Sumary of Claire Choisne, artistic director of Boucheron: “My freedom to create is a gentle revolution”:
- The follow-up after this The one released by the “Ailleurs” collection, unveiled in July in Paris, is astonishing as the contrasts between the raw materials chosen and the preciousness of the gems and jewelry techniques used are so powerful.
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- As soon as he moved to Place Vendôme, Frédéric Boucheron seduced a clientele of Parisian courtesans and American industrialists by designing explosive jewellery, a necklace in the shape of a question mark, diamonds engraved with flowers or a coat of arms…
- For ten years that she has been developing the collections of this house founded in 1858 in Paris, Choisne has made innovation the cornerstone of her work.
- Of curiosities, a gold bolero stands alongside naturalized flower petal rings, a Ricochet necklace, designed from Mandelbrot fractals, alongside a Nuage scarf.
- “Sometimes it would be easier to make fine jewelry by putting diamonds everywhere,” admits the designer.
- “The rebellious spirit was lacking in fine jewelry,” she observes.