In the heart of the 16th district in Paris, the creative office, the 34 was entirely decorated by the designer. A place of creation and a showroom, every detail reflect the world of the 60’s and the 70’s lamps, its renaissance and regency furniture mingle with oak woodwork and Art Deco gold displays. From family portraits to contemporary works of art and exotic objects brought from the other side of the world – it gives a cosy and intimate atmosphere, conducive to conversations and creation.

The tall Haussmanian windows bathe the space with a soft light, which allows guests to appreciate the jewelry collections displayed in the showcases and the to admire the quality of the gems in the natural daylight.

A concept is born. At the same time as a creative office, as a showroom and as a reception place, it is in this confidential place that the designer presents her collections and receives her customers. ‘It’s an experimental place where time stops. I listen carefully to my clients and we take the time to exchange their wishes and needs so that each of my creative leads can meet their expectations, or even surprise them’.

Each jewelry creation is made in 18 carats gold or platinum. Eugenie herself selects each gemstone: ‘The gems nourish my inspiration and are the heart of each of my creations’.

Eugenie is inspired by the gemstone itself and designs an original creation, a real jewel for an exceptional stone. Other creations are instead the result of a meeting between a client’s desire and the designer’s universe.

Each jewelry creation is made in her showroom in Paris, in collaboration with the best craftworkers of the capital.

Each jewel delivered has been entirely designed by the brand.

The singularity of the designer lies in this intimacy and this continuity between the creative aspect and the production.