True luxury … Founded in Paris in 2003, Maison Édéenne produces one-of-a-kind pieces of high jewelry using a unique approach which is reshaping the world of traditional jewelry. Her bejeweled sculptures celebrate the personal stories of her private clients, drawing on a collective psyche to construct universes or reveal the values of the leading brands which commission her.
inspirelle.com writes : “Starting over at any age can feel like diving into the unknown. It can be especially daunting when you’re over the age of 40 and breaking into a field known for its exclusivity in a city not your own. But that’s exactly what Edéenne, a Canadian marketing executive, did in 2003 when two transformative experiences – a divorce and a deep-water dive – led her to create her own house of high jewelry.”
Works from Maison Édéenne have been exhibited throughout the world: twice at the Musée de la Légion d’Honneur and once at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, at Wako in Tokyo, and at the TEFAF in Maastricht. In 2013, Édéenne was commissioned to create the collection commemorating the 400th anniversary of the high jewelry house Mellerio dits Meller. One year later, in 2004, she transposed Chinese legends into entrancing pieces for Lane Crawford, the luxurious department store in Hong Kong.
Michael BRUNN c/o STILLSTARS photographed the motifs presented here on GoSee.NEWS for EDEENNE JEWELERS. GoSee : edeenne.com