Interviews/ Features / Guest Blogs
We belong to this incredible creative community and have been blessed with some amazing interviews and features that covers our journey. Grateful and truly humbled.
Many of these interviews cover my design journey so far and they love that my brand is all about sustainability and vibrant, bold colour. Some also find it inspiring that I founded my brand, in 2020 just before the pandemic hit! I have also used my voice related to topics close to my heart, like sustainability, circular fashion, colour love & bringing joy and colour in people's life. Rarely but surely I have also been featured for my varied interests and hobbies when they have captured the imagination of British press.
Handmade by Tinni was launched to address the lack of colourful, fun biodegradable jewellery for fashionistas who love expressing their personality with unusual, statement jewellery pieces. We want our designs to bring joy, inspire confidence and encourage ethical living.
Some if these features focus on the traditional art-form of our designs that is the art of traditional rope knotting crafts and processes like macramé which we specilise to create colourful, unique and bold designs.
Here are some of the highlights:
(in order of published dates)
Dated: January 1st 2024
By Woman's Own Magazine
Featured on Woman's Own Magazine focusing on my incredible postal stamp collection.
It was great to chat with the journalist and sharing my journey spanning over 3 decades!
I was inspired my my mum who is / was a collector and her collection (now mine) included postal stamps from British Raj in pre-independence India!
Dated: January 5th 2024
By Lauren Thompson at Creoate | Blog
Creoate is a curated site where you can discover and buy unique wholesale products online at Creoate. Shop wholesale homeware, home decor products, jewellery, fashion accessories, stationery, gifts, food, drinks, kids and baby products etc. from thousands of independent wholesale vendors.
Crafting Conscious & Sustainable Style with Handmade by Tinni:
Meet Paulomi Debnath, the visionary behind Handmade by Tinni. We join her in the tangle as she ties the knot on yet another successful year in business with her sustainable jewellery and accessory brand. Crafting vibrant pieces from organic cotton in her London Studio, join us as we dive into the colourful world of Handmade by Tinni, where style meets sustainability in a tapestry of contemporary textile design.
Dated: January 16th 2024
By BBC one: Money for Nothing
Hosted by Sarah Moore
My lovely customer & stockist, Juliette from Quirky Boutique & Vintage LOOE, Cornwall was featured as she scooped up a stunning up-cycled vintage dresser and she was flaunting my 'Love Necklace' in canary Yellow.
How lovely does she look!
Quirky is a heaven for colour lovers and if you are looking for 'quirky' fashion, I would highly recommend Juliette and her beautiful shop. She offers online shopping too. I absolutely love her vibrant fashion and personality!
Thank you Juliette for loving my designs and glowing in the 'love necklace'.
Extra thank you to my lovely friend and valued customer Trisha Dowdall, who spotted my necklace on this show and nudged me straight away. Love you.
What a pleasant surprise on my Birthday week!
Dated: January 18th 2024
By My Weekly Special Magazine
My Weekly Special magazine is the perfect accompaniment to My Weekly! The Specials are packed full with all the exciting stories and features that our readers enjoy!
I was featured as the Founder & Artist at Handmade by Tinni with our personal love story. Being featured on my birthday, was special!
Dated: January 23, 2024
By The Telegraph (Money Section)
The Telegraph covered my personal story on remortgage in their 'Money' section and worked on a good profile story. It was read by their community of reader and thousands of viewers.
Dated: February 7th, 2024
By ITV Regional News
On ITV news on 11 regional channels.
Nick Smith, journalist at ITV came to our home studio to interview me on my views regarding the wider effect of ’new’ tax rules around Vinted. We chatted about the confusion among normal people and the possible environmental impact it might have.
The images are snippets from that interview on air.