Aurélie Bidermann, the Parisian jeweler who adds the midas touch to necklaces entwined with colorful cotton threads and bracelets woven in corona-wreath-style, is now turning to fine jewelry, according to Women's Wear Daily. Taking inspiration from Greece and India, Bidermann is adding a layer of precious jewels, dotting pieces with tsavorites, sapphires, and diamonds. The collection will range from $3,000 to $75,000 and be sold in Barneys and The Webster in Miami.
We can't wait to see the fine jewelry collection. Bracelet, $535; net-a-porter.com.
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