Brands There are 13 brands

  • Alphabeta

    Alphabeta's creator, Ségolène Savoff repurposes and mixes vintage materials to produce playfully stylish jewellery and accessories. Her collections are simple and elegant, with a whimsical touch.
  • AnaOzi

    Jewellery with a chic bohemian feel from Anaozi. 

  • Anna Sottilotta

    This French designer draws her inspiration from the ancient Egypt, from amulets and other sacred objects as well as from a more modern universe. 

  • Ante Meridiem

    Ante Meridiem is the brainchild of Layla Requena, a young, self-taught designer living in the south of France. Her jewellery is a subtle blend of modern and ethnic inspirations from her travels in Africa and South America.
  • Apodemia

    The name of this jewellery collection refers to the Apodemia butterfly that migrates from Brazil to Canada. Its designs are inspired by nature and animals. The collection is suitable for any occasion, night and day, and is always in line with the most current trends.

  • Aurore Havenne

    Inspired by the city, its volumes, its buildings, its noise, its flows, its art and its energy, the Belgian designer Aurore Havenne creates jewels with pure and minimalistic lines.
  • BDM Studio

    BDM Studio’s finely gilded jewellery, embellished with rhinestones and semiprecious gems, has forged a timeless style, etching its message across the very surface of gold, seeking out new expressions and proportions.

  • Hop Hop Hop

    Hop Hop Hop is a delicate jewellery collection handmade in Paris by the talented self-made designer Clémentine du Pontavice. Hop Hop Hop's universe is refined yet simple, inspiring and fun.
  • Imm Living

    Based in the eclectic downtown core of Toronto, Imm Living creates porcelain design objects marrying functionality with a playful sensibility.
  • Louise Hendricks Paris

    Combining raw materials with delicate fabrics and luxury details, jewellery designer Louise Hendricks perfectly blends feminine elegance and modern attitude.

  • Magali Paris

    Refined and delicate, Magali’s jewels are to be worn like talismans, to be kept on at all times. Their simple shapes make them into timeless pieces.
  • Tassia Canellis

    Paris based designer Tassia Canellis launched her jewellery line in 2007. Her collection can’t be put in just one box; it explores many elements, compositions, and themes.
  • Trois Petits Points

    The beautiful jewellery from French brand Trois Petits Points can be best described as ultrafine, discreet and elegant. Aside from a pure line made of gold or silver-plated brass, the brand is known for its enamelled lockets in trendy colours.