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10 years ago by

If I had to name one thing that I love more than making my own moodboard, it’s exploring other’s.

I took a tour of Aurélie Bidermann’s showroom and just drooling over her jewelry, I spent an hour exploring every last inch of her moodboard while she told me where each thing came from. The concert tickets, the photos that inspire her, some notes that meant a lot (in the picture, you can see a note signed by Lauren Hutton, —Aaaaaaah!!!! Swooooon!!! – I thought you guys would like that as much as I did.) but also where a lot of the ideas for her creations come from, like these knotted gold chains that I just love.

And you know what’s cooler than all that? The fact that she paints these blue turquoise stripes.

Not bad for a pro-moodboard, right?

Click on the arrows to see all the images !

PS : It’s official : the last picture is going to be my new computer’s wallpaper.

Translation : Tim Sullivan

 

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