s cashmere knitted clothing, home wear and accessories in plain and embellished styles under the brand name La Dolce.

Each design of this couture line is individually created by Sasha Ratiu, meticulously monitored from the drawing board, sourced from the world’s finest yarns and fabrics and stitched by talented seamstresses. Like a jewel every piece is handmade, embellished with vintage embroidery or beads in combination with semiprecious stones.

This range of unique designs will sell in the top retailers in the UK, Scandinavia, Russia, Kazakhstan, and countries further east. A number of retailers have been approached and they have welcomed this new enterprise.

To prepare this collection, Sasha Ratiu travelled across the world looking for organic products and natural dyes for the collection. For example, for pink, red and burgundy colours, wines and berries are used; for green colours, mint extract; for the yellows and browns, nuts and roots. The technique of fixing the colours and making them resilient is an ancient secret known only to few.

Sasha Ratiu plans to launch her label in October under her own name and also the R M F label from her atelier in Nepal, owned by Rajni Malla Fistolera.

For further information and a personal preview of the collection please contact our office at La Dolce Ltd, 18 Fitzhardinge Street, London, W1H 6EQ or by email at

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