Casarosa is meant to be a sensitive and unique space – “a casa”, where you can hangout and shop mindfully curated pieces.
We also offer private appointments. We are available to meet you in our studio near Canal Saint Martin, Paris.
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Annie is a designer from Norway. Wearing her line jewelry is more about wearing objects, statement objects. Silver is her main material and with it, she takes the experimentation process of making jewelry into another level where light weight combined to wavy volumes defines a timeless modern style.
Crafted and established in Oslo, Norway.
Annabelle Jouot, french fashion editor for magazines and consultant for brands, was born in Paris where she resides. After graduating at Studio BerÃ§ot, she begins her career in fashion in 2000. Years ago, she discovers the work of Sheila Hicks and from that day, she turns obsessed with freeform weavings and fiber art. She starts to collect woven wall hangings, then she begins to create her own ones.Sheâ€™s known for waving geometrical forms and using touch of fluorescent colors. She is mainly inspired by modern art and vintage textiles from 50â€™s to 70â€™s.
AOKO SU is an American-made jewelry brand started by designer, Ashley Jerman in the Fall of 2012 // Libra golden season. Inspired by modern architecture, ancient culture in the Americas, and the designer’s contemporary urban aesthetic.
BLTN jewelry is designed and made by Sara Dudzinsky, she strives to create edgy but elegant jewelry and each piece is constructed by hand in her Portland OR based studio.
AurÃ©lie Dorard is a ceramicist living and working in Paris, France. She creates both earthenware and porcelain pieces in the vein of contemporary ceramics, between craftsmanship and art. She uses different techniques such as hand building, slip casting and throwing to produce her work.
Carolina MendonÃ§a is a carioca based multi-talented artist who explores textiles and organicÂ materials. Inspired by “sophistication versus simplicity”, Carolina finds inspiration on herÂ indigenous origins – and the natural beauty of the city where she lives, to create all kinds of decorative home goods.
GOUTTE DE TERRE
Each piece of Goutte de Terre, designed by RaphaÃ«l Schaltegger is unique and has its history: from the modeling, of his first moments in its basic form in Limoges to its transformation into a handmade jewelry or object madeÂ by the artist in his Studio based in Paris.
Laura Lombardi is a designer living and working in Brooklyn, New York. Her eponymous label was established in 2010, and has been featured in publications such as Vogue Italia, Vogue UK, Purple Fashion, Who What Wear Daily, Elle, Refinery29 and more . All items are proudly made by hand in New York City from new, recycled, and found materials.
Aude Durou, creative designer based in Paris,Â delivers her drawings to the Tuareg artisans community so that they realize the jewelry in the Sahara. Mostly of Â the resultÂ are architectural creations in silver, or bronze. Ombre Claire holds a charter of responsibility with its Nigerian employees and is distinguished as much for the work that Â on the sense of all responsible and ethical aspects.
Swiss designer Maheva Ambresin spent most of her time in Paris, France, working in various ends of the fashion spectrum, including as a clothing designer, a graphic artist, and as an art director. After moving to NY she realized she couldnâ€™t find the exact earrings she was dreaming of, and decided to make them herself. A few prototypes back and a couple of overnight Instagram fans later, RUE Jewelry was born. Each piece is handcrafted, either sold as single or
as deliberate mismatching pairs.
Regina Dabdab is a Brazilian designer based in Paris since 2005. She is influenced by Amazonian flora and fauna, concrete architecture of largest city in Latin America, her born Sao Paulo city as well as Natural History Museum aesthetics.Â Each of elements of the jewellery is unique, delicately studied, selected and manipulated with accuracy by colours, textures and shapes. It is all familiar and handmade in her stylish workshop in Paris.
Native from the north of France Justine is graduating from ESAAT and ESAA DupÃ©rrÃ©, she launched her eponym brand in 2010.The spirit of Justine Clenquetâ€™s jewellery is a mix between elegance, underground culture and a nostalgic hint of the nineties. She rethinks traditional symbols through her vision, using pale gold 24k and palladium. All her work is handmade in her studio in Roubaix, France.