Aurélie Bidermann | A journey in Mexico

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Aurélie Bidermann | A journey in Mexico

Inspired by mexican joie de vivre and the age of the triangle of the sun, frequented by stars from all over the world, this new collection exudes a natural sophistication.
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For this new season, the Aurélie Bidermann house renews its invitation to travel, to the east coast of Mexico, to the most exquisite seaside resort: Tulum.

The pearl of the Mayan Riviera bordering the Caribbean Sea embodies all the curiosity, art of living and spirit of Aurélie Bidermann. The green headquarters of a gypsum lover of authenticity, the fishing village and its unique archaeological remains has transformed, over the years, into a destination popular with Hollywood celebrities as well as tourism fans. against a backdrop of jungle, white sand and turquoise water, multicolored fish and majestic wild turtles swim freely…

This collection is a true declaration of love to Mexico with amaité and its pieces proclaiming amores in full, and its mischievous plural to be found on the pair of drop earrings, necklace, bracelet and ring.

We also love the South American chic interpreted in the embroidery and couture pleats of Rosario, the beauty of its ivory bakelite on the bracelet and the imposing cuff, and its moonstone cabochons set on the cocktail ring and the buckles ears.

Evoking a stroll in the surroundings of Tulum, the Kabah line nods to the “path of the Gods”, an exceptional archaeological site located between Uxmal and Chichen-itza. Molded on authentic pieces of wood like the bracelet and the ring, the cuff and the earrings are adorned here with turquoise and a very soft purple jade, a first in the history of the House.

The multi-colored and geometric embroideries of malli combine in an artisanal and jewelry spirit, colored threads, hammered metal and the generous shapes of malachites, jades and amazonites, carnelians and rose quartz. Two rings, two pairs of earrings, two cuffs inspired by the legendary copacabana model, woven and embossed with stones accompany a spectacular bib.

A piece of body jewelry offers the wearer the aura of a mythological princess, a cross between jungle and beach, with every detail of the adornment shining in the light of the moon. A new nobility, both playful and traveling: this is the promise of malli – until the end of the night.

The geometry of Mayan architecture is found in the main motif of the caleta line: a sign that keeps all its mystery with a bracelet and a ring, transcended in the earrings version with a shower of carnelian beads and pink quartzite.

In Tulum, as with Aurélie Bidermann, it is also about spontaneity. the spirit of the little peasant baskets vibrates in the cuff, the bracelet, the hoop earrings and the caliche earrings, whose name evokes a children’s nursery rhyme full of enthusiasm and cheerfulness.

This capacity to marvel is also that of ikala which honors the turtle, an emblematic animal of the Yucatan and highly symbolic for the Mayans, in a pendant with an articulated head and a body engraved with clover leaves and a pair of asymmetrical hoop earrings dancing along the neck. Simplicity and wonder are present in the Positano line, giving pride of place to shells, combining the shine of golden metal with coral red drops.

This trip to Mexico would not be what it is without the great classics, constantly reinvented. Inspired by the astonishing Mays mathematical system made of lines and dots, the Honolulu necklace is associated here with jade beads and the four-leaf clover and available on three emblematic signature bracelets from Aurélie bidermann, with patterns chiseled in the polished metal and hammered.

This season, a version of the diana bracelet – amazonite color – has in turn spiced up the pretty wrists of this cheerfulness of life so specific to the home. A very natural sophistication infuses the pieces of this new collection placed under the signs of Mexico’s joie de vivre and the age of this triangle of the sun frequented by stars from around the world.

 

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