Born in Paris she has always lived in the city of love and strays outside this natural habitat as little as possible.
A dreamy and shy little girl who loves to dress up. She follows her fancies and studies literature - highly specialised yet of little practical use - then finds true love as a self-taught jewellery designer.
Ten years ago she launched her own brand of ultra-feminine accessories. Her aim – to adorn little and grown up girls. The Orientalism of the 30s, a major influence on her designs, grows more sophisticated over time: in 2012 her jewellery is small and precious, to be worn both day and night as talismans for the urban princess.
Songs by Jeanne Moreau Gardening Afghan jewellery Japan Blondie Proust Antique jewellery Venice The beauty of Tibet Ancient jewellery Django C17th jewellery The Tale of Genji Frida
Admirations Marguerite Duras The Kills Serge Lutens perfumes Gossip Henri Calet Gena Rowlands Michel Houellebecq Dita Von Teese Codognato jewels Miss Tic design Patrick Modiano Buccellati jewels Gipsy mood Dries Van Noten Charlotte Rampling
Boucheron bracelet I dream of having this Boucheron on my wrist. Preferably the version without diamonds, it's easier to wear every day. Anyone who wants to make my dream come true don't be shy! Name of model: Delilah Available at Boucheron, place Vendome, Paris.
boutons Iminacre Rahan My hero: Rahan, son of the savage age. Baudelaire My darling was naked, and knowing my heart well, She was wearing only her sonorous jewels... Charles Baudelaire Flowers of Evil Headscarf My favourite headscarf. Poiluchon Poiluchon, my favourite horse in my favourite headscarf. Rebus powder compact Rebus powder compact by Line Vautrin, 1950s: Milk bottles