Most designers have a wish-list of celebrities they would like to see wearing their creations.
For Chloe Moss the wish-list is quickly becoming a reality.
Talking at her new workrooms in Trafford Street, close to the city centre, she produces a copy of Hello magazine and there is Colleen Rooney wearing Chloe’s distinctive bracelets.
She is just one of Chloe’s celebrity customers seen wearing creations from the ChloBo range. "It’s amazing to see them," she says. "It gives me such a sense of achievement."
Like her unconventional jewellery, Chloe’s business was born from unconventional beginnings.
Having worked for several years for a luxury travel firm, she took time off to explore all the places she’d been sending her clients on holiday.
"I felt as thought I had no real direction," she said. "I really didn’t know what I wanted to do with my life. I was travelling for nine months and finally ended up in Bali. It completely blew my mind away. The people were wonderful and the craftsmanship I saw there was amazing.
" I bought lots of jewellery there and when I got home and laid it all out it suddenly hit me that I wanted to do something similar.
"I went all that way and finally found what it was I wanted to do. I feel as though I have found my niche and I am really enjoying it."
And so she travelled back to Bali with her mum, Sue, to source materials and find a silversmith who could make up her designs.
Now she buys silver beads and semi precious stones from Bali, Thailand and India and mixes them with the distinctive tassels and charms which she designs herself.
"We buy a lot from the biggest crafts fair in Thailand which is an amazing sight," says Chloe.
The business has started to take off over the last year and the ChloBo range is now sold in stores such as Cricket in Liverpool, four boutiques in London and several stores in Alderley Edge.
Chloe’s mum has always worked alongside her and she has recently taken on staff as the business has grown.
"I feel as though we have gone from being a cottage industry with me working from home, to an expanding business with our own workshops," says Chloe.
She has recently launched a website so that people can buy her designs on-line.
"It would be wonderful if it went international," she added. "I would love to see people wearing it everywhere.
"I find that the range sells to people of all ages," she says. "And it’s very wearable because you can wear lots of bracelets together for a fun look or individually for a more sophisticated feel."
To view Chloe’s collection visit www.chlo-bo.co.uk/store