An emblematic brand of the Monnier Paris selection, Aurélie Bidermann is famous for bright and summery jewellery designed to be worn all year round – perfect for adding a touch of femininity to your looks. The designer founded her eponymous house in 2004, first imagining a high-end "haute-fantaisie" collection, whose pieces challenged our very perception of jewellery, later supplemented by a fine jewellery range. Romantic and free, she designs pieces in her image, and inspires a whole generation of women. Passionate about travel, and a lover of Paris and New York, Aurélie Bidermann's rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces take us on a journey, with references to urban chic as well as more exotic climes. Wearing an Aurélie Bidermann piece guarantees a spiritual journey, from which you are likely to emerge with an overriding sense of bravery, escapism and power. The jewels are so elegant they're impossible to resist: pieces can be stacked and layered, without ever looking OTT - impossible with such elegant creations. Original yet comfortable, their curves seem to bounce off each other, for a myriad of combinations that can be made and unmade, however and whenever you see fit. Approached more as fashion accessories than jewellery design, Aurélie Bidermann's costume jewellery is intended to form the centrepiece of a look. The essence of Aurélie Bidermann is expressed in several lines, with varied aesthetics and influences. Tao re-imagines the curves of the snake, fascinating and mysterious, while Etania is a nostalgic nod to the classic candy necklace, a childhood memory of the designer. The captivating Liwa pieces are adorned with waves, inspired by the lines the sand makes in the desert at sunrise and at nightfall. With their distinctly modern aura and fiercely feminine feel, it's the even more contemporary Diana and Katt that have made a name for the brand. Designed respectively as a tribute to the legendary Diana Ross and Kath Both, a major artist from the Bauhaus movement, the two lines are available in tangy sorbet colours or more understated, wintery hues.