Charlotte Chesnais: The most promising French jewellery designer

January 12, 2017

It goes without saying that Charlotte Chesnais has already carved her own path in the jewellery map and collection- to- collection goes up the ladder of success. Her work experience at Balenciaga alongside Nicolas Ghesquière, Kenzo, Mayiet, Maison Kitsuné as well as Paco Rabanne and last but not least the prestigious ANDAM Fashion accessories prize for her debut collection in 2015 can be a corroboration for the aforementioned. Her passion for design, graphic and fluid lines, abstract shapes alongside her dainty French aesthetic have driven her to continuous recognition while rapidly increased her followers.

Her debut collection featured  sculptural bracelets, play minded earrings and rings, necklaces in clean lines and spiral shapes that wrap around the body with such a mathematical accuracy that make the wearer enjoy a free flowing feel. This was followed by her second collection, an updated proposal with her signature edgy style combined with even more eye catching results.

In parallel, the designer took a step towards the fine jewellery world with the “Joaillerie” collection, a fine execution of her original pieces embellished with the palette of white diamonds, pink sapphires with amethysts, and dark, pale blue sapphires with topaz.

Her latest collection playfully doll up the wearer in a minimal but different way; she pinpointed the sculptural “face” of her pieces like a work of art. An even more architectural approach that combines modernism with her signature elegant and ablative look.

One can easily realise that Charlotte Chesnais with her unique French signature makes a revolutionary statement against bulky and mix ‘n match jewellery and lightens up of how jewellery should be worn to adorn our body!

Find out more about Charlotte Chesnais’s world here: http://charlottechesnais.fr

Sparkly Kisses,


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