About Finest Imaginary
Finest Imaginary is the independent studio of British designer-maker Kim Lawler. A mix of modern aesthetic, style and colour, the designs are sure to bring a little fun into your everyday. We're passionate about making talk-about-able designs that you'll love for years.
Finest Imaginary was born in the summer of 2007 as the creative outlet for a junior web developer who spent her days behind a computer screen. What started as a kitchen-table hobby has turned into a brand stocked across the world.
Finest Imaginary loves: nature - adventures - the outdoors - pinterest - dogs - cats - burgers - ice cream - bright patterns - colour - fun - cacti - the seaside - box sets - lazy sundays - mountains
Keep up to date with Finest Imaginary on social media (and get in the inside scoop on what Kim's dog and cats are up to!). Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
Our Manufacturing Process
Based in Yorkshire, UK, our designs are all made in-house from scratch. We use our own laser cutter to cut the intricate pieces which are all put together by hand in our studio.
Our jewellery findings and chains are produced in the UK to our own specifications (we know you love a lobster clasp over a ring-closure!).
More About Kim
Kim Lawler is a born and raised Yorkshire lass, excessive coffee drinker, and championship cusser. Graduating with a degree in Interactive Arts, Kim spent a few years in agency land before quitting the day job to live the work-for-yourself dream. She simultaneously runs a successful one-woman-shop web design business alongside her creative brand, Finest Imaginary.
Kim offers a no-bullshit approach to all aspects of business, and writes about it regularly on her personal blog. She's spoken professionally on web design, her jewellery has been featured in Vogue, and she's worked on the websites of major fashion brands. She can most likely be found hanging out with her cats and dog, watching rubbish shows on netflix, and complaining about the lack of biscuits in the house. You can find Kim on twitter, pinterest, instagram & facebook.
Kim also thinks writing about herself in the third person is really weird.