Aurélie Bidermann creates the kind of jewelry women love: Throw on any one of her beautiful cuffs or statement rings for an instant upgrade to an everyday outfit. Equal parts bohemian nonchalance and gilded glamour, her collection is so infinitely wearable.

So it should hardly come as suprise that Ms. Bidermann has quickly won many fans in style capitals around the world, including her hometown of Paris. Speaking of Paris, we collaborated with our friends over at Love Gold on a photo tour of Aurélie’s uber-stylish studio in the City of Light.

You can sneak a peek of some of the amazing pieces from the Aurélie Bidermann collection we all know and love, but you’ll also see evidence of her latest endeavor: a fine jewelry collection. You’ll have to head to a Barneys New York flagship to scoop up these one-of-a-kind pieces, but trust us—it’s worth the trip.

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“This is a corner of a my studio—I love to have lots of beautiful books available for reference and inspiration.”

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“This is my ever-evolving inspiration board: all of my favorite things that keep me inspired while putting a smile on my face!”gray line


“I am wearing a Dries van Noten jacket and Céline sleepers. On my wrist, I wear all of my favorite personalized bangles, and on my neck, all my Aurélie Bidermann gold ‘lucky charms.'”

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“This beauty is from the fine jewelry collection. It’s a nautilus charm containing 6 diamonds, 21 pink sapphires, 5 purple sapphires, 6 amethysts, 6 blue sapphires, 7 tsavorites, 3 orange sapphires on yellow gold with a yellow gold paper clip. I love all of the colors—it makes me so happy!”

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“The gold lace cuff—these are some of my favorite pieces in the collection. I started designing them years ago and they continue to be best sellers. It instantly makes your outfit!” 

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“I have lot of wooden hands in my office and in my apartment. I use them as jewelry holders.”

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“How all of my creations begin—a simple drawing in my sketchpad. I always have it with me in case I am inspired by something.”

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