It was only four months ago that Natasha Butler launched her burgeoning fashion label Bruug but the beauty is already proving a force to be reckoned with thanks to her newly minted role as brand ambassador for Rosendorff jewellers.
The wife of West Coast Eagles defender Sam Butler debuted her line of sleek, classic basics in July and has quickly become a designer to watch, with many of her creations selling out from the Carillon City store and spotted on other local style mavens and fellow WAGs.
But perhaps Butler's biggest coup comes from her new collaboration with the iconic jeweller, which will see the blonde don their glittering pieces at charity events and Rosendorffs in turn sponsor the up-and-coming label.
Butler, whose own engagement ring is from the jeweller, said the partnership between Bruug and the 50-year-old brand felt like a natural fit.
"It's quite an honour for me to have a company like Rosendorffs identify that maybe I'm coming up through the ranks," she said.
"To be able to have their support, especially in the charity endeavours and everything we've got planned, it gives me more confidence to keep going and keep pushing."
The first step in what the two parties hope will be a long relationship is Bruug's spring- summer launch at the *Rendezvous Grand Hotel *tonight, where key pieces will be paired with jewels from Rosendorff's Watercolour Collection.
Founder *Craig Rosendorff *said they would discuss designing a range of Bruug jewellery in the future.
Butler will also showcase her new Mini Bruug children's line at the event, from which a percentage of the proceeds will go towards the cardiac ward at Princess Margaret Hospital.
"It came to a point where it was an opportunity to link a charity and it seemed like the perfect timing," Butler said.
"I hope setting it up in the early stages of the business' life will keep me motivated long term."
Now that the designer has firmly established herself on the fashion scene with as the Rosendorffs ambassador, she said her husband was very proud."He's probably even more supportive - now I think he feels that it's not just a flash in the pan and I'm out," Butler laughed. "He's very excited for me."