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Nearly 25 years ago, she was designing, assembling and fully crafting jewelry for her own brand. She taught herself to do all that on her own, dreaming that one day she would be able to perform such tasks for a House like CHANEL. She joined the Desrues team of stylists in 2009 and is now one of the “orchestra conductors” who coordinates the execution of orders from Desrues clients. “To be a stylist at a House like this one is not anything like what you might expect of the profession elsewhere. Here, in addition to an aesthetic sense – an eye and a taste for beauty –, you also must understand the technical side: the savoir-faire that each piece requires and the optimal way to make it identically reproducible, even if it is just a few centimeters in diameter. Desrues is a formidable war machine built to handle the demands of luxury brands. That is, I believe, the strength of the savoir-faire that it has protected and brought up to potential, gathering all its craftsmen under one roof for the love of its products. A word, an inspiration, a fabric: we must consider the piece that we intend to create, the techniques that we are going to use, and the order in which we will execute the steps, in a perpetual back-and-forth interaction with the various workshops.”