Samuel Coraux

Delve into the colourful world of Parisian jeweller Samuel Coraux, whose dynamic abstract forms and divergent use of materials create bold showstopper pieces, catching the attention of aficionados worldwide. Idaretobe offer a range of statement designs every season.

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Samuel Coraux became a jewellery designer by chance. For a long time he worked in cinema, travelling the world producing and directing films. Then, one quiet day on a Normandy road, under the midday sun, his life was changed forever. He lost control of his convertible which rolled over. He saw the sky, the brightness of the sun, the green fields, the midnight blue of the asphalt - all the colours merged into one and time ceased to exist. Then everything stopped, the car was smoking and he was still alive !

Sometimes you need to stop the clock so you can start doing what you really want. And what he really wanted to do was explore the world of costume jewellery and to create drama in the wearer's life.

Samuel Coraux took all the colours he liked and started drawing necklaces. He realized he could work quickly and he is in a hurry ! Materials, colours, movement - his work is about controlled eccentricity.

Creation has no limits and Samuel uses all of his previous experiences as inspiration for his work - his life in London, his time in Japan, his life in Spain and all those days in Paris, the city where he now lives. His studio is near Republique in central Paris where the collections are made.

His discovery of Murano glass saw him create his first collection. He combined strong, clear colours with a simple design. Then he discovered plastic as a material with which to work, creating his ring collection.

Samuel Coraux wants his jewellery to be surprising and simple at the same time, to give people a smile in a world full of hustle & bustle.

Samuel's work is to be found in discerning shops around the world, including the shops at the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in the Louvre, the Centre Georges Pompidou and the Musee d'Art Moderne de Paris. His jewellery is worn by Berenice Bejot, the actress in The Artist, in the forthcoming film 'Au Bonheur des Ogres.'

Here at i dare to be, we offer a range of statement designs each season from Samuel Coraux. Team with our ranges of dresses, tops or knitwear to add a fantastic finishing touch to your outfit. If you enjoy the designs of Samuel Coraux then it's definitely worth exploring the jewellery styles from Jianhui London and accessories by Igor Dobranic

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