Rainbow Halo archway – the ‘alternative Christmas tree’

Rainbow Halo archway – the ‘alternative Christmas tree’


 London  Rainbow Halo archway  it a innivation. The designers behind Tatty Devine, Rosie Wolfenden and Harriet Vine are also available for interviews at this time – please let me know if this is of interest? Please see below some further information.

The Rainbow Halo installation is a vast illuminated and jewelled starry archway, providing a festive welcome to Peninsula Square and encouraging residents and visitors alike to ‘live colourfully’ this season. The archway is sprinkled with jewelled stars, each one representing themes that are often celebrated at this time of year: love, peace, unity, luck, magic and joy – all in cosmic harmony.

Inspired by the vibrant Chase The Rainbow jewellery collection, The Rainbow Halo draws on a joyful technicolour aesthetic; supersizing statement jewellery to create a monumental installation. Where possible, the archway has been made from a variety of sustainable, recycled and hired materials. At the end of the festive season, the installation will be sold with all proceeds going to Tatty Devine’s chosen charity, The Fawcett Society, the UK’s leading charity campaigning for gender equality and women’s rights.

Please find below illustration of the Rainbow Halo in situ on Peninsula Square, by the O2. I have also attached the full press release for more information on Greenwich Peninsula’s Winter Programme, including arts & culture events such as SAMPLE Christmas pop-up market and the Richard Malone exhibition Rinse, Repeat at the next door NOW Gallery.